Caledon provides a beautiful escape for couples looking to enjoy a romantic getaway surrounded by immense natural beauty. Those visiting Millcroft Inn & Spa can seamlessly combine luxury and indulgence with the rolling Ontario countryside. Head out on any of the trails detailed below any season and tap into the undiluted serenity of Caledon, Ontario.
Best Hiking Trails in Caledon
The Town of Caledon is a hiker’s dream. With more than 200 km of walkable trails that can be enjoyed all year round, Caledon is an idyllic place to get active while getting swept away in the beauty of the region. The Caledon Trailway includes the Humber and Credit Rivers as well as various highlights inherent in the robust landscape of the Niagara Escarpment.
Millcroft Inn & Spa Walking Trails
Did you know that Millcroft Inn and Spa offers magnificent walking and hiking trails that are accessible right from the Millcroft property? Venture out and experience 3 great jogging and running routes, as well as 7 different nature trails. With difficulty levels ranging from easy, to difficult, guests are encouraged to enjoy the trails and lush greenery – no matter what their hiking experience may be.
Accessible from the Millcroft Inn & Spa – Trail Map
Forks of the Credit
Forks of the Credit is a Provincial Park that is the perfect place for nature lovers to visit. Hike along the water surrounded by towering trees and lush greenery. Dependent on the level of exertion you are searching for, there are a few different elevations you can embark on. Best of all, Forks of the Credit Park is just minutes from your accommodations at Millcroft Inn & Spa.
Located 10km from Millcroft Inn and Spa – Trail Map
Cheltenham Badlands Trail
Discover a completely unique natural characteristic of Caledon while exploring the aptly named badlands. Here you will find a geologic phenomenon that involves soft rock devoid of vegetation that has formed rolling hills, peaks and valleys – all a unique reddish brown colour.
Located 18km from Millcroft Inn & Spa – Trail Map
Glen Haffy Conservation Area
Tranquility has a home in the Glen Haffy Conservation Area. Enjoy the local flora and fauna while listening to the revitalizing sound of a babbling brook. Several ponds and green trails make this Niagara Escarpment trail a favourite with tourists and locals alike.
Located 22km from Millcroft Inn & Spa – Trail Map
Palgrave Trail offers slightly more rigorous inclines but is definitely still manageable for the vast majority of hikers. Gigantic pines hug this trail, creating a real sense of awe and humility during your hike.
Located 33km from Millcroft Inn & Spa – Trail Map
Terra Cotta Lane at Terra Cotta Conservation Area
There are several hiking loops at Terra Cotta Conservation Area, ranging from just over two kilometres up to nearly six. In addition to its lush marsh and picturesque views, the range of these trails make it well-suited to those looking for a leisurely stroll through to hikers who wish to pursue more exhilarating exercise.
Located 33km from Millcroft Inn & Spa – Trail Map
Albion Hills Blue Trail & Conservation Area
Great for hikers of any ability, including families with kids, Albion Hills offers a dozen different trails you can embark on. With a lake at the heart of the conservation area, these well-maintained trails are pet- and stroller-friendly. Beautifully diverse, especially in the fall and summer months, this area is perfect for seeing all that Caledon’s wildlife has to offer.
Located 35km from Millcroft Inn & Spa – Trail Map
Fishing in Caledon
Flyfishing at Glen Haffy Conservation Area
If you love to fish, you will be over-the-moon to spend your morning flyfishing at Glen Haffy Conservation Area where the fishing ponds are stocked full of rainbow trout. Great for beginners or longtime fishing enthusiasts, Glen Haffy is the perfect place to try the luck of your line while sitting peacefully amidst an idyllic view.
Best Golf Courses in Caledon
When you decide to make the short drive to Caledon, be sure to pack your golf clubs. The Niagara Escarpment plays host to a number of beautiful golf courses that have attracted those who love the game from all around the region. The following courses are where you can tee off and take in the natural richness of the Headwaters Golf Trail.
The Caledon Country Club
The Caledon Country Club is an immaculately maintained 18-hole golf course. Play along lush fairways complete with water features and superb treelined green spaces.
Glen Eagle Golf Club
Since 1962, the Glen Eagle Golf Club has been welcoming Ontario golfers to its 27-hole courses. Designed by golf enthusiast and architect Rene Muylaert, this course plays into the beauty of the Albion Hills and offers varying levels of challenge to its players.
Hockley Valley is an 18-hole championship course that pays homage to the natural beauty of southern Ontario by leaving much of it undisturbed. Curated to test the golfers who visit, this invigorating course will impress as much as it challenges you.
Shelburne Golf and Country Club
Located on the western edge of the Niagara Escarpment, Shelburne Golf and Country Club caters to long-range golfers who aren’t afraid to play through a variety of sand bunkers and spring-fed ponds.
When you step out onto the first hole, Woodington Lake will absolutely wow you. This 36-hole golf facility is one of Ontario’s finest and most respected places to live out your love of the game.
Book a Relaxing Getaway to Caledon with the Millcroft Inn & Spa
Millcroft Inn & Spa demonstrates its reverence for the incredible natural wonder of Caledon in everything we do. From our spa treatments through to our dining experiences and design of our hotel, you will immediately recognize we have built our luxury hideaway as an homage to the Niagara Escarpment.
Book your stay with us during any season and see why we continue to be one of the most sought-after locations for nature and golf enthusiasts alike. We look forward to helping you curate a getaway that enhances your appreciation for the flavours, adventure and revitalizing properties inherent in Caledon.