Posted : April 5, 2016
Our blog is chock full of great ideas for fun things to see and do in York Durham and Headwaters. We are always adding new content and updating old posts, but sometimes you might stumble upon something from our vault. If this article has inspired you to hit the road, be sure to double-check that the featured stops in this post are still welcoming visitors.
Nestled between the Credit and Humber rivers, Caledon is a charming town. With a relatively newer history, the town and area surrounding it are full of fun activities to partake in. Here is Central Counties Tourism’s the top 10 things to do in Caledon, Ontario.
Visit this themed-room shop and find something for everyone. Women’s fashion, accessories, local food products and an organic selection as well, there’s unique gifts waiting for you!
Find peace within the walls of Headwaters Wellness. A spa specializing in Yoga and Meditation, with RMTs and Osteopaths on site, all what ails you will melt away.
This is one of those perfect stumble-upon places, except now you’ll know about it beforehand! A great selection of baked goods and other fantastic treats – make sure to get some extra for the way home.
Gain a deeper sense of appreciation for the First World War and get an extensive lesson on the aviation of that time. Kids will love it, and you will too!
Up your game and opt for a day (or two) of luxury. The Millcroft Inn and Spa in Caledon is the perfect weekend getaway, with fine dining, spa services, and a serene, peaceful environment.
Known for it’s “great Canadian hospitality” Albion Orchards & Country Market is a guaranteed good time. From picking fresh, crisp apples right off the tree to getting your hands on some of the finest raw honey and maple syrup in the area, it’ll be worth the trip!
A restored old mill, the Alton Mill Arts Centre is now a thriving community centre, with art being its focus. Discover works in clay, glass, and wood, tour the heritage building and go for a hike in the woods. The courtyard also serves as a perfect wedding venue.
Gastronomy lives here – with fresh cider, baked goods, farm store and kitchen, the Spirit Tree Estate Cidery is a community-focused facility in Caledon that brings you award winning cider from the surrounding apple orchards. You have to see it to believe how amazing it is.
Spring is a time for fresh blooms, and nothing says florals like Plant Paradise Country Gardens. A stroll through these botanical gardens will really have you appreciating nature and those with a cultivated green thumb.
Get the full farm experience at Cadogan Farm Adventures. Here, you can glamp, trek, ride horses and send the kids off to summer camp. Sounds ideal right?
These top 10 things to do in Caledon make for the perfect restorative weekend. Contact Central Counties Tourism for more information.