Centreville Amusement Park poised to open

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Centreville Amusement Park will open soon.

“Centreville Amusement Park will be opening in Step 2 of the province’s reopening plan,” @Centreville4Fun tweeted.

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The Ford government has declared that the province will move into Step 2 on Wednesday.

While the park is geared for children aged three to seven, the haunted house and log ride are great for older kids and parents, as well.

There is also an antique carousel, a small Ferris wheel, a mini train that goes all the way around the park, bumper cars, a swan ride, mini-golf, pony express, and more.

  1. Floating docks, like the one pictured here at the foot of York St., have been installed to prevent ducklings from drowning.

    Saving ducklings from drowning in T.O. harbour, one dock at a time

  2. Canada Geese swim past two standup paddle boarders at the Beach neighbourhood in Toronto on Tuesday, June 9, 2020.

    Toronto’s beaches officially open Saturday

Tickets must be bought for each ride, but day passes are available. Rides have height restrictions.

Ferries going to and from the island are running at 50% capacity and tickets must be bought online.

The park first opened in 1967.


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