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Equestrians





We live in horse country, only 50km from downtown Toronto but a totally different world. Situated along the rolling hills of King Township and Caledon are farms, horse ranches, orchards, and nature parks, many in the protected region of the Oak Ridges Moraine.

Caledon Equestrian Park in Palgrave, Ontario is the world-class competition venue for 16 of the most prestigious equestrian events in Canada with accommodations for nearly 1,000 horses and 5 international competition rings. Competitors and attendees of these events stay choose to stay at 20 Bells Lake B&B for these reasons:

  • The park is 17mins drive from our B&B
  • Extra capacity to accommodate a small team of people in our spacious suites
  • We bag their breakfasts to-go
  • Extra comfortable beds
  • Large common lounge area and patio for socials after a long day
  • Excellent dining places and pubs just 5-10 mins drive

Canada’s largest horse community occupies the Caledon/King corridor. Populated by a number of breeding and training ranches, equestrian professionals, trainers, and trainees come to horse country all year. These are some of the farms and ranches in town:

  • Schickedanz Ranch
  • Zander Farm
  • Rexlea Jerseys
  • Beesley Farms
  • Spring Creek
  • Raynham Stables
  • Foxwood Hill
  • Winsong Farm
  • Perry Farms
  • J. M. Stritzl Stables
  • Hawk's Court
  • NobleHill Farm
  • Little Acres
  • Winslow Farms
  • BTN Nurseries
  • Pedigree Farms

“Thanks for making us a home away from home. The girls loved your breakfast-to-go every morning before the horse show. Hope to be back again soon.”

Gayle, Victoria, and Taylor
(from our guest book, May 2010)

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