Island lovers in Toronto, listen up! Centre Island’s iconic Centreville Amusement Park is reopening this Saturday, May 7.

Centreville Amusement Park reopened last year after its two-year closure due to the pandemic. And the good news is, that the park will welcome visitors back from May until September this year.

If you’ve never been, Centreville is a ferry-ride away from downtown Toronto and has over 30 rides and attractions for the family. It also has several food outlets and is surrounded by 600 acres of parkland.

Whether you’re spinning in the Twirling Tea Cups, or bouncing around in Bumper Boats and Bumper Cars, the fun doesn’t stop, especially on those perfect summer days in Toronto.

And, the popular park is celebrating a big year – it turns 55 this summer!

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The amusement park will be open only on weekends in May and September and daily from June to August.

Additionally, if you’re looking to spend your summer on the island, Centreville is actually hiring for many seasonal positions right now.

Employment opportunities are available for everything from game attendants to servers and bartenders.

Ferries for Centre Island leave the city from the Jack Layton Ferry Terminal, located at the foot of Bay Street at Queens Quay. Visit All Ferry Schedules for seasonal departure times.

And we can’t wait for Centreville’s reopening!