Toronto Island Park is a chain of three small islands just offshore from the metropolis of Toronto, which are interrelated by footbridges. The islands are a popular car-free recreation ground, with forested pathways and sandy beaches - making it an idyllic place to escape from the city. The chief attraction is Centre Island, especially for young families. The Island is home to Centreville's children's amusement park, which has over 30 rides and attractions, and Far Enough Farm, which houses a variety of domestic animals. Boating and canoeing are well-liked with crafts available for rent from the Island Boathouse. The park is also home to numerous yacht clubs, and has a number of sporting facilities: tennis courts, softball diamonds and volleyball courts.