Favourite hikes and wild places:

Forks of the Credit Provincial Park.   Quintessential Caledon landscape, with kettle lake, Credit River, and Cataract Falls.   Routes are anywhere from a 30 minute stroll to a 2 hour loop.  

Island Lake - a easy flat stroll around the lake.   7-9km 

Bruce Trail - runs through most of the area's back yard.

If you are looking for a book that captures most of the local hiking loops- Caledon's own Nicola Ross has a terrific book: Loops and Lattes.

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Browse the galleries and grounds of the  historic Alton Arts Mill. A beautiful old mill that has been restored to a hub of creative happenings.

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Sip some local, cider, wine and suds...

Goodlot Farmstead Brewing Company is worth a visit and if you can't make it to the farm, you will certainly be able to find them at a local pub or restaurant.

Heartwood Cidery - tasting room and farm tours.  Say "hi" to the orchard pigs.

Spirit Tree Estate Cidery

Bistro, Orchard and Farm Shop.  I suggest the Normandy Apple bread and pate.

Adamo Estate Winery - spectacular view of the Hockley Valley and great ambiance.

Caledon Hills Brewing Company - available at local pubs and restaurants and LCBO

Badlands Brewing Company-available at local pubs and restaurants and LCBO.

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We have some mad-skilled tourism marketers in the area that do a great job of seeking out the area's best experiences.  

Headwaters Tourism- event listings and in-depth trip planning.

In the Hills Magazine- feature articles on interesting local people, history, happenings and industry.   Great event listings.

Caledon Tourism- curated experiences and event listings.

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