History of Camley Street Natural Park
Till the 17 century, the area of natural park was in Middlesex Woodlands. By 19th century, the area came into use for coal siding for Canal and then for Midland Railway. In 1984, Camley Street Natural Park was created from the Old Coal Yard when Camden Borough Council advised the Wildlife trust to take over the management of the site. Finally, in 1985, the park opened its doors to the public.
Nearest Attractions to Camley Street Natural Park
Camley Street Natural Park has great attractions like museums and art galleries located near it.
London Canal Museum, Scala, The Shaw Theatre, Monto Water Rats, Foundling Museum and Purple Turtle.
Tickets and Entry Requirements
The natural park does not charge a ticket or admisison fee.
Events at Camley Street Natural Park
One can hire the park on Saturdays and hold private events, inviting friends or family.
The site remains closed for public on Saturdays and is available for private hire only.
Spring Opening Hours
The timings from January till March are from 10:00 am to 4:30 pm from Monday to Friday. For Sundays, the timing is from 10:00 am to 4:30 pm.
Summer Opening Hours
April to October timings are from 10:00 am to 5:30 pm from Monday to Friday. For Sundays, the timing is from 10:00 am to 5:30 pm.
Autumn Opening Hours
November to December, the timings are 10:00 am to 4:30 pm from Monday to Friday. For Sundays, the timing is from 10:00 am to 4:30 pm.
If you want to inquire about anything relevant to the natural park or want to get information regarding a private hiring, then the best option is to get in touch with the park by using the below mentioned email or telephone number.
Contact: +44 20 7833 2311
Location of Camley Street Natural Park
12 Camley Street, London, N1C 4PW, United Kingdom.
How to get to Camley St Natural Park
Mornington Crescent underground station is the nearest tube station from Camley Street natural Park. One can cover the 0.7 mile distance in 14 minutes on foot between the natural park and the tube station. From the tube station head north and then take a sharp right onto Camden High St. Now make a left turn to get onto Crowndale Rd and take a slight right onto Pancras Rd. Turn left onto St Pancras Way. Make a right turn toward Ganary st and then turn right onto Ganary St. Now, turn right onto Camley St which will take you to the natural Park. View Map
The closest bus stop is “Chenies Place (Stop)”. The distance between the bus stop and natural park is 0.3 miles which can be covered in 6 minutes on foot. All you need to do is get off the bus numbered either 46 or 214 at the bus stop and head southeast on Pancras Rd. Turn left with it and then make a left turn to get onto Camley St. The park will appear on your right side. View Map