Centreville Amusement Park: A Fun Place

Theme Parks | | June 14, 2011 at 12:21 am




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Centreville Amusement Park is an amusement park dedicated to the children. It is located in Toronto islands, a place situated in the offshore of Toronto, Canada. This amusement park was opened in the year 1967 and was designed based on the theme of turning of century in 1900. Centreville Amusement Park has an in-house miniature railway. Another interesting possession of this theme park is the planter made up of cast iron positioned right at the center of this amusement park. This planter belongs to the era of 1860s and its original location was St Lawrence Market. You will also get to see a vintage carousel of 1907 during your visit to Centreville Amusement Park. Currently, this Toronto based theme park is operated by Beasley Amusements.

Some of the most enjoyable rides in this amusement park include: barrels of fun, Ferris wheel, log flume ride, rockin ferry ride, bumper boats, kiddie boat, swan ride, sky ride, bumble bees, pony express, leapin lily pad etc. After sweating out on the rides, if you feel like having a refreshing cup of coffee, you can visit the Carousel Café, a café located within the premises of the Centreville Amusement Park. This cafe boasts a wonderful lakeside setting. It is a perfect place for hanging out with family and friends. Other than a wide range of beverages, this place also serves freshly prepared salads and delicious soups. Centreville Amusement Park also houses a bar called Shopsy’s Island Deli Bar & Grill. This venue can be booked for corporate meetings, weddings and seminars.

The Centreville Amusement Park stays open all through the summer months. The seasonal pass for the year 2011 costs $55. This pass will allow a person to visit this park as many times as he want during the 2011 season.

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