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Centreville Theme Park, Toronto

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#10 of 34 in Theme Parks in Ontario
Theme Park Water / Amusement Park
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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  • My 2 youngsters had a great time. Not so much for older kids in my opinion. The ferry there and back the kids also enjoyed. Love the log ride and the swans. There is a splash area and our family spent...  more »
  • Canada's Wonderland this is not, but for those looking to entertain their children it works out well enough, although the bang for the buck is not particularly good.  more »
  • I love to take my wifes grandchildren to Centerville it always warms my heart to see thoughs smiling faces as they run around the waiting pool or ride along in a white swan.If a fun day with the littl...  more »
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  • What I love about Centreville is that it lacks the crowds and stress of Wonderland. It's not the place for thrill-seekers or coaster enthusiasts, but you can bring the whole family, or come alone, and have a good time. You won't stay from opening to closing, but you will enjoy what time you spend.
  • I love this place! Great mini theme park to bring family this is great starting point to open kids up to rides as most of the rides are simple joy rides nothing extreme. Beautiful location to picnic, go on dates, outings, relax by the lake or in the grass.
  • Whoo had an amazing time here, the rides were kinda thrilling and scary too at the same moment. At a few moment my heart was pounding really fast, overall a memorable experience for me.
  • this is the most funiest place to go to I love this place i have one favourite ride and that is the log flume it is so fun i get goosebumps right after it is over. love it and hope it is still alive in 2020 love center island way better than canada's wonderland
  • A superb place to bring the children. Great carnival rides, some vintage and some newer. New Sky Ride should be open by next year, replacing the old dangerous one. Food is mostly pizza and burgers fare but priced very reasonably. You can bring your own food in if you want as well. The Play all day pass is the best value; when compared with other Toronto attractions it is reasonably priced. No complaints about the theme park... The antiquated ferry boats to get to the island could use some help. They do have a certain charm, however they are always packed to the gills and have huge lineups. Plan on waiting a while on both ends for the ferry.