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Visit Cheltenham

CheltenhamCheltenham was named by the first settler in the area and grist mill owner, Charles Haines, who came in 1820. His birthplace was Cheltenham, England.

This quaint little hamlet is worth the stop, be sure to visit the Cheltenham General Store, a historic, stone structure circa 1887 that still retains its century charm.

Just north of Cheltenham on Boston Mills Road you'll find Spirit Tree Estate Cidery, this not-to-be-missed stop is sure to entice you with fresh baked goods and local products. Take a tour, grab a bite and taste some delicious cider.

If golf is your thing the nearby Caledon Country Club offers a beautiful 18 hole course and restaurant.

Access the Caledon Trailway off of Creditview Road, or take in some fishing at the Ken Whillans Resource Management Area (fishing poles available to rent).

Wondering about the history of this Hamlet and some of the great 19th century buildings? Take a stroll back in time with a Self-Guided Heritage Walking Tour.