Visit Caledon to get outside, unplug and reconnect.
Brampton Flight Centre
The Brampton Flight Centre is owned and operated by the Brampton Flying Club. The BFC is an innovative, thriving, member-owned organization that strives for excellence in the products and services offered. The high quality flight training programs taught by Transport Canada licensed flight instructors have provided pilots the skills and knowledge to enable them to achieve their flying goals.
Explore one of the most recognizable and visited natural heritage landmarks in southern Ontario. Experience this geological gem that was first formed at the base of an ancient sea over 450 million years ago. Enjoy the view from an accessible boardwalk, education and interpretive signs, trails and the beautiful backdrop of nature.
Dick's Dam Park
Rustic park on the Humber River, with three beach volleyball courts, seasonal portalet, parking and picnic area. A regulation soccer field is accessed from Hickman Street. Features also include Peace Park within the main park, and a playground accessed by foot bridge over the river. A path with limestone screenings surface goes around the park perimeter. Nearby access to the Humber Valley Heritage Trail.
Forks of the Credit Provincial Park
Forks of the Credit Provincial Park, located in Caledon, Ontario, Canada, is part of the Ontario Parks system and is part of the Niagara Escarpment biosphere. The park is on the Bruce Trail. The Credit River runs through the park. Other notable features of the park include a kettle lake and talus slope.
Glen Haffy Conservation Park
Find tranquility at Glen Haffy Conservation Park. Fish at ponds stocked with rainbow trout, or hike serene trails through mature forests that wind along the Niagara Escarpment and Oak Ridges Moraine. Glen Haffy is also home to many great mountain biking trails and picnic areas!
Ken Whillans Resource Management Area
Connect with nature as you explore warmwater fish habitat and wetland communities. Whether you’re a beginner or experienced angler, enjoy warm weather fishing fun with family and friends at this park. See and hear a variety of birds, enjoy the view of the Devils Pulpit or skip over to enjoy a hike on the Caledon Trailway.
Palgrave Forest Wildlife Area
Palgrave Forest and Wildlife Area (PFWA) is a 306-hectare greenspace located in Peel Region. The property supports a diversity of primarily forest vegetation communities, as well as and flora and fauna species. PFWA is a popular recreation destination on the Oak Ridges Moraine for its varying landscapes of forests, meadows, watercourses, wetlands and ponds.
Rusty Jade Ranch
Rusty Jade Ranch is dedicated to encouraging individuals to be present and mindful, with the help of nature and animals. Kelly Solowka founded Stable Relations as a Western Riding school in 2000 and remains the heart and soul of the organization. Currently, Stable Relations has 24 quarter horses, most of which are used in lessons and on trail rides. Kelly’s intuitive understanding of her horses is extraordinary which allows her to match a rider with the horse most suited to their needs. She is just as comfortable teaching young children who have never ridden before as she is with training adults who have had much experience with horses. Book a trail ride or riding lesson today!
Teen Ranch is a sprawling ranch property offering 4-season activities such as horseback riding, hockey, skating, summer camps and other specialized events. With many different styles of accommodations and meeting rooms to suit a variety of needs, Teen Ranch is also a fantastic place for group events and retreats. Book a riding lesson or trail ride with an experienced instructor, and hit the trails today!
Terra Cotta Conservation Area
Explore 485 acres in the Niagara Escarpment. The park features a variety of trails that wander through mature forests and past streams and ponds. Don’t forget to visit the wetland. Under the summer sun, enjoy a picnic and discover outdoor fun with your family and friends. In winter plan a trip to cross-country ski and snowshoe on groomed trails or skate on a frozen pond. Don’t be surprised if you see white-tailed deer bounding in the woods or hear the sounds of pileated woodpeckers in the trees.