Peel Region


Peel is one of the four Ontario regions that are part of the Greater Toronto Area (GTA). And although this site is not covering major centres because so many other sites do an exceptional job, there are cultural and recreation destinations in Caledon, Mississauga and Brampton that would be a shame to exclude in this site as part of an excursion or extended stay in Ontario.

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Annual Events

The main festivals include:
. March – Downey’s Farm Easterfest
. April – Spring Craft and Vendor Show

Attractions & Entertainment

Alton / Caledon / Peel Region
Gallery / Cafe / Museum
Built on the banks of Shaw’s Creek, this national-award-winning heritage building is home to some 25 studio artists, galleries, a heritage museum, café and unique shops, with an the industrial-chic ambiance.
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Rest & Relax

Alton / Caledon / Peel Region
Inn / Spa
Located in the rolling hills of Caledon and surrounded by gallery and boutique rich villages, with an iconic restaurant overlooking a picturesque millpond, a renowned spa facility.
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Key Locations

. Caledon, which also includes the following communities (Albion, Alloa, Alton, Belfountain, Boston Mills, Brimstone, Caledon, Caledon East, Caledon village, Campbell’s Cross, Castlederg, Cataract, Cedar Meadows, Cedar Mills, Cheltenham, Claude, Coulterville, Ferndale, Forks of the Credit, The Grange, Humber, Humber Grove, Inglewood, Kilmanagh, Lockton, Mayfield West, Macville, Melville, McLeodville, Mono Mills, Mono Road, New Glasgow, Palgrave, Queensgate, Rockside, Rosehill, Sandhill, Silver Creek, Sleswick, Sligo, Snelgrove, Stonehart, Taylorwoods, Terra Cotta, Tormore, Valleywood and Victoria)
. Mississauga
. Brampton

Visit the Official Regional Site of Peel Region