Toronto Island Park ferry to resume with limited service

The ferries will be running at half capacity

The City of Toronto is set to resume limited Toronto Island Park ferry service as of June 27th.

The ferry service will feature new COVID-19 precautions, with ferries operating at 50 per cent maximum capacity. Passengers will be required to wear masks or face coverings and there will be signage and markers at the terminal to help visitors practice physical distancing while waiting in line.

Visitors are also encouraged to travel outside of peak times to reduce crowding, meaning you should avoid travelling to Toronto Island Park between 9:30 a.m. and 12:30 p.m., and avoid returning between 3:30 p.m. and 6:30 p.m.
 


After every trip, staff will be taking enhanced cleaning and disinfecting measures, and washrooms on the ferries will be closed. Hand sanitizer dispensers will still be available, and washrooms at both the terminal and Toronto Island Park will remain open.

Additionally, ferry tickets will be limited to 5,000 per day, and they must be purchased online here ahead of time. Tickets will only be valid for the date and time selected.

At Toronto Island Park, the only services that will be open are the washrooms, splash pads, a first aid station, Franklin Gardens, William Meany Maze, some food and beverage locations, and disc golf. All other amenities, including Centreville, will remain closed.