The Centennial Park neighbourhood is part of the Community with includes Eringate and West Dean Park. This area is bounded on the west by the Etobicoke Creek, by Renforth Road on the east, Eglinton Ave on the north and Burnhamthorpe on the south. It is just north of Markland Wood, west of Eringate and just south of Toronto Pearson Airport.
The area is named for its major attraction, Centennial Park which is within walking distance from almost anywhere in the area. Centennial Park is central to both Centennial Park and Eringate and has almost everything for outdoor enjoyment. It includes a ski hill, baseball and cricket pitches, picnic areas, a fishing hole, golf course, miniature golf, a stadium for football and soccer, and go carts. The Etobicoke Olympic Pool and the Centennial Park Arena are also located in this complex. On the edge of the Centennial Park area is the Etobicoke Creek with trails that lead south towards Lake Ontario.
Homes in the neighbourhood of Centennial Park are larger ranch style bungalows and two storey homes on comfortable lots with private drives and garages. Most of the area was built in the 60's. There is a more diverse collection of housing choices in this area including semi detached homes and condo apartments and townhomes. A new subdivision was built in the 80's on the west side of Renforth backing onto Centennial Park which offers detached and semi detached homes, and a new Condo overlooking the ravine was built in the early 2000's. Condo apartments and townhomes are plentiful along the Etobicoke Creek bank and along Burnhamthorpe and offer easy access to bus routes to the Subway and GO service.
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This area offers bus service along Burnhamthorpe to the subway. It also offers easy access to the 401 and the 427 hwys. A new Bus Rapid Transit is under construction which will run along Eglinton Ave and will offer service to Erin Mills in Mississauga and the subway.