Volleyball nets, beaches, boat and bike rentals, restaurants, cafes and snack bars, Far Enough Farm, Centreville Amusement Area, wading pools, tennis courts, softball diamonds, disc golf course, and public boat moorings.
Ferries to the Toronto Islands leave from the Ferrydocks at 9 Queen’s Quay W which is located south of Queen’s Quay between Yonge Street and Bay Street.
Centreville Amusement Park is nestled in over 600 acres of parkland just across the harbour from the city. With over 30 rides and attractions and more than 14 food outlets, there's something for everyone at Centreville. http://www.centreisland.ca
Franklin Children’s Garden is located on Centre Island. The garden is a hands-on learning environment that combines interactive features with recreational programming for children to discover the wonders of the natural world and to embark on the great adventure of reading. The garden was inspired by the popular children’s book character Franklin the Turtle. Group tours and activities information are available by emailing firstname.lastname@example.org
Built in 1808, this is the oldest stone building in Toronto and the oldest surviving lighthouse on the Great Lakes. From its site on Gibraltar Point, it has watched most of Toronto’s history unfold. A lightkeeper was resident until 1958, when the lighthouse was decommissioned.