Atatürk Forest Farm , built on a 52 thousand-acre land which was presented to Mustafa Kemal Atatürk, is a region with the most modern agricultural facility of the country. Before the War of Independence, the land belonging to the Mayor of Ankara was transferred to the property of Mustafa Kemal after the war. This farm was later served as a public domain. Today, the farm, which has a public legal personality, still allows the production of various agricultural products and serves as a social cultural center.
Until the present day, the Atatürk Forest Farm has been used as a multi-purpose property divided into many areas and sold in many parts. The land that should be within Atatürk Forest Farm today was transformed into Ankara Intercity Bus Terminal (AŞTİ), Machinery Chemical Industry, Army House and other tourism facilities. In the center, there is an Atatürk Forest Farm which carries out tourism and social activities.
Currently, there are various production centers within the Atatürk Forest Farm. These include a dairy factory, a wine factory, fruit juice production facilities and playgrounds. There is also the Gazi Train within the farm. Among them, there is a house resembling the house where Mustafa Kemal was born in Thessaloniki and a Black Sea Pool. The State Cemetery is also located within the farm.