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Retirement sale taking place Cotton'n'Crayon Int'l Children's Wear & Toys! ... See MoreSee Less

Hey did your hear??? Cotton'n' Crayon has begun their RETIREMENT SALE! Starts today!!!

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Last Saturday the sun was shining as the Ocean Park Community Association and Dreyer Group Mortgage Brokers - Canada celebrated Easter weekend with hundreds of local families out hunting for chocolate eggs (over 10,000 chocolate eggs that is!) Take a look at all of the pics here:

PS: Thanks again to Wendy at Ocean Park Nails and Esthetic and Not for Long~Children's and Maternity Consignment Boutique for the special gifts, and Leo the Lion from our Ocean Park RBC for coming out too!
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Happening now at Cotton'n'Crayon Int'l Children's Wear & Toys! ... See MoreSee Less

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In advance of Earth Day on Saturday, April 22, the Ocean Park Community Association is hosting their own Environmental Challenge in Ocean Park!

Sign up in advance for the Storm Drain Marking Challenge that will take place on Saturday, May 27th at 10:00 am around Ocean Park. Groups will work together to mark as many drains as they can!

After the work, our good friends at Ethical Addiction Apparel will be host a BBQ, and we'll have a Recycling Fair taking place at the Ocean Park Hall too!

Register your group (family, friends, school, club) directly with us at
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Next Saturday, April 22 pop by the Ocean Park Hall for the Crafty Affaire Market! So much local, handmade goodness! ... See MoreSee Less

It's almost here! ONE more week before the Spring Market! Join us on April 22nd for local handmade goodness at Ocean Park Community Hall. Let us know that you're coming by RSVPing on our event page. ...

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Good Morning Ocean Parkers! We're prepping for our Easter Egg Hunt today at Kwomais Park and very excited to see everyone!

As this is a local, community event, we encourage as many people as possible to walk/bike and stroll to the event. Kwomais does not have a lot of parking capacity. :)

Community Connect members don't forget your cards! You will get free entry into the Purely Local Spring Market and entered into a free raffle for some lovely gifts at Ocean Park Nails and Esthetic! Drop by our table to enter!

See you soon!

PS: Don't forget your easter baskets!
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Quick update! Looks like the food truck is not able to make it to the Ocean Park Community Association and @dreyergroupmortgages Easter Egg Hunt and @purelylocal Spring Market tomorrow at Kwomais Park - but there will still be lots of sweet treats available! ... See MoreSee Less

I'm REALLY looking forward to having some delicious treats from @candyssweettables on Saturday! She creates the most amazing sweet tables and treats, make sure to come check her out this weekend!

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Because of course! @ethicaladdictionapparel has custom printed Easter t's waiting for you! ... See MoreSee Less

Excited for Easter? Stop by and check out our custom Easter T's! Only $20 Each! We are open Friday 9-5 and Saturday 10 - 5 ! Happy Holidays :)

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Ocean Park History

What’s in a Name?

In 1905, a former Methodist Minister, then real estate promoter, W. Pasco Goard. obtained 136 acres, located from Broatch Road (130 Street) to the east, North Bluff Road (16 Avenue) north, and the waterfront. He divided this land and sold five-acre blocks to a number of men who became known as the Syndicate. Mr. Goard’s wife suggested the name Ocean Park (the name originally only appliedto this property). The borders were later expanded to Sunnyside Road (24 Avenue) north. Bergstrom Road (136 Street) east, and the waterfront south and west.

The First School

Early settler Ben Stevenson acquired some 350 acres in Ocean Park on which there was built a large house. Many years later this house was occupiedby St. George’s private school and was eventually destroyed by fire. In 1916, Mr. Stevenson donatedland for the first school in Ocean Park. Today this school is known as the Crescent Park Elementary School Annex at 24 Avenue and Ocean Park Road.

Railway Station & Post Office

Ben Stevenson gave the right-of-way to the then-Great Northern Railroad, where upon the railroad agreed to put in a trestle for residents to cross safely to the beach. With the coming of the railway in 1909, people got off at the Crescent Beach Station and then hiked two miles to Ocean Park. The railway refused to open a station at Ocean Park, and so in 1912,residents built a small station structure at the foot of the hill. Soon after this, a once-daily flag stop service began at Ocean Park Station.

In 1922, F.S. Pratt opened the first post office in Ocean Park. The six by six foot prefabricated structure, located at the southeast corner of North Bluff Road (16 Avenue) and Ocean Park Road (l26A Street), became famous for being the ‘smallest post office in the world’. The mail bags were exchanged at the Station. Before this the mail had to be brought in from Crescent Beach.

Download the Special Heritage Edition of the Ocean Parker for an in-depth look into the history of the Ocean Park Village.


16th Ave. (North Bluff Rd.) Looking west to 128th St.(Stevenson Rd.) intersection. On the left is Ocean Park Pizza and on the right the entrance to the current Safeway Parking Lot.
The old Ocean Park Pizza & Steak House as most would remember it in the 70’s. In October 2003 this facility was replaced with the “Village Pub”. The orginal Ocean Park Pizza and Steak House was founded over 30 years ago by Costa and Maria Docolas with the commitment to serving superior “home cooking” at affordable prices.