Ocean View Park

Full Service (electricity and water) campground bordered by two beaches, surrounded by cliffs and lookouts which lead you to a view of icebergs and whales.

Address: Hwy 350, Leading Tickles, NL, Canada

Phone number for booking campsites in season: 709-483-2618

Out of season: 709-483-2180


Facebook: Oceanview Park 

There is a daily fee to enter the park of $5.00, or you may buy a season pass for $10.00.

Prices of RV full-service sites are $30.00 nightly, $720.00 monthly (28 days), and $1800.00 seasonal.

Tent sites with water only are $24.00 nightly.

The rental of buildings is $100.00 a day, or $250.00 for a weekend rental, which seats 120 People, and the second building seats 160 people.

There will be a damage deposit of $125.00 for weekend bookings and $50.00 for daily bookings, which will be refunded after the function, if no damage is incurred. 

 There will also be a deposit of $100.00 up front, if cancelled up to 1 month in advanced money's will be returned, if within the 30-day period, money's will not be refunded.

Recreation Center

Our recreation committee runs and operates the Recreation Centre for the youth in our community.

This is a place where the younger population can interact, play games and just enjoy the time with friends.

The recreation committee hosts the Canada Day Celebrations at Ocean View Park, with games of chance for the kids, sell food, play bingo, and at night they put off fireworks for everyone to enjoy.


Let’s not forget our walking trails. Our nature trail starts at the end of the island part of Leading Tickles and runs from that point to Ocean View Park. There are rest stops on this trail if you just want to stop and admire the great outdoors, here you will also see an old Methodist Cemetery that the town has adopted as a historical heritage site. There is also the East Tickle Nature Trail that you can reach from East Tickle Road near the Pentecostal Tabernacle just as you enter Leading Tickles. This trail will take you to the Town water supply if you keep to the road or you can maneuver to the left of the road approximately half way to the water supply, cross a bridge and this will take you to another beach, and land where people once lived. There is an old Catholic Cemetery in East Tickle that you will see on this trail which the town has also adopted as a historical heritage site. 

Leading Tickles Day, 2024

Our annual Leading Tickles Day will take place on the weekend of August 2nd and 3rd in 2024.

Canada Day Celebrations at Oceanview Park, 2024