City:Caledon

Caledonia Regional Chamber of Commerce

1 Grand Trunk Lane, PO BOX 2035, Caledonia, Canada, N3W 2G6
www.caledonia-ontario.com

Caledonia Tourist Information and Grand Trunk Railway Museum

Edinburgh Square Heritage and Cultural Centre

80 Caithness Street East, Caledonia, Canada, N3W 2G6
www.haldimandcounty.on.ca/residents.aspx?id=64

Built in 1857, Edinburgh Square Heritage & Cultural Centre, formerly the Caledonia Town Hall and Lock-Up, was designed by noted architect John Turner. Edinburgh Square Heritage & Cultural Centre presents the history of Caledonia through educational and ...

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Inn on the Moraine

15535 Mount Pleasant Road, Caledon, Canada
www.innonthemoraine.com

The Inn on the Moraine is a private retreat, located on 10 acres in the Town of Caledon, Ontario, Canada. As its name implies, the Inn is situated on the Oakridges Moraine, a geological feature noted for its water purity that is protected under the provin ...

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Oasis Drive-In

22 Argyle Street S, Caledonia, Canada, N3W1E5
www.oasisdrivein.ca

Canada's Oldest Drive-In Restaurant, The Oasis since 1927. Located in the heart of downtown Caledonia, a stone's throw from the Canadian Heritage Grand River. The Oasis is located at the South end of the famous Caledonia Bridge, the only 9-span bridge in ...

Plant Paradise Country Gardens - Botanical Garden & Org...

16258 Humber Station Road, Caledon, Canada, L7E 0Y9
www.plantparadise.ca

Located in the picturesque rolling hills of the Caledon countryside and only minutes from the Caledon Trailway (Trans Canada Trail), Albion Hills Conservation Area and the Palgrave Forest & Wildlife Area. Plant Paradise Country Gardens is a solar powered, ...

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Featured Cycling in Ontario

  • Simcoe County
    Simcoe County

    Whether you are an avid road cyclist, recreational rail trail fan or adventurous mountain biker, Simcoe County has a large variety of cycling routes and activities to fill first time visits and countless return trips. Centrally located, once you are in Simcoe County many quiet roadways connect smaller communities and larger centers. Simcoe County has a myriad of trails throughout the county, from abandoned rail lines to waterfront meanders, through many provincial parks and conservation areas. Connecting from one trail or road to another is not hard to do, making longer cross county tours from the beaches of Georgian Bay to the shores of Lake Simcoe an attractive possibility. Regardless of route there are plenty of opportunities to learn more about the rich agricultural and cultural heritage of the area, while enjoying the charm and comforts available throughout the County. Mountain bikers will not be disappointed, as there are number of well known and well maintained private trail facilities that host regular events and competitions, plus activities and clinics for beginners.

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  • Exploring the Niagara Region
    Exploring the Niagara Region

    Niagara is becoming known for cycling almost as much for wine. An incredible selection of bicycle routes and trails make this a popular destination for cyclists. Whether joining a tour or striking it on your own, there are short or multi-day trips to suit all levels. Meander between wineries through farmland, travel along rivers and lakes, or take advantage of acres devoted to mountain biking featuring the Escarpment. Plans for additional bike ways will help ensure that cyclists keep enjoying all Niagara has to offer. There is ample infrastructure to support cyclists, including signed routes, maps, and smartphone apps.

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  • Lanark County
    Lanark County

    Cycling in Lanark County is a popular cycling spot. An increasing number of cyclists are finding their way to the County for longer road rides, short touring loops, trail riding, special cycling events and tours. A number of mapped bicycle routes provide cyclists with the option of following quiet country roads, off-road trails, or the Rideau Canal heritage waterway. Lanark County’s proximity to Ottawa, Kingston and the Toronto–Montreal corridor enables cyclists to easily plan a route that will take them through scenic landscapes and into welcoming towns and inviting communities.

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