Bolton is Caledon's largest urban centre with a population of just under 30,000.
It is where you will find the largest concentration of shopping and restaurants and the only large hotel, the Hampton Inn and Suites.
Caledon East is a smaller community of approximately 5000. Explore gourmet food shops, check out Town parks and recreation facilities or walk the Caledon Trailway.
Just east of Airport Road on the trail you'll find the Trans Canada Trail Pavilion, a developing arboretum, extensive gardens, and Caledon's Walk of Fame.
Belfountain, a picturesque Hamlet on the Forks of the Credit Road.
The Road itself is scenic and fun to drive and upon arrival in Belfountain you'll discover a beautiful conservation area with historic sites, trails, and a swing bridge.
Cheltenham, a quaint hamlet, is named after the first settler in the area and grist mill owner, Charles Haines, who arrived in 1820. His birthplace was Cheltenham, England.
Visit the Cheltenham General Store, a historic, stone structure circa 1887 that still retains its century charm or stay overnight at the Top of the Hill B&B.
Alton was settled in the mid-1800s on the banks of Shaw's Creek (a tributary of the Credit River) and was a thriving industrial centre.
This small village in the northwest corner of Caledon maintains its historic charm and offers plenty to see (and eat).
In this small village north of Bolton you'll find a fantastic trail system at the Palgrave Forest and Wildlife Area, cafés, a restaurant, and the Caledon Pan Am Equestrian Park where you can see a world class equestrian event (yes, admission is free!).
A general store and a railway hotel are shown on the original village plan of 1883, the first two commercial enterprises to be built. Both buildings still stand today.
Find a treasure at the Inglewood General Store, or rent a bike (or showshoes, depending on the season) at Caledon Hills Cycling and head out on the Caledon Trailway.
Not to be confused with Caledon East, Caledon Village is located at the intersection of Highway 10 (Hurontario Street) and Regional Road 24 (Charleston Side Road).
Stop and take a second look: a couple of great restaurants, some unique shops, and live theatre make Caledon Village worth your while.