Toronto Island Park Under Water

Toronto Island Park Under Water

Bad news for families planning to visit Centerville amusement park on the islands of Toronto: it will be closed at least until June 30, due to flooding.

Many rides are not accessible, including the little train for children.

The beaches of the flooded islands are also closed.

Moreover, any event requiring a permit, such as a large gathering, is banned in the park of the islands until the end of next month.

The water level almost reaches the seat of the park benches in many places.

Ferry

There are no ferries to Central Island until further notice.

The City provides limited service to the 700 residents of Ward’s Island.

Bad news for families planning to visit Centerville amusement park on the islands of Toronto: it will be closed at least until June 30, due to flooding.

Photo of the water on the train tracks of Centerville
Water covers the rails of the little train of Centerville. Photo: Twitter / @ LorettaRyan
Many rides are not accessible, including the little train for children.

The beaches of the flooded islands are also closed.

Moreover, any event requiring a permit, such as a large gathering, is banned in the park of the islands until the end of next month.

The water level almost reaches the seat of the park benches in many places.

Ferry

There are no ferries to Central Island until further notice.

The City provides limited service to the 700 residents of Ward’s Island.

Municipal officials explain that Lake Ontario has been at its highest level for decades.

The level of Lake Ontario is expected to continue to rise, even without additional rainfall, for several more weeks.– City of Toronto Press Release

However, on the mainland, Toronto beaches are scheduled to open as scheduled on June 1.

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