The Toronto Islands offer outdoor enthusiasts a host of fun activities in which to engage. Whether you want to rent a bicycle to tour the various islands or rent canoes to explore their respective coastlines, the Toronto Islands offer you a quiet oasis in the midst of Canada’s most bustling city. Once the home of various Native American tribes, Canadians settled the islands early in the 19th century. Now the largest car-free urban area in North America, the Toronto Islands offer you a multitude of attractions, including numerous swimming beaches, the Centreville amusement park and the annual Olympic Island music festival and the Toronto International Dragon Boat Race Festival.
You have to first take subway Yellow line to King Station, walk to Jack Layton Ferry Terminal, to buy ferry tickets to Toronto Island. There are 3 cruise lines to the island and they drop off at different locations.
1.Motor vehicles are prohibited from entering the island. However, there are bicycles and small boats rental services available. You can also take your bicycle up onto the ferry to the island.2.The amusement park on the island is open during summer, and you have to check its official website for the exact timing.3.As there are many recreational spots on the island, it is advisable for you to plan your tour routes, so as not to miss the day’s latest return ferry.