Otterhead lakes LNR is located approximately seven miles south of Taunton, immediately south of Otterford. The reserve's car park is accessed by a small lane just on the western side of the B3170.
There is a car park available at the nature reserve. Leaflets, interpretation boards. There is also wheelchair access.
What to see:
Semi-natural habitats now make up the reserve including alder and willow carr, dry deciduous woodland, unimproved neutral grassland, and freshwater streams and ditches. Dormice, badgers and bat species occur in the woodland. The lakes supports bird species including kingfisher, dipper and wagtail.