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GREEN-SPACES GUIDE to LONDON -SAMPLE;
'CAMLEY STREET NATURAL PARK'

CAMLEY STREET NATURAL PARK
(Managed by London Wildlife Trust)


12 Camley Street  Kings Cross  NW1 
Tel: 020 7833 2311   

Open: Mon - Thurs 9am-5pm.
W'end 11am-5pm.
NB: CLOSED Friday.

Community nature reserve thriving as a wonderful example of land use from industrial reclamation. The two acre site slips between the Regent's Canal, with its lock and narrow boats, and the gasometers behind Kings Cross and St Pancras Stations. A path takes you around the site, through different habitats. These include a wildflower meadow, pondside areas with associated marsh, open water and reed bed habitats, and the light woodland which encloses the park. The Visitor centre regularly runs activities for children, and has lots of information.

WC and for disabled.
Train/tube: King's Cross.
No dogs or cycles.
Much of interest for 'out-doorsy' children

Here's what people have said about CAMLEY STREET NATURAL PARK:

" You would never guess this was here. It is just behind Kings X station."

These photos of the CAMLEY STREET NATURAL PARK are not all to be found in the guide. Photos in the book are b/w