Experience Brightwater, a modern urban village offering unmatched lifestyle amenities, elevated design, urban conveniences, and boundless opportunities to connect. A resort-like setting and relaxed pace of life welcome you home, with a strong focus on health, wellness, and sustainability at every turn. Modern conveniences and innovative features, paired with inspired architecture, respectfully honour the past while effortlessly embracing the future. There’s just more for you here, by the water.
At the central intersection of Lakeshore Road and Mississauga Road, Brightwater’s main street retail shopping district continues the rich heritage and enduring legacy of Port Credit’s industrial past. Surrounded by inspirational architecture, this pedestrian-friendly public area includes a diverse offering of ground-floor retail, with conveniences including groceries, cafés, an LCBO, restaurants, retailers, services, and offices.
Brightwater offers the character of a waterfront village with the urban vibrancy and connections of a city and the charm of a small town. With a focus on community, sustainability and resiliency, Brightwater is a home that respects the past, embraces the future, and shines a light on brighter, lakeside living.
Steeped in a rich history as a trading post along the shores of Lake Ontario and the Credit River, Port Credit is a vibrant part of Mississauga. As a waterfront destination for residents from across the GTA, this area serves as a recreational hub for visitors from across the GTA desiring an energetic lakeside atmosphere with a main street full of restaurants, patios, bars, boutiques, and lifestyle amenities.
The southern end of Mississauga accounts for 17+ kilometres of trails along the shores of Lake Ontario. Offering connection to 22 local parks, this continuous trail spans for 730 kilometres from Niagara-on-the-Lake all the way to the Quebec border.
Located on the Credit River, this historical local park is home to playgrounds, basketball courts, trails, a multi-use ramp park, a stunning waterside gazebo, and many of the Port Credit community events.
An array of local bars, restaurants, year-round events, and boutiques line the lively main street of Port Credit proper.
An icon within the village, the Port Credit Lighthouse is a centrepiece for the community and has an official lighting ceremony celebrated annually
Everything from canoe and kayaking lessons to stand-up paddleboarding and surf skiing are available at the Port Credit Paddling Club. Residents and visitors can charter a boat to go fishing, rent jet ski’s, try parasailing, and much more.
Regular community events unite locals in energy and the joy of shared experiences, like the Mississauga Waterfront Festival, Farmers’ Market, Port Credit Busker Fest, art shows, boat shows, and many more. Unwind and recentre with yoga in the park, come out for the annual Paint the Town Red Canada Day festivities, or gather with friends and family for special events like regular concerts, Ribfest, and Southside Shuffle.
Life at Brightwater flows seamlessly into Port Credit’s existing village, where your surroundings connect to every aspect of the current landscape and its countless offerings.
Inspired by the village character of Port Credit, Brightwater’s retail program provides a unique shopping experience and a strong sense of community by extending destinations along Lakeshore Road West.
Designed for pedestrians and cyclists to share, connect to the famed Waterfront Trail and 22 local parks from the Benson Trail at Brightwater.
Make memories with your family
and loved ones within the 18 acres
of public parks and open spaces throughout Brightwater.