Just in time for the long weekend ahead, the Toronto Island ferry has begun its summer schedule.
From May 16 to September 10, the Island ferry will be operating every 15 minutes for the crowds heading to spend a day away from the city.
Ferries leave daily from the Jack Layton Ferry Terminal, located at the foot of Bay Street at Queens Quay.
Return tickets cost $7.85 return and can be purchased in person at the terminal or online.
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Centre Island is home to Centreville Theme Park, the nostalgic amusement park, which opened earlier this month.
Bumper boats, the log flume ride, and a windmill-style Ferris wheel are among more than 30 rides and attractions at the park are finally back in business for the season.
Besides Centreville, four of Toronto’s swimming beaches are located on Toronto Island Park.
Hanlan’s Point Park beach is the only city-owned beach with a clothing-optional area.
Check out the full ferry schedule on the City of Toronto’s website.
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