Port Credit's quaint village setting and redeveloped harbor on Lake Ontario make it the perfect place to visit. This area, located at the mouth of the Credit River in Mississauga, is rich in history and quite picturesque, so plan to spend some time strolling along. Recently, a revitalization project has made "the Village on the Lake" even prettier than it was before.
Among the new attractions are extensive parks, 2 new marinas and a section of the Waterfront Trail. The Village of Port Credit has an array of shops, boutiques, restaurants, marina services and grocery stores all within walking distance of each other. If you have a passion for:
- Hand crafted gifts
- Blown glass
- Arts and crafts
- Fine arts
- Handmade chocolates
You’ll be sure to find something to buy and take home with you. And if you enjoy shopping for clothes and shoes, you’ve come to the right area.
Other stores offer an array of household goods and unique and unusual gifts from around the world. The Waterfront Trail is a 325-kilometre-long paved path connecting Trenton to Burlington along Lake Ontario's shores. A 15-kilometre-long section runs through Port Credit and will lead you through miles of streets and parks. Take a stroll, bike ride or in-line skate through woodlots, neighborhoods and beaches.
The Port Credit Harbor’s new facilities and beautiful landscaping invite visitors to look out over the lake, go for a stroll, watch the boats, cast a fishing line or just sit and relax.
Location(s) of Business
105 Lakeshore Rd. W,Mississauga,Ontario,L5H 1E9