Toronto Islands

Appreciated for centuries by the First Nation Canadians as a sacred place of self-rejuvenation. Today approximately 1.2 million people visit the Islands each year for spectacular views of Toronto’s skyline, lagoons and waterways that are populated by ducks, swans, and migratory birds. The Islands feature picnic areas, beaches, award-winning gardens, an amusement park, hedge maze, petting zoo and hiking/cycling trails.

Location: Toronto Ferry Docks located at the foot of Bay Street and Queen’s Quay West

Public Transit: From Union Station, take the 510 or 509 streetcar to Queen’s Quay Ferry Terminal and take the Toronto Ferry to the Islands.