A guided visit to Camley Street Natural Park
The London branch is delighted to offer members and non members alike the opportunity to visit this unique nature reserve in the centre of London. The trip includes a 45 minute guided tour of the site from a guide who has worked there since 2014, and attendees will learn about the management of an urban nature reserve.
There are two tours available, with one starting at 11:30 and the second at 14:30. Please sign up for just one of the two tours when making your booking.
Camley Street Natural Park
The Park is an unique urban nature reserve run by the London Wildlife Trust, located just behind Kings Cross Station, next to Regent's Canal. The woodland, grassland and wetland habitats which include ponds, reedbed and marshy areas, provide a rich habitat for birds, butterflies, amphibians and plant life. There is also a Visitor and Learning Centre and an onsite café where attendees can get refreshments.
For more information on the park please visit the Camley Street Natural Park visitors site
The area around the visitor centre and main path to the pond dipping platform has wheelchair accessible surfaces, whilst other footpaths around the site are surfaced with woodchip. However, there are steep steps with handrails at the southern end of the site leading to the viewpoint on the canal which may not be suitable for those with restricted mobility.
Please note: No visitor parking is available.
Cost and booking
Places for either tours are very limited so advanced booking is essential through the link at the top of the page.
- Members: £5
- Non-members: £8
Continuing Professional Development (CPD)
This event is approved by the Royal Society of Biology for purposes of CPD
and can be counted as 3 CPD points.
For booking or website enquiries please contact Eleanor Barrand at firstname.lastname@example.org
or on 020 3925 3444.