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Centreville Amusement Park

Location: Centre Island, Toronto, Ontario

Centreville is a turn of the century themed family Amusement Park, nestled in over 600 acres on Centre Island, just a 10-minute ferry ride across the harbour from the Toronto mainland.

The park has over 30 rides, games and attractions, two licensed restaurants and more than 14 food outlets.

Experience the Antique Dentzel Carousel, flume ride, miniature train, ferris wheel, electric bumper cars and more.


  • Admission

    There is no admission fee to Centreville. However, you need to take the Toronto Island Ferry across to Centre Island. For Ferry fare prices and to purchase Ferry tickets online, see: Toronto Island Ferry Tickets Online.

  • Hours of Operation

    Centreville opens daily at 10:30am from June 1st to September 7th and all weekends in May and September, weather permitting. See Operating Schedule. All Rides and Attractions are subject to intermittent closures due to weather conditions, maintenance or other operational issues.

  • Ride Tickets

    Ride tickets or all day passes are required for each ride. The number of tickets required varies (from 3 to 6 tickets) depending upon the particular ride; see: Individual Ride Ticket Requirements & Ride Restrictions. At the amusement park, you can purchase: 4-person family all day ride pass, individual all day ride pass, sheet of 30 ride tickets (do not expire), sheet of 65 tickets (do not expire), and individual ride tickets (do not expire). Passes can also be purchased online. See Tickets & Packages. The ticket booth is on Island Park Trail south of the Windmill Ferris Wheel ride.

    Accurate as of 2022-06-10: Tickets do not expire and you can use them whenever you want. Ticket requirements range from 3-6 tickets per person per ride. For example, for the sky ride, each person would have to give 6 tickets to go on it once. You have the option of buying individual tickets, which are $1.30 each. If you were to go on just the sky ride again, for example, you would have to get 6 tickets for $1.30 each, for a total of $7.80. If you are planning on going on many rides, there is also the option of buying a sheet of 30 tickets (for $36) or a sheet of 65 (for $78). We also have an all day ride pass which includes unlimited rides. Children under 4 feet pay $34.75 and anyone over 4 feet pays $45. If the whole family wants to get all day wristbands, we also have a bundle of 4 people for $146.

  • Food

    The amusement park has two licensed restaurants and more than 14 food outlets. The food outlets are within the amusement park, the Carousel Café is across from the swan ride, and the Shopsy's Island Deli Bar & Grill is adjacent to the ferry docks.

  • Washrooms

    In the amusement park, the washrooms are centrally located in the building that is north of the Sky Ride building and behind the food outlets building.

  • Splash Pad

    There is a children's splash pad located immediatly west of the miniature golf course.

  • Introductory Videos

Amusement Rides

Some of the rides have height/age restrictions. Check the sign at the ride or with the ride operator. Infants and pregnant women are not permitted on some of the rides.

The following rides are designed specifically for children. Rider must be 4-1/2' tall or less.



The following rides are for children and/or adults (unless indicated otherwise at ride).



Centreville Miniature Train Ride


One ride worth mentioning that is a favourite among children and adults is the Centreville Miniature Train Ride. This 10-minute non-stop ride tours the Centreville Amusement Park. The train goes through and around the park, passing beside and over water, and going through a long dark round tunnel (about 30 seconds). Since the engine is powered by a combustion engine, you may want to sit farther back to avoid engine fumes. The engine pulls five passenger cars, each capable of holding 14 people (7 rows of 2 people each) for a total capacity of 70 people. Along the route are Railroad Crossing signs that sound and light as the train passes. See these videos:

Animal Farm


In the southeast corner of the theme park is the Far Enough Farm.

It is an animal farm that has two retired horses, donkeys, sheep, goats, pigs, chickens, peacocks, rabbits, emus, and pheasants


Map & Directions

See Toronto Island for information on how to get to Centre Island via the Toronto Ferry Docks.

Contact & Address

Centreville Summer Fun Line:

Toronto Islands Information Line:

Toronto Islands Ferry Fees:


GPS address of walkway to ferry docks:
"1 Bay St, Toronto, Ontario"

Latitude: 43.6412348
Longitude: -79.3768559

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