Information about Toronto Island, ferry schedule, map, park, attractions & more.

Due to flooding, the Toronto Island Park - including Centreville - is closed until further notice. According to City of Toronto officials the park will likely remain closed until at least July 31.

Sports

The island is perfect place to play many sports. There is a public tennis court at Hanlan's (lit up at night); a soccer field on Ward's Island; a baseball diamond on the southwest "corner" of the island; and beach volleyball nets set up on the beaches in the summer. On summer evenings, you'll often see people coming over on the ferries for a night game, dressed in their team baseball jerseys.

Though the only formal soccer pitch is on Ward's, there is plenty of open space and grassland around the island for kicking a soccer ball or tossing a baseball around.

And why not try something new this summer? A recent addition to sports options on the Island is Stand Up Paddleboarding (SUP) along the lagoon on Ward's Island. Learn how to paddle board, rent a board, or sign up for a yoga paddle board class! For details, go to www.torontoislandsup.com.

Toronto island sports

Of course you can also run, jog, walk, ride your bike - or rent a bike, rent a canoe or kayak. Note: motorized bikes aren't allowed.

The large open fields are perfect for yoga or tai-chi and there is even a disc golf course off the main road between Ward's and Centre Islands. It's free to play, but you have to bring must your own disc. And be aware of flying discs while walking on the course!Let it be known that back in the 60's the City razed many beautiful homes along the boardwalk and all they could replace them with was a disc golf course - A real Toronto tragedy!