Toronto Islands - Ward's Island Park
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Take the ferry to Toronto Islands, Stroll along the pathways on Wards Island. A great place to enjoy a bike ride. Centre Island amusement Park is open during the summer.
Fabulous ferry rides at the bottom of Bay street , early as 9 am last departure is 8 pm. There is a park and children's rides including bumper cars and carasol and fast food .
You can catch a ferry to the Islands from the bottom of York St. Wards Island and Centre Island are connected and you can walk between the two and enjoy the nature and the view of the skyline of Toronto from a distance.
If you have the time take the ferry from Jack Layton Ferry Docks (one streetcar ride down Spadina) and catch a ferry to Ward's Island. The inhabitants have lived her for over a 100 years - passing home through families. There is a nice cafe and beach for swimming. The view of Toronto is…
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