At Caledon Estates, you’re not just getting the home of your dreams. You’re joining one of the most desirable communities in the GTA, with amenities that will enrich your lifestyle in so many ways.
Caledon has been named "The Greenest Town in Ontario," an award granted by TVO in recognition of its environmental leadership. The Town takes a progressive approach to "green" leadership, working to preserve Caledon's natural beauty through sustainable lifestyles and development.
Offering the highest standards of education to children of all ages, the Caledon area has a broad range of public schools, from elementary schools for Kindergarten-Grade 8 to high schools for Grades 9-12, as well as Catholic, French Immersion and Montessori schools. Plus great daycare too.
Caledon enriches the lives of its residents with arts and culture. Enjoy live theatre put on by the Caledon Town Hall Players and Blackhorse Theatre, tour the heritage museum and shops at the Alton Mills Art Centre, or browse the galleries and studios offering the work of the areas many talented artists.
Mother Nature was generous when she created the Caledon area. Trails wind through its rolling countryside, there are conservation areas and botanical sanctuaries like the Plant Paradise Country Gardens, or paddle your canoe on Lake Gibson or the other bodies of water found in the area.
Savour year-round, farm-fresh goodness at Caledon’s smorgasbord of farmer’s markets, including those located right on the farms and offering pick-your-own fruits and vegetables. Or pick up a jug of apple cider at the Spirit Tree Estates Cidery or a bottle of wine at Downey’s Estate Winery.
Of course, Caledon offers retail chains from major supermarkets to big box stores but it’s the smaller shops that give the area its real character. Browse a variety of antique emporiums, jewellery stores, clothing boutiques and art studios, where you’ll find one-of-a-kind treasures of every description.
From cycling the trails to fishing on the Humber and Credit Rivers, get out and enjoy Caledon’s great outdoors. You can golf, go horseback riding at the Equestrian Park, rock climbing or ice skating at the Caledon Recreation Centre, even take flying lessons at the Brampton Flight Centre!
Caledon comprises a number of distinct villages, each with its own rich history and attractions. Bolton. Caledon East. Belfountain. Cheltenham. Alton. Palgrave. Inglewood. Caledon Village. With Caledon Estates’ easy access to Highways 27 and 400, you can pick a sunny day and plan a day trip to explore them all!
Caledon has established its own strong culinary reputation. Enjoy fine dining to mark those special occasions, take your pick from any number of casual family-friendly restaurants, join friends for a drink at one of the popular pubs, or just grab a quick bite at an array of diners and fast food places.
From summer concerts to fall festivals, the Caledon area is home to a number of well-attended annual events. Two of the most popular is just a few weeks away – the Craft Beer & Cider Festival on June 16th and Caledon Day on June 17th – so make plans to come out and get a taste of what Caledon is all about!