Forks Of The Credit Road, a rolling scenic drive

Driving the curvy Forks Of The Credit Road

Forks Of The Credit Road is the name of a very scenic yet curvy drive, located in Caledon, in the Regional Municipality of Peel in the Greater Toronto Area of Ontario, Canada.

How long is Forks of the Credit road?

Located just north of Toronto, the steep and winding road is 7km (4,34 miles) long, running east-west from Road ON-10 towards Mississauga Road, at Belfountain. The road is totally paved. The surface is excellent as the entire road was repaved in August 2009.

Is Forks Of The Credit Road worth it?

To drive the twisting two-lane road without stopping will take most people between 10 and 20 minutes. It’s a rolling scenic drive that car and bike enthusiasts have loved for decades. It’s very busy on Thanksgiving weekend. It’s a beautiful and scenic drive. Road is beautiful any time of year, but the fall is best with the trees changing color. Make sure to go before all the leaves drop by mid early October.

Is Forks Of The Credit Road challenging?

It’s a windy road with incredible views, and one heck of a hairpin turn. The popularity of the road among enthusiast drivers has also made it a favorite with law enforcement. Watch out for the hairpin half way up the uphill climb going west or halfway down the descent going east - it may take you by surprise or it will bring a smile to your face or both. Speed limit is 50 kmph with no-passing signs posted. No trucks and buses allowed, they cannot make the turn. Look out for motorcyclist that ride through the area.