This 177 acre older growth wooded parcel is close to Ash Cave State Park and is the reported location of one of the last native Ohio bison. The bison is now a memory but the wild beauty of Bison Hollow remains. These wooded acres will forever protect the singing waters of the east branch of Queer Creek, act as a buffer to Ash Cave and the nearby Buckeye Trail and provide a home for locally rare plants such as the recently discovered Autumn Coral Root Orchid.