Camley Street Natural Park

The Camley Street Park is spread over two acres of wild green space in the heart of London. The park is one of 50 or so nature reserves managed by the London Wildlife Trust.

This innovative and internationally acclaimed reserve, created on the banks of the Regent's Canal is a thriving place for both people, plants and wildlife. Views of the canal and passing narrow boats are offset by relics of Victorian industry.

The urban wildlife park and garden have been landscaped and there is a visitors' centre with an environmental education classroom. This tranquil space features a large pond, meadow and woodland, providing a natural environment for birds, bees, butterflies, amphibians and a rich variety of plant life.

Opening Hours
Monday to Thursday from 9am until 5pm or dusk if earlier.
Saturday and Sunday from 11am until 5pm in Summer and from 10am until 4pm in Winter.
The park is closed on Fridays.

Camley Street Natural Park
12 Camley Street

Location Map

+44 (0)20 7833 2311

Nearest Tube / Rail Station
King's Cross St Pancras