Where city amenities meet country living
When you live at SouthFields you have the best of all worlds. You can walk to village amenities. Neighbours meet as they stroll to the village retail area. Kids can walk to school and families can spend time together. Biking and hiking on miles of trails. Playing at the park. Exploring nature at the pond. You're close to everything and connected to the people in your bustling community.
And right around the corner from SouthFields are all the modern city amenities of Brampton, while just down the road you'll discover the irreplaceable outdoor destinations, farmers markets and quaint country stores that define the independent Caledon lifestyle.
Park, Pond and Trails... Perfect!
The heart of SouthFields is the village park where children play, moms meet for a chat, dogs walk - even dads play too. In winter, the parkside pond is perfect for skating. Whether you hike, bike or enjoy a leisurely stroll, join other SouthFields villagers and explore multi-purpose trails now under construction in SouthField Village that will connect to the Etobicoke Creek Trail.
Caledon is famed for its spectacular topography created by the convergence of the Oak Ridges Moraine with the Niagara Escarpment. Much of the area has maintained its unspoiled beauty and residents renew themselves in their love of outdoor pursuits such as hiking Caledon's over 260 kms of multi-purpose public trails, riding their horse along The Caledon Trailway, picnicking beside The Forks of the Credit and camping at Albion Hills. The 800 km Bruce Trail, Canada's oldest and longest hiking trail traverses Caledon, meandering from Mono Centre to Cheltenham area.