Camley Street Natural Park, King’s Cross, London

This weekend I was in central London on a trip as a treat for our work’s volunteers. During one of the activities I stumbled across Camley Street Natural Park, about 5 mins walk north of King’s Cross Station. It looked like the gates to Jurassic Park… Except for bugs and birds. It’s two acres of wildlife heaven in the middle of a modern concrete jungle and I highly recommend popping there for a short stroll through it. Lovely mini woodland walks, activities for children and adults. Plus it’s near lots of other beautiful London spots.

Camley Street National Park

A large pond attached to the nearby canal with newts and frogs
A large pond attached to the nearby canal with newts and frogs
Lovely woodland pathways take you out of the city, despite being in the heart of it
Lovely woodland pathways take you out of the city, despite being in the heart of it

Camley Street Natural Park

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Jack Wallington

I'm an RHS qualified garden designer living in Clapham, London who loves growing plants and designing with them. Follow me on Twitter.

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