You could try looking in the fuse and relay box in the engine compartment. Look at the labels on the underside of the cover and locate the fuse/relay for the ABS. If there is one you have it, otherwise you don't.
The easiest way to determine if you have ABS is to stomp on your brake pedal while going 30 mph (of course not while there are other cars around). If you come to a squealing stop then you don't have ABS. If you feel the brake pedal vibrate and hear strange groaning noises, and only hear a few chirps or short squeals from the tires, that means you have ABS.
If you want to actually test it just slam the brakes on when you're driving on gravel. Much easier to lock them up there and at a lower speed.
However, you can find out without leaving your driveway. When you start the engine or turn the key to the "run" position, if you have ABS a yellow "ABS" warning light comes on for a couple of seconds in the instrument cluster. It's in the rectangular area where the turn signal lights are.