I live in the area, and, as I've heard good things about this camp site, I thought I'd pass the tip on.
Campsites are rare in big cities - this is a 20 minute journey from central London by overground train (about an hour by bus).
Unique Quality: The attraction is the setting - a lovely green area in the centre of the city. Crystal Palace, at first glance, is an ordinary unpretentious part of London - explore it further and you'll find fascinating shops, great local restaurants and good pubs, and roads that suddenly fall away, giving out onto stunning views over London and Kent.
The camp site is right by a lovely park that was built on the former site of Crystal Palace (it burnt down in the 1930s), built for the great exhibition in mid 19th century and moved here from Hyde Park in central London. There ares till some strange remnants from the days of the great glass palace around the place - a dinosaur lake, a sphinx, grand balustrades and stairways ...
The international athletics ground is very nearby too.
Site is open all year round. Prices vary so much that it is better to contact them direct for a quote.
Directions: At the end of Crystal Palace Parade, in the parkland area
15 Montague Street, Bloomsbury, Covent Garden, London
1 Kensington Court, Kensington, London
17-19 Egerton Terrace, Knightsbridge, London
41 Buckingham Palace Road, London
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Address: Crystal Palace Parade, London, SE19 1UF, United Kingdom