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Centreville Amusement Park Toronto

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Centreville Amusement Park
84 Advance Road
Toronto
ON
M8Z2T7
Tel: (416) 203-0405

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A 20-acre family theme park with over 30 rides and attractions on the Toronto Islands. Old Ontario village main street has lots of food, games, shops and rides including our antique carousel, log flume ride, fire engines, pony rides and a new Twirling Tea Cup ride. We also cater to corporate functions or family picnics on the Island, we have over 600 acres of beautiful parkland for you to enjoy.
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    Fun place for kids and the family. Very crowded. Other water parks are bigger and more slides for little kids

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    Myself and my three kids ages 11,12 and 13 had a wonderful afternoon at Atlantis. There were few people there and no lines for the slides. We felt like we owned the place. I doubt that it is normally like that but this was a Friday before the end of school. The gatehouse wasn't open so we didn't even have to pay the out of the area per car fee. $32 for the four of us very well spent:)

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    Well after having to pay to get in thr park itself, and the price to get in, its not worth it. You cannot bring food.. We also have one of the older kids slide it under the fence though. The lifeguards are snoting teens who seem to have too much attitude. I had to pull a child out from drowning right in front of one. I always have problems with staff. I love the pool, have been visiting over twenty plus years now. But the price, no outside food and staff need to change.

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    There is nothing on their website nor a sign before you enter the waterpark that no outside food or beverage are allowed, so it was only once we entered to pay did we come to find out from 2 snooty and very rude teenage girls that we can't come in with anything except bottled water...not even any little snacks for our baby! Once you get in, it seemed like the entire place was being managed by a bunch of bored teenagers who hate their jobs. Since we weren't allowed our snacks, my baby was fussy so we went to their concession stand. They were out...Read More

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    I totally agree with Genevieve with her review. The Bull Run web page does not mention anywhere on its site about outside food or beverages not allowed in the water park, neither does it post any signs before going into the facility of these rules. The teenagers who DO run the place ARE VERY snooty and very rude, actually, many of the young teenage girls who work there act like they own the place. There definitely was no adult manager anywhere to be seen. And Genevieve was right about food, even a bag smaller then the size of your hand of gummy...Read More

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There is nothing on their website nor a sign before you enter the waterpark that no outside food or beverage are allowed, so it was only once we entered to pay did we come to find out from 2 snooty and very rude teenage girls that we can't come in with anything except bottled water...not even any little snacks for our baby! Once you get in, it seemed like the entire place was being managed by a bunch of bored teenagers who hate their jobs. Since we weren't allowed our snacks, my baby was fussy so we went to their concession stand. They were out of stock on almost half of what they were selling AND the teenage boys that were in charge of everything behind the counter didn't even have any food ready...it was smack dab 12 noon...lunchtime to everyone there who had little children. Lifeguards, of course, were all teenagers who were rude about asking parents to put life vests on their kids, unsupervised children from day camps everywhere with teenage counselors who let them wreak havoc, and no adult manangement anywhere! If you're not going to let anyone bring in any food, make sure you have ample food supplied ready to sell...it's that simple! I was irate by the time we left...absolutely appalling behavior, service, and management; or lack thereof! Will NEVER return to that terrible place again. There are too many other affordable waterparks with much better staff than to ever consider going back.

by A Google User

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I totally agree with Genevieve with her review. The Bull Run web page does not mention anywhere on its site about outside food or beverages not allowed in the water park, neither does it post any signs before going into the facility of these rules. The teenagers who DO run the place ARE VERY snooty and very rude, actually, many of the young teenage girls who work there act like they own the place. There definitely was no adult manager anywhere to be seen. And Genevieve was right about food, even a bag smaller then the size of your hand of gummy fruit snack wasn't even allowed in. I had to run back to my car and leave it there. ONE little 0.9oz(25g) of fruity snack! The place is run by "a bunch of bored teenagers who do hate their jobs". Service for food was SLOW - I'd be afraid to know how they cook back their. The place is also overuned by children from day camps. We counted 12 yellow school buses when we got their not to mention the other 5 mini private white school bus to various day care centers. It was definitely crowed. My son had a good time, but for me, I had to constantly make sure he wasn't running into someone or bumping into someone. It was sooooo hard to also find him in the sea of kids, unless he was wearing all red, then you'd spot him in a flash. So, this wasn't such a great experience for us. Oh, and the pictures you see up there, they are probably when the park was empty or really early in the day when they didn't have many people in the park yet. Good Luck.

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