Frequently asked questions with answers regarding the ferry to Toronto Island. Questions about parking, rates, schedule, reservations, etc.
Frequently Asked Questions ferry Toronto Island
Adults: $8.19. Seniors (65 and older with proof of age): $5.37. Youth (ages 15-19): $5.37. Kids (ages 2-14): $3.95. Babies (under 2): free.
All mentioned rates are for a return ticket. You can’t buy a one way ticket. Please see the Ferry Toronto Tickets page for more information.
Reserving a spot on the ferry to Toronto Island is not possible. Extra departures may be available during busy periods.
A discount of 10% is available if you buy 10 or more tickets at the same time.
Parking for the ferry to Toronto can get expensive with flat rates up to $30 for a whole day. Read more about parking for the Toronto Island ferry.
It is advisable to be at the terminal at least 15 minutes before departure of the ferry.
Distances are short. You can either walk or rent a bike.
The crossing takes about 13 minutes.
No, there is no free wireless internet (WIFI) available on the the ferries and at the terminal.
For individuals who travel to Toronto Island often, a monthly pass all you can travel pass is available.
You can take the ferry to Toronto Centre Island, Ward’s Island or Hanlan’s Point.
The Toronto Island Ferry operates during Thanksgiving and Toronto Island Park is open for the public.