Settled circa 1846
In 1869, postal authorities renamed Buckstown, the small village north of Bolton, to Palgrave. Today, if you are coming off the trails at the Palgrave Forest and Wildlife Area, you can grab a bite at Caledon Hills Brewing, visit the Caledon Pan Am Equestrian Park, or -- once you are refreshed -- take to the hills again at Albion Hills Conservation Area, which also offers swimming, hiking, fishing camping or RVing.
Caledon Hills Brewing Co.
Caledon Hills Brewing Co. is a bricks and mortar family-run operation where our brewmaster hand-crafts every batch, producing primarily German-style beers. Grab a 6-pack from the bottle shop, or stay for a pint and a meal in their beautiful church-turned-brewpub in Palgrave.
Cory Trepanier Art
Paintings inspired through intimate exploration of wild places. Each canvas embodies a desire to share the wonder Cory experiences in nature, in hopes that these brush strokes foster a deeper appreciation of our world and contemplation about the impacts we have on it.
Rock Garden Farms
A family run country market with strong local values, Rock Garden Farms has been proudly serving the community for 45 years. Quality is of the utmost importance and Rock Garden Farms offers the freshest produce daily, from beautiful flowers to fruits and vegetables. Open April 1 to October 31.
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.
Legacy Pines Golf & Social Club
Legacy Pines Golf and Social is a 9-hole golf course in Caledon, Ontario, set in the heart of an adult lifestyle community of Legacy Pines. Surrounded by the scenic pine forests of the Palgrave Conservation Area, Legacy Pines offers the intimacy of a private course with affordable rates for visitors and guests alike.
Inn on the Moraine
Nestled under a canopy of 150+ year old trees and the rolling hills of Caledon, the Inn is completely private and provides ample indoor and outdoor space to relax and enjoy nature, especially great for those who love 'birding'. With several outdoor sitting and dining areas, a pond and wildlife refuge, the Inn on the Moraine is ideal for getting back to the country...only 45 minutes away from Toronto.