Nature Trails near Caledonia, Ontario

Caledonia, Ontario is a picturesque community situated on the banks of the Canadian Heritage Grand River. Nestled in between Lake Ontario and Lake Erie,it is the perfect spot for a peaceful vacation, or a weekend of rest and relaxation. This picturesque community also offers a variety of fantastic community events which provide excitement to visitors and residents.

Just 15 minutes South of Hamilton Ontario on Highway 6, this community provides all the amenities of city living while maintaining its one of a kind small-town atmosphere.

Whether you plan to move to, are visit or vacation here, or are looking for an opportunity to explore your own back-yard, there's something for everyone in beautiful Caledonia, Ontario!

Some of Ontario's best hiking trails and nature trails are near Caledonia.

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Binbrook is home to the Lake Niapenco reservoir, the largest inland lake in the Niagara Watershed. Well known as a “hot spot” for fishing, Binbrook Conservation Area also plays host to annual fishing derbies. Other facilities that can be found at Binbrook include a...


When completed, this 15-kilometre abandoned rail corridor linking Hamilton with Caledonia will become part of the Niagara branch of the Trans Canada Trail. It will also be connected to the Caledonia-to-Dunnville rail trail. Approximately 12 kilometres have been...

Gypsum Mine Tract

Gypsum Mine Tract Connects in Caledonia to the Chippewa trail in the west. The Tract runs off-road east to Haldimand Road #9 then on-road south on #9 to Highway 54 in York. Users can then join the off-road Rotary Riverside Trail to head west back to Caledonia or...

Rotary Riverside Trail

Rotary Riverside Trail Designated as part of the Trans Canada Trail System, this trail is approximately 6 km of scenic Grand River country, suitable for nature walks, hiking and cycling. Parking at Seneca Park. Link to trail...

Ruthven Park National Historic Site

5 walking trails make discovering nature at Ruthven Park National Historic Site fun and easily accessible. Each trail offers a unique opportunity to view the scenery and get an insight of the flora and fauna found on the property. And situated in a rural landscape,...