A trail marked in green goes through the forest. Private vehicles can drive through it, and it crosses the forest from its northern to its southern edges. It is about 13.5 kilometers long, and it reaches all the main sites and recreation areas in the forest. The forest also includes a cycling track, accessible parking spots and archeological sites.
Liman trees in the Negev. Photograph: KKL-JNF Photo Archive
The forest is a part of KKL-JNF's network of community forests. Recently, KKL-JNF has approached the residents of Meitar and asked them how the experience of traveling in the forest can be upgraded. One suggestion was to add walking trails in the southern forest. This led to a renovation of the Limans' Trail, which is 4 kilometers long, with a view of the limans (a watering system based on rainwater).
The Noam Rosenthal Lookout. Photograph: Musa Hasson, Meitar Forest Trustee
In the northern part of the forest is the Noam Rosenthal lookout. The old fire lookout tower in the site has been recreated and signs explaining the area's history were added.