A short drive away from Brampton, the town of Caledon brings visitors a rich history combined with arts, culture, and heritage, in addition to natural beauty. Major natural features as the Oak Ridges Moraine and the Niagara Escarpment as well as the scenic Humber and Credit river valleys green spaces and productive agricultural land of this region create some of the most beautiful scenery in the GTA.
Every rural back road, from Mulmur to Terra Cotta, is a potential scenic drive and a chance to sample the magnificent landscapes. Century homes, schoolhouses and historic buildings rejuvenated into galleries and studio spaces offer a glimpse of the proud heritage of this region. Along with world-class restaurants, professional theatre, museums and unlimited recreational possibilities, the region embodies a unique beauty.
For those who enjoy outdoor activities, the Town of Caledon offers downhill skiing, golfing at any of their nine golf courses, swimming, fishing, horseback riding, camping and an expansive trial system which includes the Bruce Trail, the Trans-Canada Way and the Humber Valley Heritage Trail. These trails offer people the choice of hiking, biking and cross-country skiing.
The Town of Caledon is home to some of Canada’s premier horse breeding farms, coaching and training facilities, riding schools, boarding stables, equestrian ranches and a wide range of equestrian events. The upcoming 2015 Pan Am Games equestrian events will be hosted in this region so mark you calendars and plan to join them at the Caledon Equestrian Park for these world-class events.
For those who like browsing and finding that special one of a kind item, the Town of Caledon has a great selection of Antique and Gift Shops. While driving through the countryside, you can discover the quant villages that are located throughout the hills of Caledon. Each of the 12 villages have a character and charm of their own. The unique rolling country hills, combined with the friendliness of the community capture the warm and attraction that is Caledon.
In spring 2014, visitors and residents celebrated some of the area’s culinary delights during A Taste of Maple. This event replaced the ever-popular Winterfeast for this year, and instead of prix-fixe menus at participating restaurants, patrons were able to partake of a variety of maple “tastes” in restaurants, bakeries, confectionaries, or at a number of regional maple-themed events. Stay tuned for A Taste of the Harvest: Friday, October 17th to Sunday, November 2nd, 2014.
Just a short drive from this scenic and multifaceted region will be the home of Mosaik Homes newest development in upper east side of Brampton – Vales of Humber. This impressive community is close to all of life’s amenities while backing onto endless trails of serene ravines and offering lavish living spaces both inside and out. Exceptionally designed executive homes coupled with a tranquil atmosphere gives this highly sought after neighbourhood an ideal setting for your family to live and grow. For further details go to: http://mosaikhomes.com/brampton-community-valesofhumber.php