Stepping off the train at King’s Cross you’d be forgiven for thinking that you’re miles away from any open space or wildlife. However just a short walk away, up St Pancras Road you’ll discover Camley Street Natural Park, a unique two acres of wild green space next to the Regent ’s Canal. The industrial legacy of the canal gave birth to the park which was once a coal store. Find out more about the waterways’ past around the corner at the London Canal Museum where you can explore the 150 year history of these fascinating London landmarks.
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King's Cross and the Regent's Canal
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I love this little hidden Gem of London. It's a canal path that runs through London with beautiful landscapes and some canal villages. You can also walk pass parts of London Zoo where you can see the Waterhogs and African Hunting Dogs in the summer.
In the summer it's a great way to walk outside away from roads and traffic. There are joggers and bikers on the path so beware when you are...more
I came cycling here with a group of intrepid women on a mild New Year's Eve.
I've been to Regent Canel before via foot, so cycling was a different experience. We came from North west London up until Cental London (Baker street/Regents Park).
I like cycling on smooth terrin and passing pretty Canel boats and expensive houses and ducking under bridges and passing trees with no leaves. Passing...more
I wish there are more places like this in the metropolitan regions in the United States! When I was in London, I spent a couple of afternoons relaxing on the green, grassy steps by the canal. Being here helps remove yourself from the busy urban lifestyle.
You can bring food and drinks and enjoy the scenery. I see a lot of people running and biking along the canal! If I lived in London, this...more
As a student in London, I'm always on the lookout for free entertainment. Regent's Canal has become one of my favorite money-saving destinations for summer fun.
Despite being incredibly close to my house, I never realized that the tow path is a fantastic way to get around some parts of London, without having to deal with the noise or traffic of cars.
The canal is beautiful for a short...more
It's a beautiful place to be when the weather is sunny & warm. I walk along the canal to see the daily activities of paddle boating, school field trips, picnics & cook outs. If you're in a reflective mind set, the canal waters create a soothing reassurance.
There are also eateries & snack bars located on the boats. It's amazing how people live on the canal boats year round. I also understand...more