One of the questions many people planning to head to Circle B Bar Reserve for a hike may have is what kind of weather they can expect.
Will it be too hot? too cold? too windy? too rainy?
Ancient Islands Sierra Club has taken the guesswork out of that.
We invested $2,500 recently in the purchase and installation of a weather station that will provide real-time online weather information as well as recent weather data if you go to this link.
This is part of our mission to encourage more people to get outdoors and enjoy the natural resources that Polk County offers.
Also, we hope that after you visit Circle B, you might consider visiting the other public and private nature preserves and parks located all over the county.