Port Credit

Beautiful, high-end waterfront neighbourhood with an engaging community and diverse housing options.

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Welcome to Port Credit

Port Credit, or Mississauga’s Village on the Lake, is a unique community nestled directly on Lake Ontario and the mouth of the Credit River. Port Credit has been traced back to as early as the mid to late 1700s, where it began as a fishing port and a trading post. Today Port Credit holds true to its community values with a modern flair. Its beautiful homes, Main Street shops, waterfront trails, fine and casual dining, cafés, pubs, marinas, and parks truly make Port Credit the perfect retreat from a hectic urban lifestyle. 

What to Love

  • Beautiful waterfront
  • Lots of festivals and events
  • Thriving restaurant scene
  • Variety of housing options
  • Excellent schools
  • Live music

People & Lifestyle 

Port Credit community residents are always steps away from seasonal festivals and the exciting array of food and entertainment. Families enjoy the many parks, schools, and sports teams within the community. Singles and couples always have a “spot” on the weekends, both casual and semi-casual. Walker, joggers, bikers, and pet owners enjoy the sightseeing trails, bike paths, and leash-free zones. Shoppers don’t even have to travel far to choose from many high-end shops, spas, salons, pharmacies, and specialty shops.

Port Credit’s real estate market has held strong as it continues to grow, with many new and exciting communities being built. Just a 20-minute commute to Union Station, access to transit, highways, and Pearson International Airport makes this a prime location for workers. With various homes available next to shops, close to parks, and on the waterfront, Port Credit is truly a unique neighbourhood within the Greater Toronto Area.

Peter Kuitenbrouer of The National Post has called Port Credit “The most happening area in the 905.” Kuitenbrouers’ discovery, although already known by current residents, is the perfect way to describe the friendly, proud, and entertaining village of Port Credit.    

Dining, Entertainment & Shopping

Port Credit is home to numerous lively restaurants and bars, many of which offer live music. Snug Harbour is a Port Credit staple. A family-owned waterfront restaurant, Snug Harbour serves delicious seafood classics while providing guests with gorgeous views of the surrounding water. Posta Italbar is a trendy, modern restaurant with scenic views, outdoor seating, and delicious pizza, pasta, and wine. Some of the other popular eateries in the area include Pump House Grille Co., Fired Up, and Colossus Greek Taverna.

When it comes to shopping, there is an abundance of small businesses, boutiques, gift shops, hair salons, and spas. Residents are also privy to several high-quality grocery stores selling local products like the local farmers’ market and the Elmwood Meat Market.

Things to Do

On July  1, Port Credit celebrates Canaday Day with the spectacular Paint the Town Red celebration. It's a day full of live bands, children's activities, fireworks, and exciting entertainment. Port Credit is also the home of the annual Mississauga Waterfront Festival, one of the top 100 festivals in Ontario in the past 13 years. 

Each year the festival attracts over 70,000 guests for a three-day weekend filled with outdoor concerts and entertainment. Other notable events in the area include the Summer Art Show on the Lake and the Port Credit Jazz Festival.


Port Credit Secondary School and Forest Avenue Public School are two of Port Credit's most notable educational institutions. The secondary school is home to two Peel Region programs, including a SciTech program and Strings program. Kenollie Public School in nearby Mineola is also of note.


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