Port Credit

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WELCOME TO PORT CREDIT. ALWAYS ON. ALWAYS ELECTRIC!

What is it about a community that inspires the desire to live there? In Port Credit, the answer is obvious; this is a community that offers one of the most vibrant and upbeat lifestyles; a lifestyle that is as active and culturally focused as one desires.

Hugging the shores of Lake Ontario, Port Credit is a lakefront community that over the years has shed its small-town roots for a hip persona. As Mississauga’s trendsetting waterfront playground, Port Credit has a palpable energy that is, as the town’s motto goes, “Always On. Always Electric.”

PORT CREDIT. THE PERFECT SETTING FOR NOLA.

Nola is right at home in Port Credit. Here, where the Credit River meets Lake Ontario, the community is alive with activity and excitement. Fabulous street patios and pubs, fine restaurants and casual dockside eateries are just steps from Nola. But delicious dining is just part of the story. A short stroll away are incredible art galleries, charming mainstreet shops, and a constant roster of activities along the neighbouring Credit River — boating, canoeing, rowing, fishing and a variety of cultural festivals and events that draw people to the area by the droves! Arts on the Credit, The Mississauga Waterfront Festival, BuskerFest, Canada Day Celebrations and Southside Shuffle are complemented by high-energy community sports including hockey, baseball, soccer and more.

A vast array of amenities are within walking distance of Nola. Port Credit also offers a meandering waterfront trail system and an abundance of beautiful parks to explore, where locals and visitors enjoy splash pads, roller blading, cycling and picnics. And for the avid golfer, Lakeview, Toronto, Mississauga and Credit Valley Golf and Country Clubs are all close by.

Plus, with downtown Toronto a mere 20-minute GO Train ride away, Port Credit is the perfect location for commuters.

In the heart of Port Credit, there simply isn’t a finer setting for Nola.