The Toronto Islands boast a lovely boardwalk, tennis courts, picnic areas, an amusement park, beaches, yacht club, restaurants
and much more. The Toronto Islands exist just a mere minutes from the busy downtown Toronto.
Centre Island offers bike rentals for those who wish to cover plenty of ground in only a few hours; even tandem and
quadricycles are available to tour the world of the Toronto Islands.
From a small, picturesque marina to a Frisbee golf course, an Artscape Lodge and an old lighthouse.
Toronto Island Garden Tours are available during the summer. For info call: 416-203-0921 or 416-537-5006.
The Toronto Island Canoe Club is a non-profit organization run by a volunteer Board devoted to the promotion of healthy,
active living for all ages. For info call 416-203-8977 or email: firstname.lastname@example.org
Centreville Amusement Park at the Toronto Islands offers affordable family fun. With over 30 rides and attractions and more
than 14 food outlets, there's something for everyone at Centreville.
The Toronto Islands are also home to the Toronto Island Marina, Queen City Yacht Club, The Royal Canadian Yacht Club, Island
Yacht Club, Toronto Island Sailing Club and Westwood Sailing Club.
Toronto Ferry to the Toronto Islands
The Toronto Ferry Docks are located at the foot of Bay Street and Queens Quay, just West of the Westin Harbour Castle Hotel.
For complete info on the Toronto Ferries click here
History of the Toronto Islands
The Toronto Islands were not always islands but actually a series of continuously moving sand-bars, or littoral drift
deposits, originating from the Scarborough Bluffs and carried westward by Lake Ontario currents. Read more about the history
of the Toronto Islands, click here
Facts and Figures on Toronto Islands
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Toronto Island Airport
Toronto City Centre Airport is located on 80.9 hectares (200 acres) at the western end of Toronto Islands, "on the city's
front doorstep." The Island Airport (as it is also known as) is now linked across the Western Gap by ferry services. It is
hoped that in the near future a bridge will link the main land and the island, which will improve access to the TCCA.
For complete info on the Toronto Island Airport, click here
Centre Island is between Hanlan's Point and Ward's Island. For more info on Centre Island please
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