Centreville Amusement Park, Toronto

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Centreville Amusement Park, Toronto - Address, Phone Number, Ticket Price

Address: Toronto, ON M5J 2H3, Canada

Phone: 1-4162030405

Ticket Price: 37 USD

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Time Required: 03:00 Hrs

Timings: 10:30 am - 06:00 pm Details

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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.

Centreville Amusement Park Information

  • The Park is Wheelchair accessible and you can rent wheelchairs if need be.

Centreville Amusement Park Ticket Prices

  • 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.

Centreville Amusement Park Opening and Closing Hours

  • Timings change every few days. Please refer official website for details.

How To reach Centreville Amusement Park by Public Transport

  • Jack Layton Ferry Terminal

Restaurants Near Centreville Amusement Park

  • Rectory Cafe
  • Water’s edge cafe
  • Splash at Harbourfront Toronto
  • Bar Milano

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  • We took our 4 year old here and we had a great time. The park was super clean and the rides were in great shape. Everything looks new and no awful squeaking noises. Plenty of rides to choose from to easily fill your day. All rides were clean and very well maintained. Food selection was great. Classic burgers, hot dogs, chicken fingers and fries, etc.... Also has a Subway. Staff was great and very friendly. Definitely recommend this place if your looking for a fun day with the kiddies. Plus a nice bonus for the kids is a ferry ride to get to the island! Park is best suited for kids 7 and under.

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  • Do not waste time or money here. It is a moldy, greasy place. We spent $125 for 4 and ended up with permanently grease stained shorts from the 2-3 rides we went on. Black grease that does not come out. The rides are old and barely functional. It is dirty and not safe. Very poor representation of Canada.

  • Agreed that this is best suited for young kids. Really nostalgic kind of place and it is much easier to navigate than some of the other city amusement parks. We didn't stand in line at any one ride for more than 15 mins. Food is standard park fare, but tasty and affordable.

  • Fun starts with ferry ride. Try not to go when it's super hot, lots of walking and heat will make the little ones grumpy. When you done with rides there's a fair selection of food choices and a cute splash pad for kids to cool down in.

  • The islands alone are worth the trip, but this little park will surely bring a smile to anyone face. Photographers can walk through on September weekdays for an empty park and adorable tiny rides ready for snapping.

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