Rivers
Canoeing and Kayaking on : River Parrot

Paddle Point

Concrete ramp down to the water from car park. Get over, or go round the gate to get to river. Don't worry about the 'Danger. No Entry' sign, except when river is in flood.

Visited 16/2/13, description accurate - could even get my van along the lane to access the parking area (which, if sensibly parked would take about 4/5 cars). Would suggest avoiding the River Parret at this time of the year - rapid flow/heavy sedimentation. Easy single handed launch point.
Visited 27/6/2015 and had a paddle with my son to the Bridge at Muchelney. The water Level at Law lane bridge was 1.11m and this made for a nice gentle paddle upstream. No issues with access or parking. I would recommend this site.
Paddle Point

Weir at Stathe, on the road from Burrowbridge to Langport, where there is a weir. this marks the end of the flat, controlled level water on the River Parrett, and from the weir onwards is tidal. It is possible to go down the weir, but getting back does not look possible from the road.

Paddle Point

Launch at this point to go South on the River Parrett. You can go as far as Gawbridge Mill, but that looks to be about it. Nice scenic part of the river, that maybe overgrown in places.

PARK ON THE ROAD IN THORNEY, NOT BY THE OLD MILL. ACCESS IS OK TO WALK OVER THE FOOTBRIDGE

The mill/house owner does not want people to drive down to the footbridge to drop boats off, as the short lane is privately owned (although a public right of way by foot only)
Paddle Point

The old mill at Thorney with a weir where the old wheel used to be. You can launch or land either above or below, depending on direction of paddle.

Paddle Point

Launch here to go towards Langport and beyond. ONLY PARK ON THE ROAD IN THORNEY (LIMITED SPACE THERE TOO). YOU CAN WALK ACROSS THE FOOTBRIDGE, BOTH TO HAVE A LOOK AND TAKE YOUR BOAT(S) ACROSS, BUT DO NOT PARK BY THE OLD MILL. THIS IS PRIVATE, BUT FREE TO WALK THROUGH.

Friendly house (mill?) owner allowed me to park in derelict are next to road. Parking very restricted otherwise (and house/mill owner clearly thinks it dangerous as it restricts their view of the road when exiting their drive). For me (single handed) this is a difficult (100 to 150 mtr) carry to the water. You have to cross the river along a narrow fenced walkway above the sluice and you cannot carry your kayak onyour hip as normal. Easy for two people though. Access to water to paddle north easy, not so for paddling south.
The mill/house owner does not want people to drive down to the footbridge to drop boats off, as the short lane is privately owned (although a public right of way by foot only.
Paddle Point

Slipway to Parrot. Gate at the top is occasionally locked with unfriendly sign, but has ample room to launch.