Barclay Timber Wildlife Area

Barclay Timber Wildlife Area

Barclay Timber Wildlife Area was acquired in 1985.  This 45 acre woodland is a high quality upland timber stand, which is predominantly white oak.  Other significant timber species include red and black oak, hickory, elm, hard maple and white ash.  The terrain is moderate to steeply sloping, providing excellent conditions for a diversity of shrubs and wildflowers.  A small creek bisects a portion of this area near the west boundary.   Because of the numerous mature white oak trees, this area is especially attractive to the eastern wild turkey and the white tail deer.


This 45 acre area is located in the northeast part of Poweshiek County, just one mile east of Holiday Lake.  

Operating Hours & Seasons

Open year-around.

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