Central Island, also known as Crocodile Island, is a volcanic island located in the middle of Lake Turkana in Kenya. It is also the location of Central Island National Park, which is governed by the Kenya Wildlife Service.
It is composed of more than a dozen craters and cones, three of which are filled by small lakes.
The two largest lakes partially fill craters up to a kilometre wide and about 80 m deep, the floors of which are near sea level.
The highest point on the dominantly basaltic island reaches 550 m, about 190 m above the lake surface.