The Orvim (Crows) Park is located in a Eucalyptus grove, slightly east to the Ha'Emir Junction in the Golan Heights. KKL-JNF has picnic areas in the park that include accessible picnic tables for people with disabilities, barbeque facilities, accessible water taps and benches along the trails. The park is named after the nearby Orvim Reservoir, built by KKL-JNF.
Along the trails in the park are basalt statues, created by local artists. Near the park is the palace of Emir Mahmud al-Faour, who led the Bedouin tribe of Al Fadl from the late 19th century to the early 20th century. While the palace is ruined, its remains testify to the grand structure it once was.
Near the park, on the southern side across the road, is a grove. The fallen leaves provide a stunning view during the autumn.