Settled circa 1821
Bolton is Caledon's largest urban centre with a population of just under 30,000. It is where you'll find the largest concentration of shopping and restaurants and the only large hotel, the beautiful Hampton Inn.
Downtown Bolton (at King and Queen St) is where the Village started - once known as Bolton Mills - named after George and James Bolton who built the first water-powered grist mill in 1822 on the Humber River. A number of the historic buildings remain.
Grab a meal or an ice cream and stroll along the river on the Humber Valley Heritage Trail or make your way up to Dick's Dam Park, a scenic gem.
Wondering about the history of this Village and some of the great 19th century buildings? Take a stroll back in time with a 'Self-Guided Heritage Walking Tour.'
Forster's Book Garden
Mom & Pop owned and operated Bookstore (and gifts) since 1998. BOOKS for ALL ages from bestsellers to more obscure titles. Sidelines include Unique Gifts, games, puzzles, toys, candles, funny socks, locally produced items and Zero-Waste products. We even rent DVDs. Gift Certificates also available.Enjoy our homey atmosphere and our suggestions. We read what we sell!
Artful Caledon is Caledon Public Library’s (CPL) creative initiative for expression of visual, literary, music and performing arts. It offers spaces for local creatives of all ages to promote their works both in-person and virtually. Experience Caledon’s artists, authors and musicians at one of CPLs seven branches, participate in workshops and special events and visit the virtual platform; it is a great way to enjoy, learn and connect. Email us at email@example.com with any questions.
The Vineyard Jamaican Restaurant
The Vineyard Jamaican Restaurant is a traditional Jamaican restaurant serving traditional Jamaican dishes! Using authentic recipes, Vineyard ensures every bite is like a mini trip to the Caribbean. Come and try outstanding dishes and enjoy the atmosphere! Grab an order of the Brown Stew Fish Meal, the Ackee and Saltfish Meal, or try soups like Red Pea Soup, or Goat Head Soup.
Dine at Symposium Cafe Restaurant and Lounge Bolton and you’ll see why they’ve been voted a Bolton community favourite. Open seven days a week - offering complete menu dining options including full service breakfast and brunch (served daily until 4 p.m.), mouth-watering desserts, burgers, seafood, steaks, sandwiches, vegetarian fare and rotating daily specials.
Mercato Fine Foods
Mercato Fine Foods is a specialty foods store located in the quaint town of Caledon, Ontario. This family-run business specializes in rustic and fine Italian breads, gourmet cakes, fine pastries and traditional cookies. Mercato Fine Foods also provides deli meats and gourmet cheeses from around the world, specialty oils, vinegars and preserves as well as olives, pastas and an assortment of fine foods for any occasion.
Mayfield Golf Club
Established in 1978 with a modest six holes, Mayfield now offers three unique courses that provide distinct golfing experiences and a variety of challenges for every level of golfer. When the wind picks up, the courses really show their teeth and require creative shot making to post a good score. Pro lessons, order-ahead eats and sweeping vistas make this club a one-stop shop for a great golf experience.
Hampton Inn and Suites
Our Bolton hotel is right off Highway 50. Caledon Equestrian Park is a 20-minute drive away, and we're surrounded by areas of natural beauty, such as Humber Valley Heritage Trail and Nashville Conservation Reserve. We have an indoor pool, fitness center, and event space for up to 200 guests. Perks include a free hot breakfast and WiFi.
Glen Echo Nurseries
Glen Echo Nurseries has knowledgeable staff that can help make any of your gardening needs come true in a welcoming, friendly and enjoyable atmosphere. One of the premier garden centres in Ontario situated on over 35 acres, Glen Echo Nurseries is a leader in the garden centre industry - explore the endless possibilities for your own garden paradise.
Glen Eagle Golf Club
Glen Eagle Golf Club opened in 1962 and has been a favourite destination for Ontario golfers for over 50 years. Steeped in tradition, Glen Eagle is a 27-hole facility situated in the beautiful Albion Hills that was designed by renowned golf course architect Rene Muylaert. The clubhouse features a full service restaurant, two elegantly appointed banquet rooms, and spacious men’s and ladies locker facilities. Located 30 minutes northwest of Toronto on the outskirts of Bolton Ontario, Glen Eagle Golf Club is public golf at its finest.
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.
Crock A Doodle
Enjoy the fun of pottery painting in a bright and cheerful studio. A special place to gather with family and friends for art activities and every day fun, this studio welcomes people of every age and ability, all day long. Crock-a-doodle also offers kids birthday parties, ladies nights, team building and corporate events.