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The campsite is on the A112 between Chingford and Waltham Abbey, to the south of the M25. Leave the M25 at junction 26 and follow the signs. To reach the campsite by public transport from London, you take the Victoria underground line going north to the end, which is Walthamstow. from here you catch bus number 215, which will bring you to the campsite
You will never be stuck for things to do when staying at Lee Valley Campsite, Sewardstone. With easy access into London via public transport exploring the capitals attractions, restaurants, shops and history could not be easier. The campsite is also located within Lee Valley Regional Park which boasts 10,000 acres of countryside as well as some fantastic attractions and sporting venues such as Lee Valley White Water Centre, Lee Valley VeloPark and Lee Valley Hockey and Tennis Centre which were used during London 2012. Discover the tranquil gardens of the renowned plantsman EA Bowles at Myddelton House Gardens in Enfield or enjoy a day out in the fresh air at River Lee Country Park.
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