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Our park will not be gated during the 2022 season as we are no longer required to do active screening.
We will have passive screening options posted, and anyone who wishes to be notified if an active case of COVID 19 was detected in our park on the date of their visit, they can scan the QR code during their visit so their contact information is available to us.
We are following all current government guidelines, therefore masking is not madatory for guests at our park. Reminders are placed throughout the park encouraging guests to wear masks when distancing is not possible.
Staff working indoors will still be asked to wear masks as an added precaution for their safety.
All rides will operate at full capacity unless otherwise determined by local government guidelines.
Yes. The island and Centreville Amusement Park are wheelchair accessible. There are wheelchairs available for rent at the First Aid and Lost Children Centre. Those wishing to rent a wheelchair must provide 2 pieces of government issued ID. Wheelchairs rentals operate on a first come, first served basis.
If the person with the disability purchases an All Day Ride Pass at the regular rate, we offer one support person admission to the rides for free. Please notify the cashier at the time of purchase and they will be more than happy to help.
Season Passes cannot be shared. A photo ID card will be printed when you purchase your Season Pass. This card must be presented at the ticket booth during each visit in order to obtain a ride wristband for the day.
Yes, Family Passes will be available.
Yes! At Centreville there are plenty of fun rides designed specifically for young children! There are 8 rides that children less than 4' tall can ride all by themselves, and an additional 13 rides that they can ride along with a paying adult.
Children who wish to go on any of the rides are required to purchase a pass or to purchase individual tickets for that ride.
Yes it is, and it pays for itself if you plan on visiting the park 2 or more times!
No, our tickets and passes do not cover the ferry trip over. The island ferry service is operated by the City of Toronto. Information about schedules and pricing can be found online at: http://www.toronto.ca/parks/island/ferry-schedule.html
We offer group rates for groups larger than 20 people, if you are interested please contact us at email@example.com.
Yes. Anyone including parents who wish to accompany their children on rides will need to purchase passes or tickets.
No! Tickets never expire but they are non-refundable. If you have tickets from previous years, they are still valid.
We do not offer refunds or exchanges. Please call our Island Office for more details: (416) 203-0405.
We do not have any discount codes this year.
Yes - this is our 55th season and we are celebrating parents! On Mother's Day - moms ride free with the purchase of an All Day Ride Pass for their child. On Father's Day, dad's ride free with the purchase of an All Day Ride Pass.
Reservations are not necessary this season, tickets and passes can be purchased aead of time online or in person at the park.
Reservations are required to hold one of our fun birthday parties or to receive the group rate if your group is larger than 20 people.
We do not offer a famiy seasons pass. Season passes are sold individually.
We do offer special rates for groups larger than 20 people. Please call 416-203-0405 for further information.
We are very excited to welcome camps and daycares back this summer! Looking for rates and information? For a speedy response, please complete this online FORM or 416-203-0405.
The ferry over to Centre Island is run by the City of Toronto and tickets are purchased through them and are available online.
If you have any questions about the ferry, please contact the city. Centreville runs independanly from the ferry service and tickets to our park do not include the ferry trip.
You will save money if you purchase your tickets in advance online, but we do not offer refunds.
You can purchase tickets, passes and season passes at the gate as well.
The following are the gate prices including tax:
Season Pass = $90
Under 4' = $34.75
Over 4' = $45
Family Pass = $146
Tickets are non refundable but they never expire!
Season passes' cannot be shared. A photo ID card will be taken and needed to be presented each visit to obtain a wristband for the day.
Yes! The Family of 4 All Day Ride Pass may be purchased for groups of four adults. The only requirement for purchasing a Family of 4 All Day Ride Pass is that your group must include a minimum of one adult. Big kids like to have fun too!
If there are more than four members in your group there is an option to purchase add-ons to family passes at a cost of
Gate: $32.30 each (tax not included)
Online: $30.53 each (tax not included)
Yes! Dogs are more than welcome on the ferry, on the island and in the Amusement Park - however dogs must be kept on their leashes at all times and they are not permitted on the rides. To ensure the safety of all animals, dogs are not permitted on the premises of Far Enough Farm, with the exception of service dogs.
Centreville Amusement Park is packed full of kid-sized thrills and offers rides and attractions suitable for all ages. However, most of the rides are well suited to children 12 and under.
An infant is a child who is unable to sit, walk and support themselves.
Centreville Amusement Park is very family oriented park, with rides and attractions suitable for all ages but is geared towards families with children 12 and under.
Although we do not have a water park, you can cool off by by plunging down the Saugreen Lumber Mill Log Flume or by playing in one of the 2 splash pads that are operated by the City of Toronto - one is located in the amusement park, the other is close to Centre Beach.
There are many attractions on the island besides Centreville Amusement Park! You can enjoy a meal at one of the many restaurants, rent bicycles and boats, tour the TD Franklin Children's Garden, play in the splash pad or visit the blue flag rated beach, plus much more.
There is no specific parking lot for visitors to Centreville - there are a variety of parking lots situated within a 5-minute walk from the Jack Layton Ferry Terminal. These parking lots are neither owned nor operated by Centreville Amusement Park.
Please be aware that there are no bank machines located on Centre Island. Every service on the island accepts cash, debit and credit. American Express is not accepted.
We are not renting strollers, wagons or wheelchairs this season.
Yes! There are convenient lockers located in Centreville across from the General Store. They cost $2.00 and are one time use. They are 26” x 16” x 16”.
Yes, but it must be a charcoal BBQ only.
You will need to book a picnic site only if you have more than 25 people in your group. Please call 416-392-8188 to reserve a picnic site. For Special Events and Catering please contact Centre Island Catering Summer Office (416) 203-0405 / Winter Office (416) 234 - 2345.
In short - absolutely! There are many other attractions here in the island park for you to enjoy if you can peal your children out of Centreville! There are bicycle rentals, boat rentals, Franklin's Children's Garden, 2 city splash pads, beautiful beaches, a pier and a boardwalk, sports facilities, water sport rentals, fields for picnics, restaurants and bars gardens and a hedge maze along with many other amenities.
We are open for weekends in May.
We will be open daily in June through Labour Day: weather permitting
We hope to be open for weekends in September.
Visit our calendar if you are looking for the dates and times that we will be open throughout our 2022 season. Please note that our hours of operation are subject to change.
The Amusement Park - Centreville Amusement Park is only open May through September with varying opening and closing times. it is owned and operated by William Beasley Enterprises Ltd.
The Toronto Islands Park - is open year round. It is operated and maintained by the City of Toronto. If you have questions about the park, beaches, ferry or other ammenities on the islands - please visit their website.
We always aim to have all rides open at the park. There are circumstances when a ride needs repair, refurbishment or maintenance and we will need to close the ride to do so safely. We will update our site daily as to which rides are closed that date, please check before your visit to avoid disappointment.
The Centreville Train is not running at the moment. The tracks were very damaged during the flooding of 2017 and 2019. During the pandemic and since - getting the supplies needed is near impossible but we are on it. We want it running, just like we are sure you do!
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