The Toronto Islands are a great way to take a break from the city While it's no tropical paradise, there's still a lot of fun things to do there. Whether you're looking to do something active or just soak in the rays with a drink in hand, there's something for everyone at the Islands.

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Here are 20 fun things to do at the Toronto Islands:

Wander through the William Meany Maze.

Free

Channel your inner tourist and go for a quadricycle ride with a few companions.

$17 for the first hour

$8.50 for every additional half hour ($30 deposit)

Ponder at some local art  at the Rectory Art Gallery.

Free (by appointment)

Grab a filling meal by the docks at the Island Cafe.

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Snap some photos with the historic Gibraltrar Lighthouse.

Free

Rent kayak or canoe at the Boat House and explore the nearby waterways.

$27 for 1 hour for canoes and pedal boats

$17 for 1 hour for solo kayaks

$34 for 1 hour for tandem kayaks

Get day tipsy at the Toronto Island Marina Bar's upper patio.

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Hop on the "Eddy" and go on a scenic electric boat tour.

$11.95 + tax per adult

$8.85 + tax per child

$39.82 + tax for two adults and two children

Feel like a kid again on the swan boats, mini coasters and fun houses at Centreville.

$33.50 all-day pass (for individuals over 4 ft)

$23.50 all-day pass (for individuals under 4 ft)

Grab a warm cup of coffee at the Rectory Cafe.

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Tan your butt cheeks off at Hanlan's Point clothing optional beach.

Free

Bring a frisbee and some friends for a fun game of disc golf.

Free (bring your own frisbee)

Inject music into your soul at the Electric Island music festival.

~ $50 per ticket

Enjoy the view of the Toronto skyline while sipping on a beer at the Toronto Island BBQ & Beer Co.

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Tame your balance by trying yoga on a stand-up paddle board with a rental from Toronto Island SUP.

$45 per 1.5 hour sunset class

Play your way to the top at one of the beach volleyball courts on the island.

Free

Rave and camp at the Camp Wavelength.

$159.99 camping pass

$64.99 festival pass

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Shred some green with some lawn bowling at the Ward's Island clubhouse.

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Learn the difference between a llama and an alpaca at the Far Enough Farm petting zoo.

$33.50 all-day pass (for individuals over 4 ft)

$23.50 all-day pass (for individuals under 4 ft)

Stay for one more night at the Swan's End Guest House.

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