Well yes, there is water taxi, but this is a Toronto summer tradition. This little ferry boat ride is very much part of the heritage of Toronto. Any family member from outside Ontario is always charme...
For $7 you get a round-trip on an old ferry to the Toronto Islands - best deal in town! Great wraparound, open-air seating on the ferries, with some inside seating if it is cold. You catch them at th...
Toronto Island is more like the locals’ backyard.
Setting out from Lakeshore Pier, a 10-minute ferry ride will send you from the city center of Toronto onto the Islands, with a wide range of scenic routes to choose from for your visit. The ferry connects Toronto’s Center Island, Algonquin Island and Ward’s Island.
Motorized vehicle traffic is not allowed on the island, but bikes and small boats are available for rental. This little haven of peace and quiet is tucked away from it all inside a broad swath of greenery, offering the locals of Toronto their very own private backyard and a refreshing corner to cleanse their weary souls.
Ferry tickets: CAD 7.87 for adults, CAD 5.16 for teenagers less than 19 years of age and seniors. CAD 3.80 for children less than 14 years of age. Once you’ve purchased the ferry ticket, cross the pier and show your ticket to the staff. You do not need a ticket to come back to the city from the island.
Toronto island is located just south of Downtown Toronto. You can get to the island by taking the taxi boat or there is a regular scheduled bat that will take you to the island for $5.00 Canadian. Also, there is a second boat that is designed to take bikers with their bikes
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.