Centreville Theme Park, Toronto
Categories: Theme Parks, Water & Amusement Parks
Built in 1967, Centreville Theme Park provides turn-of-the-century fun in an amusement park environment. With scramblers, mini-roller coasters, log flumes, and barrel rides reminiscent of the 1900s, the park provides activities for families. Note that most of the rides are aimed at small children and many have height restrictions for taller guests. Play a round of mini golf, or head to the wading pool to relax. You'll find food and beverages inside the park, as well as picnic areas. To visit Centreville Theme Park and other attractions in Toronto, use our Toronto trip itinerary planner.
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This is an incredible theme park for families with young children, at Toronto's centre island. They have done an outstanding job maintaining the old rides and have added new ones over the years. There... read more »
Recommend taking the kiddies and strolling the park. There are age-appropriate rides for the little ones and not really overpriced. There are food establishments and shops throughout the amusement par... read more »
Have been many times and it never disappoints. Lines are never very long and move quickly. Staff is always very helpful getting little ones on and off rides. Kids as young as 2.5 can ride on some ride... read more »
Do not buy all day pass unless you arrive before noon. Waiting time was really long even though the line didn't look long. My family waited almost 1 hour to 30 minutes for one ride. It's a crazy place. Many people return with unused tickets or less used day pass than the price. The people who work at the ticket box knew that too many tickets or day passes were sold than capacity of rides. Also, mini golf is not included to the day pass. Tickets and day pass are pricey and cannot be used in one day due to selling too many tickets or day passes.
Centreville is golden for any kid between 2 and 13, and for adults who can enjoy it through the children they bring. It's a fun amusement park built on a smaller scale, with old-fashioned charm that is completely built into the place, not ladled on top. Everyone feels very sentimental about Centreville, but it's not a sentimental place. It feels like a 100%, workaday amusement park that churns out joy like a candy floss machine churns out sugary pleasure. The beach just north of the park is serviceable, and lots of picnic opportunities.
A good place for the nostalgic; many of the rides and games have not changed in 30 years. Since there is no charge to get in, little ones may enjoy the farm and the rides (which are about 1/2 the price of the CNE). Food prices are at amusement park levels ($5 pizza, $4 pop), so bringing a picnic lunch can be a good idea to save money and frustration.
Although the location is beautiful it is quite expensive. The rides are outdated and the game prizes are not up to par. The free petting zoo is great. Stay away from the rides for best balue
Centreville is amazing! It's a classic little amusement park in the middle of Toronto islands. Go here expecting classic rides and nothing really modern and you'll have tons of fun. The scenery is amazing, sit down for a picnic close by.
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