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Camley Street Natural Park, London

Categories: Nature & Parks
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4.4/5 based on 15+ reviews on the web
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  • This lovely little park is sandwiched between road, canal and rail and deserves your support to keep it going. Drinks and snacks are served but the place has a very relaxed and casual vibe to it. Wand...  read more »
  • Traveled some distance to visit the park and were disappointed. A sign directed us to sign in at the Information centre, which was lacking in any information. Two ladies who we assumed to be staff wer...  read more »
  • Just by chance, seeing him off the train on the way back from Canterbury to St Pancras, and curious, I found this little "gem", a nature reserve right in the Centre of London, just a few steps from the clattering railway tracks. Is a reserve where vegetation grows very wild, in some trails tree branches sometimes stand in the way, there is a small pond where kids can put your feet up and watch the ducks. Here nature is the host: explanatory signs here and there explain what kind of wildlife you can see, birds, water, insects, of which there is also a ' hotel ' dedicated, in the shed of the volunteers located as you enter you can report on a backboard that birds seen, buy seedlings to be planted, and know that all the materials used for road signs and buildings are all in natural materials (especially wood) and recycled. A small oasis of peace and serenity next to two of London's busiest stations.
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  • Yeah it's free, and definitely good considering that. They have a pond dipping area which I've never seen anywhere else in London - good fun. Otherwise, a pretty small wild woodland space eeked out of some disused land! 10/10 for effort, 6/10 for worth travelling to.
  • A hidden spot of green. Sit by the canal and watch the world go by or wander amongst the greenery. There is a little cafe so if you'd like a peaceful lunch this is the place. Lovely.
  • Nice nature reserve, great secluded seating along the canal. Spring and summer are best times to visit not too busy on weekends.
  • A really nice spot in the middle of a busy area in central London. I was very surprised how sheltered the inside is from the surrounding area and noise. I particularly liked the nice, narrow paths that you can stroll along quietly and relax. There are informative signs everywhere with interesting information about the wildlife in the park. My favourite part is the floating platform on the canal with seats. If you're lucky you might see a family of baby ducks. There is also usually a little sale of plants or trees at the entrance.
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