Camley Street Natural Park

The King's Cross regeneration project has turned an old industrial spot into a desirable neighbourhood, great for days out with the family. Read More

About

Wander along Regent's Canal and where there was once an old coal yard, you'll now find Camley Street Natural Park. An urban nature reserve running by the railway, the park is managed by the London Wildlife Trust and is home to all sorts of wildlife from small birds and butterflies to amphibians. With a floating observation platform and plenty of picnic spots, we suggest grabbing a blanket, some food and the family and making a day of it.

Important information

Camley Street Natural Park has been temporarily closed to the public since December 2017 in order to prepare for the construction of a new visitor and learning centre. The nature reserve will reopen in spring 2019.

Venue Details & Map

Camley Street Natural Park

Address
Camley Street Natural Park/12 Camley St
King's Cross
London
N1C 4PW
Telephone:
+44 (0)20 7833 2311

Facilities

Attraction Facilities
Outdoors

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