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Camley Street Natural Park, London

The Camley Street Natural Park is a small 2 acre urban nature reserve on the banks of the Regent's Canal in the midst of the industrial wasteland north of King's Cross Station.

The Camley Street Natural Park is a small 2 acre urban nature reserve on the banks of the Regent's Canal in the midst of the industrial wasteland north of King's Cross Station. This lovely little park has mixed woodlands, ponds, marshland and a summer-flowering meadow with white clover and poppy.


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10:00

16:30

Mon

10:00

16:30

Tue

10:00

16:30

Wed

10:00

16:30

Thu

10:00

16:30

Fri

10:00

16:30

Sat

10:00

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About Camley Street Natural Park

 12 Camley St N1C 4PW

 +44 20 7833 23

 [email protected]

 www.wildlondon.org.uk

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