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Caledon
Discover what's on their table.


Spread over 700 square kilometres, Caledon occupies the southern reaches of the Headwaters tourism area. Visit Caledon for beautiful scenery, fresh air, and nature. Explore a little further and be delighted by what else you may discover. You’ll find culinary delights, exceptional chefs and menus boasting the freshest ingredients grown close to home.

From June to October, the Bolton Farmers’ Market provides a one stop shop for fresh local meats, fruits and vegetables and prepared meals – throw in a little entertainment and some great artisans and you’ve got the recipe for a good time!

For the beer and cider lover, Caledon’s craft beers are welcoming visitors at their hops farms and breweries. Award winning fruit wine and apple cider are also available from two authentic and beautiful farms.

Regardless of the time of year, farm fresh goodness is always in abundance in Caledon. Visit an on-farm market for the best in locally raised meats, fresh baked goods, preserves and more.

 


Our visit to the region – whether it’s for hiking, brewery hopping or visiting a farm – always includes a stop at Spirit Tree Cidery. Their farm shop is always stocked with artisan products, their bread rack overflowing with sourdough and their taps flowing with artisan cider made from apples grown on their farm. HOT TIP: Fridays are for wood-fired pizzas!

One of Ontario’s best butchers calls this area home. At Heatherlea Farm, they raise animals right and provide quality meats and produce to their customers through their farm store. The store also has an excellent lunch counter where you’ll find top notch grilled cheese, peameal sandwiches and more.

For a weekend away, nothing beats the Millcroft Inn & Spa. With an 100 acre landscape, great food and relaxing outdoor hot spring pools, this Caledon retreat is the elegant countryside escape you’ve been searching for.



Exploring the Region?

Here are a few great places to start.

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