Adult 55+ Programs

Town of Caledon programs 

We offer a variety of recreation programs for Adults 55+ in Caledon. Our programs include games and activities such as pickleball, shinny, fitness classes and more. 

Did you know?
Adults 55+ receive a 20% reduced rate on programs and memberships. 

Community programs

Many community groups, clubs and non-profit organizations offer drop-in programs and activities across Caledon. Learn more 

Did you know?
Adults over the age of 55 are encouraged to get 150 minutes of moderate to high intensity level of exercise a week to maintain overall health and wellness. 

55+ Walking Track and Community Room/Lounge Access

Walking Track

Walking track access is free at both the Caledon Centre for Recreation and Wellness (CCRW) and Caledon East Community Complex (CECC) for residents 55+, under the following conditions:

  • CCRW – Walking track usage is free with a Caledon Seniors Centre membership. Contact the Seniors Centre for more information.
  • CECC – Walking track usage is free Monday to Friday from 11 a.m. to 4 p.m., Saturday and Sunday from 2 to 8 p.m.
  • To access the track outside of ‘free’ hours, paid admission or Walking Track membership is required.
Community Room/Lounge Access

Community room/lounge access is free, based on availability, daily from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. from September to June at the following facilities:

  • CCRW – 14111 Regional Road 50, Bolton (map)
  • CECC – 6215 Old Church Road, Caledon East (map)
  • Southfields Community Centre – 225 Dougall Avenue, Caledon (map)
  • Existing rental or programs in these spaces will take priority.
  • Only vacant rooms will be offered.
  • The purpose is for residents 55+ to congregate and socialize.
  • All organized associations, clubs, service clubs, third-party, non-profits and teams must book space through the Town’s rental process.
Rules for using these no-cost amenities
  • Patrons must check into Customer Service before accessing the track or rooms.
  • Individuals are not permitted to store personal items at the facility.
  • The Town is not responsible for the replacement of personal property.
  • No food or drink is to be prepared on site.


The following resources are provided by the Government of Canada on healthy and active living for older adults: