Hurshat Tal National Park
Hurshat Tal National Park (“Hurshat” meaning “small forest”, “Tal meaning “dew”) is situated in the northern part of the Hula Valley. With landscaped lawns, well-kept campground, the 190 acres of the national park make the perfect the place to enjoy a few days when visiting the north of the country. There are also bungalows and rooms for rent on site. A stream from the Dan River cuts through the park filling a large pond which is open for swimming. With some of the highest waterslides in the country and fishing at no additional charge, Hurshat Tal provides enjoyable activities in a stunning natural setting. Twenty-five acres of the park are a nature reserve due to the 240 Mount Tabor oaks growing there that are centuries old and among the largest in Israel. After rain the park blooms magnificently with anemones and spring flowers creating a rainbow of colors. Hurshat Tal is the perfect base for those exploring the Galilee, northern Golan heights and Mount Hermon area. Where: Route 99, northeast of Kiryat Shmona
Open Hours: Apr-Oct 8:00-17:00, Nov-Mar 8:00-16:00, Fri & Holidays 8:00-15:00
Categories : Nature Parks
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Dirty + stinking + overcrowded
The place is *overcrowded* and dirty No place to put a single toe. Besides the smoke of the mangal (Israeli BBQ) will kill yours eyes. Just avoid The pool is more than dirty but if you like archeology you can find soda bottles, bike wheels, and even bolts. Beware of slippery stones in the mudded water. Killing !