Centreville Amusement ParkCurrently Closed
The Centreville Amusement Park is a Huge Tourist attraction for The visitors to Toronto. This Amusement Park, situated on an island not farther than a ferry ride from the city centre is a wonderful recreational destination.
Located on Centre Island, which is one of Toronto’s islands, this place provides you with a lot of entertainment options. Entry is free so you can just walk in and browse through your favourite rides before experiencing their thrill. Moreover, there are a lot of interesting things to do in the Amusement park. You can grab a picnic with your family or try your hand at basket ball, football as well as several other sports. You can spend the entire day here.
However, it is a seasonal park and hence only functions during summer and the peak tourist seasons. This must be remembered before planning any trip related to it.
- The Park is Wheelchair accessible and you can rent wheelchairs if need be.
- Free entry to the park.
- All individual rides have a ticket which can be purchased at the spot.
- Passes can be purchased for enjoying all of the rides for 1 day or even the whole season.
- Check official website for details.
- Timings change every few days. Please refer official website for details.
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- Water’s edge cafe
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11.98% of people who visit Toronto include Centreville Amusement Park in their plan
11 AM - 12 PM
64.29% of people start their Centreville Amusement Park visit around 11 AM - 12 PM
People usually take around 3 Hrs to see Centreville Amusement Park
83.33% of people prefer to travel by car while visiting Centreville Amusement Park
Always the best summer entertainment fun picnic spot for all ages. Lots of walk required to enjoy the most out of it, or of you have paddle power then bring a rental bike from downtown Toronto for a day and enjoy. Good food with reasonable price. Rides tickets never expires so buy in bulk and use them on next visit if some left. Lots of beautiful BBQ spots available all around. View from boats to the main land Toronto is amazing both days and night time. Don't forget to bring something to tow your stuff especially family or someone with BBQ set up as lots of walking required
It was pleasant day on the Toronto islands. There is ferry from Toronto and you should take kayak to go through channels. There is also several beaches but I did not tried lake for swimming although my Italian friend liked it. I liked beautiful houses in gardens of people living here. It can be very crowded but place is large enough though. I would recommend it.
Went on a sunny Friday morning on the 10:00 ferry. The small farm is definitely awesome.. with the well tended animals. Well kept grounds with ample picnic tables and rides for the whole family. Lots of shade with the beautiful big old trees. The games were few but pretty much you were going to walk away with a toy for your efforts. My favourite ride was the bumper boats. Good choice of food stalls from pizza to funnel cake. The bathrooms were adequately kept, with the exception of the broken hand dryer. Despite the wading pool being quarter full of water, the kids were not deterred from enjoying it. Get the family pass that's good for 4 people, to ensure you enjoy to the fullest
We thoroughly enjoyed ourselves. Went on a September weekend and it wasn't too crowded. We got the family pass and made it completely worth our money - tried most of the rides and had multiple gos of our favourite ones (sky ride, fire engine ride, Ferris wheel, carousel etc). Sufficient food options available so you don't really need to pack lunch (unless you really want to). Drinks are expensive though.
It was everything I wanted it to be and just as good as I remembered it from my childhood (47 years ago.) I was pleased to see that the buildings, rides, and flowerbeds are still well maintained. As my kids said, "It felt as though we had traveled back in time because the buildings appear old-fashioned but look clean and new."