Camley Street Natural park is an urban nature reserve run by the London Wildlife Trust. The site was formerly a coal drops, where coal from railway wagons was dropped into coal merchants' yards for them to deliver to their customers by cart. It is now another of the area's beauty spots.
The visitor can wander through the two acres on a path through the foliage. There is a pond to explore, and a visitor centre offers interpretation. Birds, butterflies, amphibians and a wide range of plant life can be seen here.