Settled circa 1820
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).
This Village has been known as Raeburn's Corners, Charlestown, Charleston, Caledon, and lastly Caledon Village.
The community was first settled in the 1820s by Irish and Scottish emigrants of the Stubbs, Rayburn and Bell families. Learn more about the history of this Village and some of the great 19th century buildings by taking a stroll back in time with a Self-Guided Heritage Walking Tour.
Being at the intersection of two major roadways it would be easy to miss the gems in this Village, but take a second look - a couple of great restaurants, some unique shops, and live theatre make Caledon Village worth a stop.
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.
GoodLot Farmstead Brewing Co.
GoodLot Farm and Farmstead Brewing Co. is an organic hop farm and brewery in Caledon, Ontario. They make fresh, hyper-local farm-raised beer using ingredients grown on the farm or by other small Ontario Farmers. Stop in to the bottle shop or visit the beer garden from late spring to early fall and experience live music and local hospitality.
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!
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. Open spring, summer and fall.
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.
Caledon Townhall Players Theatre
The Caledon Townhall Players (CTHP) had their first performance of “Angels Unawares” in June 1962 in the Old Townhall, in the Village of Caledon. Subsequently, a series of short-term leases to continue use of the building were drawn up between CTHP and the Town of Caledon, and they have been presenting live theatre productions in that venue ever since. Enjoy live community theatre in the heart of Caledon!