Camley Street Natural Park

Albeit small, this hidden oasis by the canal next to Kings Cross offers diverse woodland, grassland and wetland habitats including ponds, reedbed and marshy areas, providing a rich habitat for birds, butterflies, amphibians and plant life.

The multi-functional floating reedbeds serve as habitats and shelter for birds, invertebrates and fish. They also protect the water from canal pollution.

Sessions are led by the London Wildlife Trust. These are very hands-on nature sessions and are all linked to the national curriculum:
Pond Dipping
Minibeast Hunting
Plant Detectives
Wild Wellbeing
Rocks & Soil
Maps

The 1.5-hour school sessions are led by a member of staff from the London Wildlife Trust outdoor learning team.

Check their detailed session plans here.

Opening times and fees

Open daily, 10am – 5.00pm

Each session lasts 1.5hrs (10:30am-12:00pm or 1:00pm-2:30pm)
Cost per session: £120 + VAT
2 sessions (2 different groups): £216 + VAT
Nov. to Feb.: 30% off

All sessions are for a maximum of 30 children per group. They can only accommodate 1 group at a time on each reserve.

Other information or resources

No visitor parking is available, but drop-offs can be made by arrangement.

Camley Street has double yellow lines on both sides.

Contact details

07837 576755

Enquiry

  • Handwashing
  • Risk Assessment
  • Talks / Guided Tours
  • Accessibility / Accessible Toilets
  • Café
  • Drinking Fountain
  • Indoor classroom
  • Online booking
  • Picnic Area / Lunch area
  • Toilets

Address

12 Camley Street London N1C 4PW