Welcome to Caledon and Orangeville 

Less than one hour’s drive northwest of Toronto lies the picturesque Town of Caledon and the town of Orangeville. With rolling hills and lush greenery, the area is a sanctuary for wildlife and perfect for outdoor recreation. Or you can sample the fine dining, live theatre and exceptional shopping experiences both have to offer. From hiking and biking along the many trails including the Trans Canada Trail, Bruce Trail, Mono Cliffs, Island Lake, to downhill skiing at the Caledon Ski Club or Hockley Valley, or golfing at one of the many fine courses, the opportunities are endless and right at your doorstep. For those days you would rather spend indoors, there are recreational facilities, live theatres and cinemas, and unique shopping. Or perhaps try one of the many renowned restaurants for tasty local fare.

Living up here, you can maintain your privacy but also enjoy the company of others. The friendly nature of neighbours and people in the community is something to experience. Whether you pass a lifelong friend or complete stranger on the street, you will likely be greeted with the same enthusiasm, warmth and welcome.
Voted the Safest Community in Canada by MacLean's magazine, Caledon is the perfect place to raise children. They can play in the park, join a sports team or community group and build their independence while you keep your peace of mind. The same is true for Orangeville. It maintains the small town vibe while having big city facilities. Once the kids reach the post secondary age, they can easily commute to numerous schools, including the University of Toronto, York University, the University of Guelph and Humber College- Humber even has a faculty in Orangeville for those that choose to stay close to home. For the business-minded, both Caledon and Orangeville offer opportunities for start-ups and industrial, residential and commercial spaces for you to conduct your business. 
If you work in Toronto, no problem! While Caledon and Orangeville are removed from the hustle and bustle of the big city, they are still easily accessible. You can be in your seats at the Dome or the ACC in under an hour from your front door. Additionally, Pearson International Airport, Canada’s main hub for international travel is just 30 minutes south.

If you want to know more, please give me a call. I have been a resident of Caledon for 24 years and will happily tell you about all this wonderful area has to offer.