Visiting our reservoirs

Our reservoirs and lakes offer the opportunity for a peaceful day out in some of the most beautiful surroundings in the West Country.

You can enjoy a range of recreational activities including fishing, walking, waterskiing, sailing and birdwatching - find out more about each specific reservoir below.

Please remember that no dogs, apart from assistance dogs, are permitted at any of our sites. Thank you for your cooperation.

Backwell Reservoir

Backwell Lakes

This lake near Nailsea in Somerset is a haven for wildlife including more than
10 species of bird.

Blashford Lakes

Blashford Lakes

Fishing, sailing and walking are among the activities available at these lakes located on the Dorset and Hampshire borders.

Clatworthy Lakes

Clatworthy reservoir

Situated on the edge of the Exmoor National Park, this reservoir offers a scenic setting for fishing and walking.

Durleigh Reservoir

Durleigh reservoir

The only one of our reservoirs dedicated to day ticket coarse fishing, Durleigh is an ideal spot for anglers.

Hawkridge Reservoir

Hawkridge reservoir

Small but perfectly formed, Hawkridge is situated by the Quantocks Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty.

Otterhead Lakes

Otterhead Lakes

Surrounded by a nature reserve, these lakes are perfect for a gentle walk through woodland, river and open water habitats.

Sutton Bingham reservoir

Sutton Bingham reservoir

Set in the rolling hills of the Somerset and Dorset border, Sutton Bingham offers fly fishing, sailing and wildlife walks.

Tucking Mill Reservoir

Tucking Mill

Just two miles south of Bath, Tucking Mill is home to variety of birdlife including kingfishers and eight species of bat.

Bleadon Levels

Birdwatching and a wildlife walk are available at this 27-hectare nature reserve near Weston-super-Mare.