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Information about parking near Camden Town Station
Camden Town station is relatively easy to reach by car, being not far from Finchley Road which runs into London from the M1. As well as this, Camden High Street – where the station is located – is at the end of a continuous road that stretches to The Strand in Central London.
On-street parking can be difficult, although there are a number of pay-and-display spaces made available nearby – but a lack of off-street car parks in the area can make for a challenging parking experience if you choose to drive all the way.
JustPark provides information on a multitude of parking options nearby, many of which are reservable – including spaces on-street and off-street, from driveways to car parks.
On-street parking is only possible a little walk from the station itself due to its location on the busy Camden High Street. Parking is largely limited to on-street pay-and-display or permit holder spaces in the London borough of Camden, in a series of Controlled Parking Zones. Charges typically apply from 8.30am-6.30pm, Monday-Friday, in the Camden Town zone and are quite reasonably priced for the demand in this location.
You can use the JustPark map to find information on available on-street parking spaces near Camden Town station.
Location Operator Price Max Stay Kentish Town Road (East Side)/Camden Town London Borough of Camden £0.20 / 5 minutes 2 hours Greenland Road (North Side)/Camden Town London Borough of Camden £0.20 / 5 minutes 2 hours Greenland Place/Camden Town London Borough of Camden £0.20 / 5 minutes 2 hours Buck Street (South Side)/Camden Town London Borough of Camden £0.20 / 5 minutes 2 hours Kentish Town Road (East Side)/Camden Town London Borough of Camden £0.20 / 5 minutes 2 hours
There are no council-operated car parks anywhere close to Camden Town station and there is quite a lack of off-street car parks in the area, so it is recommended that you use public transport for at least part of your journey when visiting.
There is a reasonably suitable off-street option around 10 minutes walk from the station. Handyside multi-storey car park (3 Canal Reach, London, N1C 4BA) is a large car park open 24 hours on weekends and 8am-10pm, Monday-Friday. However, parking charges here are very high – and bear in mind the distance you’ll have to walk to the station.
JustPark offers a range of reservable off-street spaces nearby – in both council and commercially-run car parks, as well as at hotels, offices and on private driveways. You can browse these options and book a guaranteed space via our website or app.
Camden Town is a major station on the London Underground, being a pivotal junction on the famously double-pronged Northern line. With a number of bus services stopping outside the station on Camden High Street, you’re always very well connected to the rest of London.
Disabled drivers displaying their Blue Badge can park in any on-street pay-and-display or resident permit space free of charge – and for an unlimited amount of time.
You can filter when searching on JustPark to show all our parking spaces with disabled access around Camden Town station (select this option by clicking ‘Filters’ on the search results page).
The London borough of Camden consists entirely of a number of Controlled Parking Zones, all with their own fares and time restrictions. Camden Town station is within a particularly busy zone so parking restrictions here are quite stringent – but it does have a good number of pay-and-display spaces compared to some residential zones.
On the JustPark map, we’ll only show you spaces which you’re allowed to park in and are not restricted at the times you request.
No on-street parking charges apply on Bank Holidays. On Saturdays and Sunday, charges still operate but for a shortened length of time (from 9.30am-5.30pm).
Enter your dates and times on our search results page to see what’s available overnight.
There is no designated drop-off and pick-up point at Camden Town station, as it is located underground beneath very busy streets and junctions. Traffic and bus routes mean that stopping for any length of time in the immediate vicinity can be difficult and is not recommended.
Camden Town is a vibrant and youthful area of North London which boasts an eclectic mix of bars, restaurants and culture all worth visiting for. Perhaps what this area is most famous for though is Camden Town market, where people from all over come to trade some of the most unique products and some of the best street food in London.