Toronto island map
Map of Toronto island. Toronto island map (Canada) to print. Toronto island map (Canada) to download. The Toronto islands are part of Toronto Ward 28 Toronto Centre—Rosedale and represented by Pam McConnell (see Toronto island map). The area of Toronto island was once part of St. Andrew Ward and Metro Toronto Ward 20 Trinity-Niagara. The Toronto islands have been part of the riding of Trinity—Spadina since 2007 and are represented by NDP MPP Rosario Marchese. From 1999 to 2007 the area was part of Toronto Centre—Rosedale, and from 1987 to 1999 it was part of Fort York.
The area of the Toronto islands is about 230 hectares (570 acres). The largest, outermost island, called Centre Island, is crescent-shaped and forms the shoreline of both the Eastern and Western Channels as its mentioned in Toronto island map. Algonquin (Sunfish Island) and Olympic are two of the other major islands. The former is mostly a residential area and the latter home to the city Island Public Science School. What is commonly called Ward Island is actually the eastern end of Centre Island and like Algonquin is a residential area. Confusingly, Centre Island Park is located on Middle Island, which is as a consequence often mistaken for Centre Island. Centre Island is sometimes referred to as Toronto Island (note the singular form) to prevent this type of confusion.
The central area hosts Centreville, a children amusement park which was built in 1967 with a 1900s-style turn-of-the-century theme. The Toronto island park includes a miniature railway and antique carousel, and is open daily in summer as you can see in Toronto island map. The Far Enough Farm is nearby and displays common farm livestock and birds. The Franklin Garden children garden was created in the 2000s and is located to the west of the Avenue of the Islands. A splash pad and playground is also located nearby. On the western side of Ward's Island is a frisbee golf course.
The Toronto islands are home to four yacht clubs as its shown in Toronto island map: Harbour City Yacht Club, Island Yacht Club, Queen City Yacht Club and the Royal Canadian Yacht Club. There is a public marina, the Toronto Island Marina, and several smaller clubs including the Toronto Island Sailing Club, the Sunfish Cut Boat Club and the Toronto Island Canoe Club. There is also a dragon boat regatta course and grandstand, where the Toronto International Dragon Boat Race Festival is held annually.