3 Days Adult Kamp & Yoga Retreat in Caledon, Canada

  • Forks of the Credit Inn, 1498 Cataract Road, Caledon, Ontario L7K 1N9, Canada

Meditation and Yoga Retreats Canada

Take a short trip from the city and feel like you're in cottage country. Join this adult adventure yoga summer camp in Caledon and enjoy the Forks of the Credit Provincial Park at your doorstep, connecting with nature. Enjoy daily yoga practice, hikes in the park, bonfires, coaching sessions, healthy meals, and a talk by a special guest. Off-site excursions will take you to the Alton Mill Arts Center, Spirit Tree Estate Cidery, and other local Caledon attractions.


  • Daily yoga sessions
  • Guided meditation sessions
  • Trips to Alton Mill and Spirit Tree Cidery
  • Hikes in Forks of the Credit Provincial Park
  • Daily breakfast, lunch, dinner, and drinks
  • Bonfires and coaching sessions
  • 2 nights accommodation
  • 3 days with instruction
  • English
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The historic Forks of the Credit Inn was built in 1855 and is located in the quaint hamlet of Cataract, Caledon. The building was a general store through the early 1900’s, a speakeasy during prohibition, and a restaurant in the 80’s and 90’s. Recently renovated and revitalized, the building has come full circle and is once again a boutique inn and new yoga retreat in the beautiful Caledon Hills.

Come and see this historic landmark and the beautiful area that surrounds it. Accommodation includes shared triple room, semi-private, and private rooms.


This is a large classic room, with a desk and separate sitting area. Relax in the large bathtub and appreciate the views of the garden area. Book this room as separate twin extra large beds or as one king-sized bed plus a pull-out love seat to sleep three. Features include en-suite bathroom, flat screen TV with cable, and free Wi-Fi.


This is a dark and sexy room, with a glass shower with privacy curtain that overlooks the room. You can fold out the bed in the sitting room to make the second bedroom. Enjoy original pine plank floors and big arched windows. Talulah can accommodate four people.


The room is bright and spacious, with an original stone wall and pine plank floors. It has windows on both sides, providing a cross breeze and views of the front and back yards. You can hang out in the big globe chair and enjoy the king-sized bed at the end of the day. Torlan has a private en-suite bathroom with shower and accommodates two people. Features include flat screen TV with cable, free Wi-Fi, and a gas fireplace.


The room is a main-floor private room with a new claw foot, bathtub, and shower. It is in the original stone part of the building, built in 1855. Enjoy your queen-sized bed at the end of the day. Yoki accommodates two people.


  • 16:00 Arrival and check in
  • 18:30 Gentle yoga flow and restorative class
  • 19:30 Dinner
  • 21:00 Bonfire meditation session


  • 07:30 Coffee or tea and fruit
  • 08:00 Morning yoga class
  • 09:00 Breakfast
  • 10:00 Hike the Forks of the Credit Park
  • 12:00 Lunch
  • 13:00 Special guest
  • 16:00 Break time and light snacks
  • 17:30 Coaching goals with Karey
  • 19:00 Dinner
  • 20:00 Bonfire


  • 08:00 Coffee or tea and fruit
  • 08:30 Morning yoga class
  • 10:00 Brunch
  • 11:00 Visit local attractions like Alton Mill Arts Centre or Spirit Tree Estate Cidery
  • 13:00 Snack and check out

You will hike in Forks of the Credit Park, which is considered one of the most beautiful natural parks in Ontario. If you are a true hiker, you will be excited because there are several trails in the park, such as the Bruce trail, Dominion trail, Kettle trail, Meadow trail, Ruins trail, and Trans Canada trail. You will also visit local attractions like Alton Mill Art Center and the Spirit Tree Cidery.

Alton Mill Art Center

With its unique blend of studios, galleries, shops, café, and event spaces in a stunning setting, the Alton Mill is a wonderful escape. Here, you can discover the perfect piece of art, hand-crafted objects in clay, glass, wood or fiber, and exquisite jewelry. Enjoy the ambiance of a spectacularly beautiful building and its fascinating heritage exhibit.

Partake in an art class, take a hike in the woods, skate on the pond, or experience a delectable treat from the Gourmandissimo café. Join one of their seasonal events, when all studios are open to the public or check them out as a venue for your next corporate or social function. Leave inspired by art, nature, and heritage.

Spirit Tree Estate Cidery

Located in the Caledon hills on Boston Mills Road, Spirit Tree Estate Cidery is a cidery, bakery, kitchen, and farm store owned by Thomas Wilson and Nicole Judge. The large environmentally-friendly property, surrounded by apple orchards, offers local products and produce, as well as homemade, award-winning cider, bread, and pastries. Spirit Tree Estate Cidery is open Wednesday through Sunday.

  • Karey Emmett

    Karey is a life coach and Vinyasa flow yoga instructor, whose magnetic and bubbly energy empowers and ignites the soul. She is co-owner of Branch Yoga and Forks of the Credit Inn.

This retreat will take place at the Forks of the Credit Inn, located in Caledon, Ontario, Canada. It is steps away from the Forks of the Credit Provincial Park and the Elora-Cataract Trail. The venue is a short drive from Osprey Valley Golf, Caledon Ski Club, and the Alton Mill Arts Center. Take one of the most scenic drives in Ontario down Forks of the Credit road to Belfountain.

Nearby places

  • Alton Mill Arts Center - 5 minutes
  • Belfountain - 5 minutes
  • Kitchener - 50 minutes
  • Osprey Valley Golf - 5 minutes
  • Toronto - 55 minutes
  • Toronto Pearson International Airport (YYZ) - 40 minutes

During this retreat, you will be offered daily meals, snacks, and drinks. For breakfast, they use Ontario free range eggs. You can ask for their specialty eggs, which is vegetable frittata and eggs avocado. Food will be gluten free and organic where possible, with locally sourced ingredients when in season. If you have special dietary requirements, just let them know in advance.

Cycle through Caledon

Explore Caledon and Forks of the Credit area by bike. The Elora-Cataract Trail is not only groomed, but it extends 45 kilometers west from your inn front door to Erin, Hillsburgh, Belwood, Fergus, and Elora.

Go fishing

Fishing is permitted in Forks of the Credit. Please check the Ontario fishing regulations for seasons and restrictions.

Try golfing

Go golfing at Osprey Valley Golf or other courses close by, including Devil’s Pulpit.

Visit Belfountain Conservation area

At Belfountain Conservation area you can enjoy yoga in the park, hiking, dog walking, photography (permit may be required), wedding ceremonies, and fishing. You may also go for nature sightseeing sites which include the suspension bridge waterfall, the Credit River, the historic fountain, flower gardens, and the newly renovated terrace area.

  • 2 coaching classes
  • 2 nights accommodation
  • 3 yoga classes
  • 5 healthy, gourmet meals
  • Bicycle rentals
  • Bonfires and meditation sessions
  • Hiking trip to the Forks of the Credit Park
  • Trips to Alton Mill and Spirit Tree Cidery
  • Airfare
  • Airport transfers
  • Any extras not included in the retreat

Driving directions from Kitchener

  • Take highway 7 east to Guelph.
  • Take 124 east to Erin.
  • Continue on 124 through Erin to Cataract Road.
  • Go right on Cataract Road and the inn is on your right side at the bend.
  • Look for the British phone booth.

Driving directions from Toronto

  • Take 427 north to 401 west.
  • Take 401 west to 410 north.
  • Stay on highway 10 which merges with 410.
  • Turn left on Charleston to Cataract Road.
  • Go left again and the veue is on your right side at the bend.
  • Look for the British phone booth.

Arrival by airplane

Please book your flight to arrive at Toronto Pearson International Airport (YYZ).

  • A reservation requires a deposit of 50% of the total price.
  • The deposit is fully refundable if the booking is cancelled up to 7 days before the arrival date.
  • The rest of the payment should be paid on arrival.

Verified BookMeditationRetreats.com reviews

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    Review by Sandra Albrecht from Canada

    Cousin Yoga Retreat

    PROS Pros: I loved the Inn it was so cute and relaxing. The hosts Karey and Bart are excellent hosts and go out of their way to make everything a wonderful experience for their guests. The retreat had a proposed agenda however it was adjusted to the needs of group. Loved the food prepared and served by Greg and Sandra. The ability to bind strangers together in a short time happens magically at this Inn. My cousin and myself loved the "adventure" and finding my "spirit animal" at the Inn. Definitely would recommend to anyone.

    2017-Aug-18 00:54:23

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    Review by Ginette Morrison from Canada

    2017-Aug-18 00:34:40

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    Review by Anonymous

    Great stay!

    PROS Pros: First of all the owners where very kind and welcoming. The building was steeped in history and beautifully renovated into a cozy tastefully decorated inn. The yoga sessions were great and meditations around the fire and in the yoga studio were very relaxing. We went hiking, had an art lesson, visited the local art gallery and had free time to do as we wished. The food was delicious too! All around great experience.

    Organizer response: Than you for your kind words! We loved our first KaBa Kamp too - hope to see you next year in Caledon!! Karey & Bart

    2017-Jul-29 02:39:40

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    Review by Adriana Rizzi from Canada

    Amazing, powerful experience!

    CONS Cons: I honestly can't think of one negative. This weekend exceeded any and all of my expectations and went above and beyond.

    PROS Pros: I had a magical weekend here! The location was ideal, the hosts were wonderful, and I met an amazing group of women. Karey is a talented yoga teacher and a wonderful woman and I can't wait to go back!

    2017-May-29 01:28:26


  • Review by a traveler from Ontario, Canada
    10 out of 10

    "Wonderful weekend, I would come again in a New York minute! The hosts were warm and welcoming, they shared the history of the building with great enthusiasm, and the breakfast was delicious. We spent the next day walking for hours in the Forks of the Credit Park, footsteps from the door of the Inn."

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  • Review by a traveler from Canada
    10 out of 10

    "Just dropping a line to express my appreciation for your hospitality during my vacation. Your rooms are really cozy and the place is very peaceful. I hope to stay here again in the near future. I will be sure to recommend it to others!"

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  • Review by a traveler from Canada
    10 out of 10

    "A quick drive from the hustle and bustle of Toronto brings you to this charming inn next to the Bruce Trail. The hosts, Karey and Bart, are welcoming and delightful, and serve up the most scrumptious breakfasts. A lovely fireplace burned in the dining room as I sipped my coffee and had the best pancakes ever! The rooms are tastefully decorated."

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  • Review by Fiona C.
    10 out of 10

    "Just spent five nights in the hotel with my husband and two small children (5 years and 23 months). We were given a room with a king bed and a temporary queen bed in a room separated by an arch, which is normally a sitting room. However, as the adjoining room was free, we had use of that room to watch TV at night, and for my husband to be able to do work and go on conference calls, etc. Rooms had luxurious linens on the beds. We were really warm, which was good given it got to -20 degrees outside one night. I'd describe the rooms as tastefully, minimalist, and modern but punctuated with rustic charm that adds character. The Wi-Fi was fast and excellent, and there were enough Cable TV channels to keep us entertained after the kids were asleep. The hosts could not have been more accommodating and kind. They offered such a bespoke service, catering to each individual taste and preference at breakfast, even sourcing organic and free range produce. We couldn't get through all the food on offer, they offered such choice for breakfast. Coffee and organic teas were on offer 24/7. They even gave me a birthday cake as a surprise on my birthday that was spent there, also a bottle of local cider was put in our room. Nothing we could have thought of was too much. The children were embraced, felt loved, and never uncomfortable despite the inn being beautifully presented and only recently opened after renovation. The inn itself has guest rooms in one part of the building and the hosts live next door, so you feel like you are staying in a boutique hotel, not someone's house. It has so much more warmth and character than staying in a hotel. It is a loved project, not just a business. It is down a quiet lane off the main road with a beautiful outlook, but only 30 mins from Pearson Airport. A world away from the hustle and bustle without being inconveniently far. The cost isn't budget but it isn't outrageously expensive either. It is by far, the nicest accommodation I could find in the area, yet wasn't the most expensive one either."

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  • Review by a traveler from Canada
    10 out of 10

    "Karey and Bart are lovely! The property is right next to a provincial park with great walking and cycling trails.The Inn has been renovated in the most charming and historically accurate way. Bart and Karey cook up a storm and provided a level of service and comfort that would make the folks at Four Seasons feel inadequate. Stayed in February, 2017, traveled as a couple."

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  • Review by a traveler from Canada
    10 out of 10

    "We were looking for a night away and found this lovely spot in an online search. Karey and Bart, and the kids, were very warm and welcoming. They weren't having a busy night,so they upgraded us to probably their nicest room. The room, in the 1855 section, was nicely renovated but still held the original charm. The inn itself is well situated if you wish to get outdoors. We had a nice 6 km snow shoe just across the road in the Forks of the Credit Park. I Wished we had been able to do more exploring but we ran out of time. The breakfast was outstanding and plentiful. They gladly provided gluten free options as we had requested."

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  • Review by Kimberley N. from Canada
    10 out of 10

    "We arrived to the beautiful inn on the snowy new year's eve to a glowing outside fire and a warm cozy room. The hosts Karey and Bart are lovely and most welcoming. We rang in the new year with the hosts and other guests, alongside the roaring fire and the sparkling snow. The Yoki room was quaint and quiet with lovely views of the property. Strolled the trails along the river and had a surprising fun day, Fat Biking with Karey and Bart. It was a very memorable new year and we will be back very soon. Oh, the delicious breakfast was memorable too!"

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  • Review by Joanne M. from Canada
    10 out of 10

    "On our weekend with relatives, we had a wonderful stay at the recently renovated inn. Our room was so bright with wonderful views. After a day walking the trails, the comfy bed with it's cozy duvet were so welcoming, as well as the soaker tub! The next day, Bart and Karey greeted us with a delicious full course breakfast to send us on our way, reluctantly, but we are happy knowing that we are returning in the next couple of weeks!"

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  • Review by Dan O.
    10 out of 10

    "We spent a night at the Forks of the Credit Inn and it was wonderful. The refurbishments that the new owners have made are tasteful, comfortable, and respect the heritage and history of this landmark. The parks and hiking trails are amazing, dinner and the following breakfast were delicious. Bart and Karey are great people and great hosts! Thank you!"

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  • Review by a traveler from Canada
    10 out of 10

    "This review is a bit overdue. We stayed here in December and had a wonderful weekend away from the city.The rooms are very spacious, comfortable, and the inn was located very close to the Bruce Trail, which made for some excellent hiking. Bart and Karey are incredible hosts! They are very kind and welcoming, but will also give you space if you want that. The food is delicious and we would absolutely go back again! Stayed in December 2016, and traveled as a couple."

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  • Review by a traveler from Canada
    10 out of 10

    "I grew up in Caledon and always knew the inn as an old beautiful building, but the renovations that Bart and Karey have done on the place are stunning. A part of me was almost tempted not to write this review to keep this secret to myself. We rented three rooms, had the whole top floor to ourselves. In the morning, Karey led a fantastic yoga class and then they made us the most incredible breakfast, with lots of coffee by the fireplace. It is so cozy, the combo of the location, the renos, and the couple running the place just make it perfect.I highly recommend it!"

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Caledon, Canada

Forks of the Credit Inn Yoga & Wellness Retreat is a historical residence in Caledon, Canada. They currently organize yoga retreats and events.

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