Camley Street Natural Park is an urban nature reserve in King's Cross in central London and within the London Borough of Camden. It is a Local Nature Reserve. Comprising 0.8 hectares (2 acres) of land on the banks of the Regent's Canal - by St Pancras Lock and adjoining St Pancras Basin, The Park is a sanctuary for wildlife and an education centre, forming "a lovely oasis".
It is run by the London Wildlife Trust. A visitors' centre caters for casual visitors and school parties, though tours must be booked. In shape the park is a narrow strip of land bounded by the canal, Camley Street and Goods Way. The entrance is through an ornate gate on Camley Street. Admission to the park is free. Its opening hours and days change with the funding it is able to win.