Caledonia is a small riverside community and former town located on the Grand River in Haldimand County, Ontario, Canada. Haldimand County is in the western part of the Niagara Peninsula, and had a population of 43,280 in 2001. The current mayor of Haldimand County is Ken Hewitt; Caledonia is within Ward 3 of Haldimand County. The Councillor elected for Ward 3 is Craig Grice. As of September 2006, there are approximately 4,000 households in the community of Caledonia. Caledonia is located at the intersection of Highway 6 and Haldimand Highway 54 (within the town, these streets are called Argyle Street and Caithness Street respectively) on the Grand River. On Highway 6, the town is 10 km south of Hamilton and 10 km north of Hagersville. On Haldimand Highway 54, the town is 15 km east of Brantford, Ontario and 10 km west of Cayuga, Ontario.
Caledonia on the Canadian Heritage Grand River, just south of Hamilton, Ontario on Highway 6, where historic landmark buildings and a scenic towpath trail lead to a park setting by the Caledonia Dam. Where boutique gift and craft shops offer a delightful shopping experience. Where Caledonia's nine-span arched bridge crosses the Grand River to link a fast growing community. Whether you want to spend the whole day or stop for a few hours on your way to a neighbouring community, Caledonia has what you're looking for. Caledonia's parks provide residents and visitors alike with a place to enjoy sports, fishing, hiking, swimming, picnicking and birdwatching.