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COVID-19 Considerations

The Town of Caledon is presently in Stage 2 of recovery from the COVID-19 virus. During this time, most of our tourism businesses and destinations are open with restrictions in place for the health and safety of visitors and employees.

If you are planning on coming to Caledon we highly recommend that you pre-book any accommodations and pre-plan your visit with any businesses to confirm all potential restrictions.

As you come to Caledon to visit we request that you maintain the directives of our health authorities and observe the following four core actions to help our communities stay safe and thrive:

  1. Stay apart  Maintain 2-metres distance from everyone outside your safe social circle.
  2. Lather up  Wash your hands often with soap and water or use hand sanitizer.
  3. Mask up  Wear a non-medical mask where masks are mandatory or when maintaining physical distancing is difficult.
  4. Get tested  If you think you might have COVID-19 or have been exposed to it you should get tested. While waiting for test results, stay home, self-isolate and prevent potential spread.


Additional parking restrictions remain in effect in Caledon, particularly in normally popular tourist destinations such as the village of Belfountain, the Cheltenham Badlands and the Forks of the Credit Road.


There is an enhanced presence from Caledon OPP, Conservation Authorities and Town of Caledon Municipal Law Enforcement Officers to enforce parks closures, trespassing and parking/traffic orders. 


During the present time, groups of 10+ people are not permitted to congregate, as per the Emergency Management and Civil Act.


Most parks and conservation areas are open.  Please click on the links below to find out what areas are open and any restrictions.  Washrooms are now open at the Forks of the Credit Provincial Park or most Conservation Areas.

Most of the Bruce Trail is open.  Please click here for our Parks and Conservation Areas Page or the links below to Ontario Parks and Caledon's conservation authorities.

Forks of the Credit Provincial Park

Credit Valley Conservation

Toronto Region Conservation Authority.