This tiny oasis of nature near King's Cross - one of the oldest and most influential of urban ecology parks - is home to many frogs, toads and newts and sees an abundance of wild flowers in summer.
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Camley Street Natural Park
Camley Street Natural Park/12 Camley St
Regent's ParkLondonNW1 0PW
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You lucky lucky people
You're lucky I'm so nice and telling you about a hidden gem in the heart of London. A place to go when you thought you'd seen it all. Somewhere to escape and to learn. Somewhere where children can look a pond bugs and adults can (probably) kiss.
We were on an anti tourist walk on a Saturday in and around Camden mostly because I'm a mild masochist who likes a challenge....more
Having grown up in the country-side and then moved to london, I was really pleased to be told about this place. It's a small haven within a busy metropolis. hidden away just up the road from kings cross, this nature reserve is beautifully peaceful. Living near by I can visit anytime when feeling home sick. A great place to go to relax and eat your lunch in. I recommend a visit, but not all at...more
Lovely spot of nature near the St. Pancras area. I fell in love with the little romantic paths & ponds. You don't feel like being in the gray city anymore when you're inside. It's small, yet there are so many things to see! Birds look really happy in there.more
If you are looking for places to take the kids you'll love this
beautiful little nature reserve within easy walking distance of Kings Cross. The children loved exploring the pathways and little clearings.
There is also pond dipping and arts and crafts most weekends.
As a bonus, there are great views of the canal if you just want to sit on a bench with your sandwiches and watch the boats go...more
This is a short walk up from the new St Pancras station local branch entrance/exit. I went on a day went it was raining heavily and as a result had the entire place to myself. It immediately struck me how wet I was.
There are nice secluded little spots, with little benches, and a little teepee made of branches that was an ideal spot to bring a loved one or elderly relative who might not want...more