Centreville Amusement Park Opens Daily for 2014 Season!

Childhood memories start at Centreville! Toronto’s favourite family amusement park. Centreville Amusement Park opens its gates daily for the season this weekend Saturday May 31, 2014 at 10:30am. Purchase Season Passes and All Day Ride passes on-line all Summer long in advance of your visit and save! Visit www.centreisland.ca.

There is no shortage of events taking place at Centreville this Summer. Beasley Bear's Teddy Bear Picnic in support of the Peter Munk Cardiac Centre runs June 16 to 20 with a special group rate of $15. All proceeds will be donated to the PMCC. "Beasley Bear's Teddy Bear Picnic combines outdoor fun with physical education to teach school-aged children about the importance of leading a healthy lifestyle." Get your stuffie a heart check-­up by the Nursing team from PMCC. Visit www.centreisland.ca/beasleybearpicnic.

KidsFest runs July 4 to 6 and is Centreville's annual celebration. During the first full weekend of July, KidsFest welcomes the arrival of Summer. "Summer is here. Let's celebrate! Games, activities, bouncing castles, clowns, music, and much more!" Join Eden’s Angel’s to raise money for Sick Kids by registering for the Guinness Book of World Record attempt. Details on Eden’s story, the World Record attempt and to register: www.wandaontheisland.com.

Centreville’s Amusing Race! is back weekends in September. "Centreville's Amusing Race combines trivia questions and 'roadblocks' to send you on an exciting journey through Centreville and Far Enough Farm."

Families can access Centreville by a short scenic ferry ride to Centre Island. You’ll find the Jack Layton Ferry Terminal at the foot of Bay Street at Queen's Quay West. The park and Far Enough Farm are free to enter. To enjoy the rides and attractions you must purchase an All Day Ride Pass or ride tickets. For more information on ticket pricing, please visit www.centreisland.ca.

Ride the Log Flume at Centreville

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