There are two main arenas at the facility, as well as a third, smaller arena can serve as a training area or a car park depending on your preference (there are letters placed around it, ready for dressage practise). Other facilities include a day yard, canteen and toilets.
The second large arena, as well as the canteen and toilets.
Casual use of the facility is free and possible every day except Christmas Day. The space can also be hired for events and is most suited to equestrian competitions, riding schools and canine activities.
Because of regular bookings, Sundays are usually unavailable for casual users during certain hours: the Galston Equestrian Club and Arcadia Pony Club are both based here and use the facility on alternate weeks. However, at the time of writing they've both had to suspended their events due to the Covid-19 crisis. The facility itself is still open though (at least unofficially, in that it hasn't been locked up and I regularly see people and horse floats in there).
The sports facility is located across the road from the extremely popular Fagan Park, which is also worth checking out. Interestingly, prior to the development of Galston Rural Sports Facility, equestrian facilities were repeatedly proposed for Fagan Park, but always quashed. If you want to visit Fagan Park (you can't with horses, unfortunately) you'll need to access it from Arcadia Road or Carrs Road.
Galston Rural Sport Facility is located on the corner of Bayfield Road and Mansfield Road. The main entrance is on Mansfield Road.