Spring Into Summer At The Port Credit Spring Boat Show

2015 Port Credit Boat Show

The Credit Village Marina will be host to the Port Credit Spring Boat Show this May 29 to 31, 2015. Think of this as the official kick-off to your boating season!

The Port Credit Spring Boat Show is right in the heart of the beautiful Port Credit waterfront and isn’t it true that the best place to see a boat is on the water!

The show will feature power and sailboats to 55ft plus. You will find boats on display from tenders to yachts and everything in between. And, there will be both new and pre-owned inventory on display.

You’re sure to find something to fire the imagination! Then, to get to a more practical and enjoyable point, every boater will find a wide assortment of boating related products, accessories and services at the various displays spread throughout the attractive Credit Village Marina facility.

The Port Credit Spring Boat Show is Ontario’s premier spring in-water boat show
But it’s far more than just a boat show. There is live entertainment Friday, Saturday and Sunday too.

Then, there are also restaurants and nearby shopping to add to the experience.

By car, the marina is located in the heart of Port Credit in Mississauga off Lakeshore Road (between Mississauga Road and Hurontario Street). 12 Stavebank Rd S Port Credit, ON L5G 2T4, Canada. 

Limited free and paid parking is available in the heart of Port Credit. A municipal lot on the north side of Lakeshore Rd. West, adjacent to the marina, offer free parking. Metered street parking is also available, as is paid parking at the Port Credit Harbour Marina, which is located directly east of Credit Village Marina, on Port Street.

You could also come by water! Port Credit is located at the mouth of the Credit River in Mississauga, 11 miles west of Toronto and 18 miles northeast of Hamilton. When approaching Port Credit and the Credit River look for a grounded freighter called Ridgetown. It has a flashing red light on the bow. The freighter forms a break wall to the harbour.

No dockage will be available in the marina during the show, however short term dockage may be available in front of Snug Harbour Restaurant, or the adjacent Port Credit Harbour Marina.


If you prefer to take public transportation, the Lakeshore West line of the GO Train stops at the Port Credit Station, which is a short walking distance from the marina. Service runs every half hour. For more info visit www.gotransit.com. The Lakeshore Route of Mississauga Transit stops within steps of the marina. For more info, visit www.mississaugatransit.com.



You can also grab some overnight accommodation at the Waterside Inn – 15 Stavebank Rd S, Mississauga, ON L5G 2T2, Canada | 1 905-891-7770 | www.watersideinn.ca

For complete information, visit: http://www.portcreditspringboatshow.com

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