Settled circa 1820
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.
BFC Restaurant Café
The BFC-Restaurant located at the Brampton Flight Centre is a great spot for breakfast or lunch. There is lots of free parking and plenty of space for friends to gather - the BFC is even close to the trails for biking, hiking or flying! The atmosphere is unique with a view of the airport and small aircraft taking off and landing, if the winds are right.
Badlands Brewing Co.
Badlands Brewing Co. is an on-farm brewery in Caledon, Ontario. Specializing in IPAs, they've also got a deep affinity for farmhouse ales, crispy lagers and mixed fermentation sours. Since day one, they have believed in the same fundamentals: quality and freshness above all else. Visit the bottle shop or heated patio on Saturdays and grab a pint of local.
Belfountain Conservation Area
Belfountain Conservation Area is located on the Niagara Escarpment in the West Credit River Valley. This 32 acre property features a suspension bridge that spans a beautiful waterfall, a fountain, other historic structures and a connection to the Bruce Trail.
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.
Cheltenham General Store
The Cheltenham General Store is a small country shop located in the scenic village of Cheltenham Ontario. This historic, stone structure was built in 1887 by Fred Haines after a large fire tore through downtown Cheltenham destroying the businesses. Careful to retain its unique charm, the Judge family purchased and renovated the store in August 2008 creating a site for local patrons and tourist alike to enjoy the convenience of multiple services in one place - including accommodation.
Dixie Orchards offers a variety of pick your own apples available at different times throughout the season plus a large pick your own pumpkin patch. Their hazelnut orchard is a unique experience where you can learn how to pick your own nuts. The whole family will enjoy winding through the corn maze, watching the farm animals play, posing for a picture or enjoying a snack from the market.
Downey's Farm Market and Estate Winery
At Downey's Farm Market prides themselves in providing our customers with only the freshest, locally grown fruits and vegetables direct from the fields in Ontario. They grow their own strawberries, raspberries, sweet corn, squash, as well as the thousands of pumpkins that cover the market's front lawn every October. Check back often to see what's in season.
Heatherlea Farm Market
Heatherlea's mission is to raise and craft the highest quality artisan meats, meals, snacks and treats using clean ingredients and local products. An idea that grew from necessity to support the family farm has turned into a full-time shoppe that allows the McArthur family to share delicious, healthy, local, clean food with the larger community and visitors alike.
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.
Spirit Tree Estate Cidery
Spirit Tree Estate Cidery is a small, community-focused facility in Caledon. This environmentally-friendly property was a lifelong dream, designed and built with sustainability and practicality in mind. Enjoy a day at Spirit Tree surrounded by apple orchards, warmed by the fire in the central wood-burning oven, and excited by the possibilities that hand-crafted, artisanal cider, decadent baked goods and fine food products present.
Stephanie's Country Greenhouse
As an independent grower, Stephanie's Country Greenhouse takes pride in the flowers they grow, working to ensure that customers are provided with the strongest and healthiest plants possible. Specializing in growing unique planters, baskets and containers with exciting new varieties, Stephanie's also offers a huge selection of annual and perennial bedding plants, herbs and vegetables.
The Great War Flying Museum (GWFM)
The GWFM was founded in 1970 by a group of Brampton Flying Club members. All of the founders were pilots, mostly private but several airline pilots as well. Besides being pilots all absolutely loved aeroplanes and WW1 aeroplanes in particular. The GWFM opens on the Victoria Day long weekend in May and closes in mid Sept. following the grand annual Fly-in and air display. Everyone is welcome, weekends and holidays throughout our season. Bring your cameras, children and grandparents.