The Bison Show Farm is in the Wolin National Park, at Leśna. It is situated on the green tourist trail, 1.5 km from the center of Międzyzdroje (30 minutes on foot).
The Bison Show Farm covers 28 ha. Behind the fence there are viewing terraces, and the entrance is guarded by a decorative gate. In 1976, four bison from Borek and Białowieża were brought to the farm: the "Pomina" cow, the "Podskakiewicz" bull, and two heifers, "Pompeja" and "Podwyżka". Currently, most of the bison living in the farm area were born here. 1-2 calves are born every year. At various times, the number of bison ranged from 5 to 12. Currently, there are 5 of them: Poznaniak II, Polikosia, Posawa, Pozowa and Polanin II.
Even though the pen itself was created in line with the bison conservation breeding program, the pen also houses animals cured or raised by humans, they are incapable of independent living in the natural environment. Currently, we can meet there: wild boar, deer, and white-tailed eagles.
In the area of the Bison Show Farm, for the convenience of tourists, there are: benches, tables, a shelter (possibility to eat or rest), viewing platforms, toilets. The facility is adapted for disabled people.