There’s still time to visit Centreville Amusement Park this summer! There is over 20 acres of space to enjoy, located a short ferry ride across the Toronto Harbour.

Things look different this year in order to comply with COVID-19 protocols and a safety plan is in place to keep guests safe. Click here for more information.

Most of the 30+ rides and attractions remain open (including Far Enough Farm and the renovated splash pad) but along with enhanced cleaning, mask-wearing and physical distancing, some major changes have been added, including:

Gating of Centreville Amusement Park

Centreville has been an open park in the past, but due to government regulations including the need to monitor capacity and guest screening, it has been necessary to gate the park to maintain guests’ safety. All guests require a wristband to enter the park and have two ticket options this year: All Day Ride Pass and Grounds Admission.

Reduced Contact on Rides

A distancing strategy is in place for each ride to ensure there is reduced contact between all rider groups not in the same travel party. Some lines may be longer than usual and indoor rides are not operational at this time.

Increased Spacing in Seating Areas

All restaurants and snack bars are available for patio service or takeout only, with tables and seating areas spaced to encourage physical distancing.

Safety Reminders While at Far Enough Farm

Guests are reminded to disinfect or wash their hands before and after visiting Far Enough Farm. Please follow directional signs and move in one direction past the animals. Farm animals cannot be touched or held under current COVID-19 conditions.

The always-popular log flume ride. Photo Credit: Centreville Amusement Park


Centreville Amusement Park

When: Daily, 2021 Season ends September 6
Hours: Monday – Friday 10:30 am – 06:00 pm, Saturday – Sunday (and Labour Day Monday) 10:30 am – 07:00 pm
Where: Centre Island, Toronto Islands
Website: www.centreisland.ca/centreville-amusement-park


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