Caledon is best known for its spectacular landscape and dazzling topography. Caledon’s beauty stems from its two dominant landforms, the Niagara Escarpment and the Oak Ridges Moraine which converge in the Caledon Hills to form a landscape aesthetic that is unparalleled in the Greater Toronto Area.
Caledon is renowned for its unspoiled beauty and its abundance of conservation lands. In terms of size, Caledon is one of the largest municipalities in the Greater Toronto Area; however, it is predominantly rural, and has a very low population density.
The main urban centres in this town are: Bolton, Caledon East, Caledon Village, and Mayfield West. Caledon also includes numerous rural hamlets where time seems to have stood still in this unspoiled countryside.
Blue Heron in Caledon countryside.