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I'm off to Camden on Sunday, and decided to drive as we have a few peeps coming and it will be cheaper than the exorbitant train prices.

 

Does anyone have experience of where is best to park please? Preferably fairly secure ( or at least not really dodgy!) and at or near a tube station to zip into Central London.

 

Will be taking the m1 route unless it's suggested otherwise.

 

Thanks in advance!

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Get off at Stanmore, tube from there. Dont go anywhere near central London in a car.

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Burnt Oak. Car park there that is £4 for the whole day.

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I should add that we need overnight parking, do either of these places allow it? Also, I see there's a park and ride at Finchley East, has anyone used that?

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I'm off to Camden on Sunday, and decided to drive as we have a few peeps coming and it will be cheaper than the exorbitant train prices.

 

Does anyone have experience of where is best to park please? Preferably fairly secure ( or at least not really dodgy!) and at or near a tube station to zip into Central London.

 

Will be taking the m1 route unless it's suggested otherwise.

 

Thanks in advance!

 

If you don't mind a 45 min train journey before taking the tube, go from either Flitwick or Harlington train stations. Both have huge carparks that are not that expensive. However if you want, just park in Harlington as there are no ticket machines on the streets plus they are safe for overnight.

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Stanmore Station everytime!! The car park is 24 hour and there's always cars parked there, day and night and is pretty secure. M1 J4

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