Port Credit runs along the Lakeshore from just west of Mississauga Rd to just south of the Cawthra and down to Lake Ontario. It boasts easy access to Toronto and attractive bordering communities of Mineola, Lorne Park and Lakeview.
Port Credit is another one of Mississauga's older Lakeshore communities. Many consider the City Centre to be the "downtown" of Mississauga, but we believe that Port Credit should hold that title. While the City Centre more closely mirrors Toronto's Financial District, Port Credit is the entertainment district of Mississauga. With its beautiful waterfront and streets lined with shops and restaurants, Port Credit is a great place to bring the family or have a night out with friends. The community itself is small with only ~11,000 residents and housing is not abundant. With a mix of rental apartment, condos, older bungalow-stlye homes, and multi-million dollar properties, Port Credit really does have it all.
In terms of the school zone, Port Credit fairs adequately in Mississauga. #26-ranked Forest Avenue is your best bet in the area and if you have a child interested in Sci-Tech or music, Port Credit S.S. offers these special programs to hone your child's unique skills.
Things To Do In Port Credit:
Port Credit Art Shows, Port Credit Busker Festival, Port Credit Comedy Festival, Mississauga Waterfront Festival, 'Paint The Town Red’, Canada Day Celebration, Southside Shuffle Blues & Jazz Festival.
Port Credit Farmers Market, Port Credit Boat Shows, Mississauga Marathon, Movie Night in The Park, Port Credit Music Series, Networking Breakfast, Port Credit Mix After Six.
Spice Lounge & Tapas
Ten Restaurant & Wine Bar
Clarkson Mediterranean Bistro
Indian Cuisine By The Lake
Roc Roc'n Doc's Live Music Grill
Colossus Greek Taverna
Turtle Jack's Muskoka Grill
Dunk N' Dip
Port 229 Artisan Bistro
Souvlaki Hut - Lakeshore
Pita Nutso Lakeshore
Shore Grill and Grotto
Swiss Chalet Rotisserie & Grill
Schools In Port Credit:
Port Credit Secondary School, Riverside Public School, Kenollie Public School.