Getting to this amusement park on Centre Island (one of the Toronto Islands ) is almost as exciting as the park itself. The ... More
Centreville Amusement Park
Getting to this amusement park on Centre Island (one of the Toronto Islands ) is almost as exciting as the park itself. The only way to arrive is by the Centre Island Ferry, which leaves from Bay Street and Queen's Quay every 15 minutes (schedule varies seasonally). Once on the island, you'll find over 30 rides and games for all ages, including a log ride, Ferris wheel, and miniature golf.
Fun for the whole family, this park features go carts, the largest bumper boat pool in Georgia, such nostalgic rides
as the tilt a whirl and a large ferris wheel, batting cages, an arcade, 18 hole miniature golf course, ...
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