• 1996 - Development of scenic routes: Another way of bringing people to the beautiful corners of Israel was through scenic routes that one could enjoy with one’s car. Rabin Park, Hula Lake Park and the Arava Peace Road (Derech Hashalom) on the Jordanian border were created during this time.

 

  • 2000 - Paving bicycle trails: KKL-JNF begins developing bicycle trails in its forests and open spaces as part of its policy of strengthening the bonds between the public and the forests.

 

 

  • 2010 - Completion of the Tel-Aviv – Jerusalem Bicycle Trail, The Tel Aviv-Jerusalem bike trail (MiYam LeYam)as a special present from KKL-JNF to the people of Israel in honor of the country’s 60th birthday.

 

  • 2011      Establishment of Jerusalem Park, the largest metropolitan park in Israel, which has become Jerusalem’s green lung.
 
And today?
Today's Israel is a green Israel, with a wealth of national treasures lovingly developed by KKL-JNF. Its forests, parks, tourist sites, roads, hiking tracks and bike trails have transformed the landscape. Its recreation sites are open to everyone 24/7, free of charge. Besides its lovingly preserved and accessible archeaological treasures, KKL-JNF has preserved a wealth of modern heritage sites that tell the story of the State of Israel. KKL-JNF continues to work to make its forests and parks accessible to people physical limitations, including accessible paths, picnic tables, benches, audio stations, and signs in braille.  In addition, KKL-JNF has been involved iin setting up cutting edge visitors' centers such as the Vidor Center in the Arava and the Ilanot Forest Visitors Center