The park is open dawn to dusk except for after-hours events hosted only on Friday nights by the Annalemma Society. Visit the Annalemma Society website for a schedule of events. There are no entrance fees. There are no park staff at the park.
This former dairy farm includes almost 40 acres of open fields enclosed by perimeter fencing. It is open for general riding. Features include a novice level cross-country course complete with water, ditch and bank complexes, a round pen, a large multi-purpose outdoor arena (200’ x 300’) with all-weather footing, stadium jumps and dressage markers.
A playground for small children is at the end of the paved parking lot, and a picnic pavillion/shelter is available to rent. The Great Falls Lions Club sponsored this playground with a generous donation. Other planned community facilities include jogging/walking trails, a bird habitat and observation areas.
The Orientation Room is an instructional space for educational programs. An Observation Room includes three telescopes, with room for a fourth telescope as private funding becomes available in the future. The observatory features a retractable roof that rolls over the top of the fixed roof that covers the Orientation Room. Astronomy classes, camps and programs at Turner Farm are below.