Making Forests and Parks Accessible

Making Forests and Parks Accessible
For most of us, going to a forest or a park is natural and taken for granted, but, for people with disabilities, a small stone step, an obstructed dirt road, a narrow pass or a slope, are obstacles. KKL-JNF is working on making its forests and parks accessible for the physically challenged because everyone has a right to enjoy nature.
  • KKL-JNF for People with Special Needs

    KKL-JNF is creating a new reality by making it possible for people with physical limitations to spend time in open spaces and feel close to nature.
  • Making the Forests and Parks Accessible

    What is being done by KKL-JNF to make sites accessible for people with special needs?
  • Equal Rights for People with Special Needs

    KKL-JNF is committed to the Equal Rights Regulations for People with Limitations - Accessibility to KKL-JNF Sites 1998, which require making public places, forests and parks accessible for people with limitations.
  • Accessible Forest, Parks and Sites in Israel

    KKL-JNF is making its forests, parks and picnic grounds accessible to everyone. The following sites are already accessible for people with physical limitations, in line with the world-wide "planning for everyone" approach.