Toronto, also known as Lake Center Island, is Toronto's favorite tourist resort area. On weekends, family members come to the island for family day activities. They take picnic freezers, sleeping bags, skateboards and so on. They have a lot of fun here. The island is very beautiful, you can carry out many water projects, very interesting.
If you're more of the exploring type, definitely check out Toronto Island. For a $7 ferry ride, you can get there and back any time the ferry runs, and you can even take a bike with you to get around the island faster. It's an awesome place to go to have a picnic with friends, hang out on the grass, or on a bench in the shade. You can rent bikes on the island too if you want. Or if you're feeling extra adventurous, you can rent a canoe or a kayak at the Harbourfront Centre, and paddle to the island.
A great place for all sorts of outdoor activities- even the ferry ride to and from the islands provide great views of the city. It's best to explore the islands on a bike, as it's 5 km from end to end. Rentals are available close to the Center Island ferry stop. Once on the island, there are beaches, a disc golf course, a lot of open space, an amusement park for kids, and many more options.
This is a great place to get away quick. The Toronto Island parks are a quick ferry ride from the Bay Ferry docks. Although Centreville has seen better days, it's just pleasant to walk around the parks and enjoy even the quiet secluded areas. The famous postcard photos of Toronto are taken from here but it's getting hard to get a good view because of all the new condos.
If you need a break from the urban maze, hop on the ferry from downtown Toronto over to the islands. Rent (or bring) a bike along with you, and pedal past gardens, beaches, cafes and more places to just chill. The skyline harborfront views looking back to the city alone are worth the trip!
Center Island is the most crowded, more a family atmosphere. Hanlon's is more of a younger crowd, nude beach, gay beach. Ward's has a more intimate beach scene, younger crowd, cool villaga/cottage type atmosphere.
If you're visiting Toronto on a warm day, take one of the ferries to the island. Go early in the day - it gets crowded later. For native Torontonians, a trip to the island is like a little vacation. Fun!
Quiet parkland area similar to an amusement park. Loads of fun for families. Ferry ride is approximately 15-20 minutes and adds to the adventure.
Toronto Islands is beautiful u can take Cruises around the island it wonderful u love it :>:)))))))))))
Beautiful view of the skyline, and great place t spend a summer day