This is a "rustic" sculpture park with about 60 pieces at the main location. There is also a secondary site about 1 - 2 miles away. I drove past that, saw about a dozen totem-pole-like steel sculptures.
It's in a remote area about halfway between Jamestown, NY and Buffalo, though the directions are good and it's easy enough to find. You may see the location listed as Ellicottville, Ashford Hollow, or East Otto. The surrounding area is extremely hilly, make sure you have good brakes!
Sculptures are mostly steel or aluminum, a few stone or wood. I believe most of them were made by the owner, Larry Griffis.
Site is very basic, set on a hillside. Starts out flat, gets progressively steeper as you go. Most of the pieces are in three large clearings. I visited in May 2014. The left trail going up was very muddy in places, suggest you stay right.
There are porta-potties at the entrance. No food or other services. Admission $5.00 by honor system.
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