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Camley Street Natural Park, London

(4.4/5 based on 20+ reviews on the web)
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TripAdvisor
  • This small but perfectly formed park is simply amazing, I went in early February, perhaps the least appropriate time as the trees were bare, the sky grey, and nature so quite, and yet it was still bou...  more »
  • The Camley Street Natural Park (run by London Wildlife Trust) is situated next to the Regent’s Canal and only a very short walk (5 to 10 minutes) from St Pancras and Kings’ Cross Stations. The entranc...  more »
  • The garden was a lovely space, to walk through for a short space of time, would have spend more time!  more »
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  • An oasis of calm right next to Kings Cross railway line. My 5 year old granddaughter made a bat mask and a spider. We went bug hunting - not many seen but numerous pots to look under. A little boy's dad found a toad which Mattea was able to handle then put back where it was found. Then a walk round the park where we saw a moorhen on Regent Canal. Katherine took us pond dipping and showed the 2 children the right way to use the net and carefully lower into the dish so that we all could see what was there. Many tiny water creatures and a snail were caught and put back into the pond. Two and a half hours well spent between catching trains so thank you Katherine.
  • A breath of clean air in the city. The nature park is a haven for wildlife and is full of interesting information about the creatures that live there. Great for kids.
  • Remarkable small nature reserve created, maintained and sustained by London Wildlife Trust since 1985. Now destined for massive exposure as the ongoing Kings Cross gentrification grinds on irrevocably. Get there sooner than later. Simply marvellous.
  • Great small and tucked away haven. Transport yourself into deep woodland right at Kings Cross. Technically is level access but it's not suitable for wheelchair users because of a lot of woodchip and uneven ground.
  • It's free to go in and worth a visit if you're in the area and have some free time, but it's quite small so not worth a trip to Kings Cross by itself!