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James Dick Quarry

James Dick Quarry Caledon Village Ontario


A hidden gem in the Caledon Village, James Dick Quarry is a local beach destination located just off Highway 10 beside the Caledon Fairgrounds.

What once was a retired sand quarry became a flourishing beach hideout, thanks to a group of Caledon locals whose mission was to create better outdoor spaces more accessible to people within the area.

Now a bustling summer paradise for locals and visitors of Caledon Village, the beach offers its beautiful and clean waters for a fun summer swim, paddle boarding, and water sports, and soft sand perfect for beach volleyball or simply lying in the sun catching some rays!


User Review
2.89 (61 votes)

9 Responses

  1. Hello
    My name is Michael Pick

    My daughter Tessa and I are moving to Caledon Dec 1st

    We would love to get a membership to visit your beach..
    Please let me know what steps I need to take.

    Thank you

    1. “The swimming at the C3 James Dick Quarry includes a roped off area for families, that doesn’t get over two and a half feet deep, as well as roped off lanes for the athletic minded family members.” -

  2. Hi there, I am a local resident and would love to visit this beautiful beach.
    Just wondering if we need a membership for the month of July?

  3. Inquiring about the Quarry swim location and if I need to purchase a membership.
    Thank you, Samantha Simpson.

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