Otmoor is a haven for wildlife in the heart of Oxfordshire. The visitor trail leads you alongside an expansive floodplain grazing marsh, home to wading birds and wildfowl year round. Hedgerows, bustling with warblers and songbirds, and the rustling reedbed add to the immersive experience of being on the "moor".

The reserve is open from dawn to dusk. Visitor numbers can be high, particularly at weekends. If you are able, please try to visit the reserve during the week to avoid disappointment.  

 

Please be aware that parking is very limited. If the car park is full please do not park along Otmoor Lane, as this can block access for emergency vehicles.

Thanks to Trust for Oxfordshire's Environment (TOE2) and WREN.