The car park is closed until further notice.
The car park closed down.
From May 22nd, the Palsar-7 car park will be closed due to upgrade and development works. It is expected to reopen with the conclusion of the work on May 30th. An announcement will be made in the case of earlier opening.
(Updated May 19th, 2022)
The mango orchard on the road leading to Ein Poriya will be closed to vehicle passage for three months starting Friday, June 28. Passage on foot will be allowed for travelers.
Entrance to the forest from Kerem Maharal to the Tfahot recreation area will be closed from July 17 to Jule 25 due to road works. Access to the forest will be possible through the entrance near the MEIRAV Center.
The public restrooms at the Ofer tower are closed until further notice.
Located near the graveyard of Moshav Hosen in western Galilee - the car park closed down.
On Saturday, June 4th 2022, the lake will be open for visitors from 6:30 to 17:30. Visitors are required to leave no later than 19:00.
On Sunday, June 5th 2022, the lake will be open for visitors from 6:30 to 17:30. Visitors are required to leave no later than 19:00.
The Nahal Grar car park will be closed to visitors in the coming two weeks due to forestry works. The car park will be open for visitors on Fridays and Saturdays.
Due to works on the large birdwatching station of Derekh Nof in Switzerland Forest, the following road sections will be closed:1. The road from the Oren Shaul birdwatching station to the first square will be open, but from this point, the road north will be closed.2. The way from the Poriya Hospital helicopter landing to the forest will be blocked.3. Coming from Tiberias (from the north), driving will be possible up to the first square. From this point, the road south to the hostel will be closed. We apologize for the inconvenience. Update: the road will close for both vehicles and pedestrians until further notice.(Updated March 9th, 2022)
The Shen Hapil car park, underneath Har Nof, is closed due to interchange development work.(Updated May 19th, 2022)
The Ein Hindak spring on the springs path is closed to the public due to a collapse hazard.(Updated March 13th, 2022)
The park's gates open on 5:30 and close on 19:00. Vehicles are not allowed in the park while the gates are closed. The park is open 24/7 for foot travelers.
Public restrooms opening hours:
Western Zeitim car park: Monday to Sunday, from 08:00 to 16:00. Restrooms are accessible.
Eastern Zeitim car park: Monday to Sunday, from 08:00 to 16:00.
(Updated March 27th, 2022)
Overnight camping for either individuals or groups, is forbidden in the park.
On June 9, The road to the youth camp will be closed due to roadworks.
The main road through the forest will be partilly closed due to roadworks and asphalt works.The closure also applies to cycling. We recommend avoiding the road while the works are in progress. The road will be open on weekends (Friday-Saturday).(Updated May 23rd, 2022)
As part of the Road 16 works, the Yosef Weitz Road will be closed in the section between the square and Forest Road junction. The road leading from the Square to Har Nof and the road leading to Givat Shaul will remain open.
Due to heavy rains in the winter of 2022, several public paths in the Judaean foothills will switch to 4X4 status. Road signs will provide specific directions along the paths.(Updated March 7th, 2022)
The road leading from the Har Gahar car parks to road 66 will be closed from May 8th between 7:00 and 16:00 due to forest works until further notice.
The road will reopen at the end of each day, and throughout the weekends. The returns to road 66 will be possible through the park.
(Updated April 27th, 2022)
On June 19th 2022, the Nahal Hashofest site will be closed to visitors due to upgrade works. The works will take about eight months to complete. During this time, no visitors will be allowed at the site.
Due to safety hazards, the birdwatching station at the Sderot forest is closed until further notice.