Port Credit is a lovely little town right on the water with small shops, restaurants and cafés lining the main streets. It’s like taking a step back from the hustle and bustle of Mississauga and getting transformed back into a hometown spirit where people mingle and recognize each other.
Homes here in the area have character just like the residents. There’s a Marina close by, a library, a park, banks, stores and any other type of amenity a family could need. If you love Mississauga but want something on the quieter side, this could very well be the place you need to call home.
Brimming With Activities!
Port credit has a lot of activities scheduled for this summer and even if you don’t live in the neighborhood you’ll need to come out to pay a visit to get in on some of this action.
Head down to Memorial Park in Port Credit to hear live bands play every Sunday evening this summer. The music starts at 6:30 and will keep your toes tapping until sunset.
Grab your blankets and lawn chairs and take the family out to enjoy free Rotary Movie Nights in the park. Make sure to bring along some spare change to buy popcorn, water or pop or to make a small donation. Films that are suitable for the whole family will be shown at dusk on the following dates.
- July 27
- August 3
- August 10
- August 24
- August 31
It’s Busker Time
This year’s busker festival is being held August 17th to 19th. All the excitement is happening on the streets with the finale taking part at Port Credit Memorial Park. This is sure to be great fun for people of all ages.
Port Credit Boat Show
Visit the Port Credit Marina from August 24th to the 26th to see sailboats and powerboats in the water. You’ll be able to climb right on the boats and there will be booths set up on the grounds selling various marine items.
It seems that there’s always something exciting happening in this Port Credit town. There is a lot of life here in this small community with its inviting and unique ambience. When you’re looking for hometown spirit right on the edge of a big city, this is the place to be, and Mississauga is proud to have Port Credit as part of its city.