Wootton Rivers is a pretty village in Wiltshire composed almost entirely of timber-framed thatched houses. It's location on the Kennet & Avon Canal provides boaters with a good location from which to explore a variety of attractions. These include the historic market town of Marlborough, the ancient sites of Stonehenge and Avebury, the Neolithic mound of Silbury Hill, Savernake Forest and Hungerford (well known for its antique shops).
Also nearby is Devizes, a thriving market town and home to Wadworth Brewery with a visitor centre and brewery tours. It is also home to the famous flight of 29 locks at Caen Hill.
The mooring site is approximately 165m long and provides space for up to 8 vessels moored against the towpath.
The mooring site is in the village of Wootton Rivers and can be accessed from junction 15 of the M4, via the A346.
The nearest pump out and elsan disposal facilities are at Pewsey Wharf or at Crofton, both approximately three and a half miles away from the site. Further services can be found at Gibsons' Boat Services to the west of the site, near Bridge 124, Honey Street Bridge.
There is a payphone on the side of the road next to Bridge 108, Wootton Rivers lock bridge.
There is a small lay-by next to bridge 108 and a car park next to the village hall, approximately 800 metres to the left of the bridge. Recycling facilities are available in the village hall car park.
Supermarkets, shops and other services are available in the nearby towns of Pewsey and Marlborough, approximately five miles away.
The mooring site has no access restrictions and can be viewed at any time.