Camley Street Natural Park London

Camley Street Natural Park, located in between King’s Cross and St Pancras stations and wedged in beside Regent’s canal within the London Borough of Camden. From 1986 the park was declared a Local Nature Reserve. Previously this landscape was a coal-yard for the railway, but by the 1970s work was underway to return this landscape back to its natural roots. You’ll discover that there are over 250 plant taxa. The parkland features woodland, wetland habitats, grassland, marsh, reed beds and ponds. A peaceful retreat from the urban lifestyle surrounding the 8,300 square metres of parkland. Strolling through the garden paths and broad-walks you’ll be pleased to catch glimpses of birds and butterflies. A pontoon on the canal aims to marry together the features of architecture and nature. There is also an educational centre that is worth the visit. Parkview Landscaping and Paving would recommend visiting this park during the spring and summer seasons.

Camley Street Natural Park London

12 Camley Street,


Open Monday - Saturday

10:00 - 17:00 (summer season)

10:00 - 16:00 (winter season)

Addmission: Free