With a little planning, it’s easy to land yourself right in the middle if an idyllic summer scene. Situated on the shores of Lake Ontario, the Toronto Islands seperate the city from the lake and deliver plenty of sandy beaches and every kind of entertainment. Thousands of people visit the Toronto Islands each summer to enjoy the walking trails, lush gardens, parks and beaches. The most pouplar island destination is Centre Island where you'll find two restuarants, an amusement park, petting zoo, wading pools and so much more.
Ferry over to the Toronto Islands
Accessible only by boat, ther's a never ending array of choices that will bring you to the Toronto Islands
The Toronto Islands are home to three of Toronto’s Yacht clubs: the Island Yacht Club, the Queen City Yacht Club and the Royal Canadian Yacht Club, as well as a local sailing club. There is a 200 year-old lighthouse on Gibraltar Point, the southern-most tip of the islands.