The restrooms at the Biriya Fortress are closed until further notice.
The car park is closed until further notice.
The car park closed down.
Water supply to the car park has been deactivated due to acts of vandalism.
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.
Monday to Thursday: 08:00-17:00. Visitors are required to leave by 18:30.Friday and Saturday: 6:30-17:00. Visitors are required to leave by 18:30.
With Israel's switch to standard time on October 30, the lake will be open for visitors until 16:00 and visitors will be required to leave by 17:30 all throughout the week. Opening hours will remain the same.
During the Israeli holiday season, the opening hours of the lake will change in the following dates:September 25: the lake will be open for visitors from 8:00 to 14:30 and visitors will be required to leave by 16:00September 26-27: the lake will be open for visitors from 6:30 to 17:00 and visitors will be required to leave by 18:30October 4-5: the lake will be closed to visitorsOctober 9: the lake will be open for visitors from 8:00 to 17:30 and visitors will be required to leave by 17:00October 10-16: the lake will be open for visitors from 6:30 to 17:00 and visitors will be required to leave by 18:30
The Ma'ale Gilboa cycling single is closed due to works until further notice.
The public restrooms at Har Hakfitza car park are closed until further notice. Mobile, accessible restrooms are available at the site.
New marking along the Ramot Menashe-Megido trail takes place, on a new path designed with the Megido Regional Council.
Several sections of the old path will be included in the new trail, other sections will be changed to 'regular' marking (not that of long trails) and some sections will be cancelled.
For this reason, marking on the trail is only partial. Do not follow the current marking while traveling. An announcement of the new trail will be made in a few months.
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.
Restrooms will be closed until further notice in the following sites:
- Mitzpe Modi'in at the Ben-Shemen Forest
- Active recreation car park at the Ben-Shemen Forest
- Eastern and western parts of the Ayalon-Canada Park
- The Zeitim car park at the Tzora forest
- The Srigim car park at the Britain Park
- Mitzpe Masua
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)
On Friday, September 9, the Eshtaol KKL-JNF offices and the entrance to the forest from the same direction will be closed due to a ceremony held in the location.
The restrooms are open on Friday, Saturday and on holidays, from 08:00 to 16:00.
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 road pavement works, entrance to the forest is allowed only through the entrance to the town of Kadima.
Events cannot be held at the Mitzpe Modi'in Amphitheatre until further notice.
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.
The restrooms at the Archeological Center are open to the public, but are not accessible.
The grove is closed until further notice due to collapsing trees hazard.
The restrooms at the park are closed til further notice.
Horbat Tzelit (Hirbet a-Tzelenta), located at the Meitar forest next to the 4X4 path marked in blue. The Horbat Tzelit site is extremely dangerous, and visiting it is forbidden!
Roadworks for completion of the landscape road in Nahal Grar park will take place during September. Visitors should be careful while traveling in the area. Passage from "Tel Harur" to the parallel way on road 25 will be closed.
Due to safety hazards, the birdwatching station at the Sderot forest is closed until further notice.