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Camley Street Natural Park
The Camley Street Natural Park is a unique find as it is nearly two acres of nature with habitats ranging from meadow, woodland, to a pond all located right in the heart of London. This park was created in 1984 from land that used to serve as a coal yard. Located right in the middle of Kings Cross on the banks of the Regent’s Canal, it is located very close to the new Eurostar train station in St Pancras. This attraction is popular with people of all ages who wish to escape the hustle of the city, but not go far to do so. This park acts as a hub to the London Wildlife Trust volunteers and offers a full-time education program that local schools can book.
Costs and Fees
The park is usually open all year round, but they change their hours of operation every couple months. However, they generally open around 10 am and close anywhere between 4:30 and 5:00 pm Sunday through Friday. Unfortunately, the park is usually closed to the public on Saturdays but is available for private hire on this day. Admission to the park is free and visitors have the possibility of seeing many native species including: amphibians, birds, butterflies, bats, and other native plant life.