The restrooms at the Biriya Fortress are closed until further notice.
The opening hours of the park are as follows:
Sunday to Thursday: 7:30-17:45;Friday: 7:30-15:45; Saturday: 7:30-17:45Note:Entrance to the park is up to an hour before closure
The car park is closed until further notice.
The car park closed down.
On May 7, Ein Alwa will be closed to visitors until further notice due to works.
The accessible compound at Ein Jezereel is closed due to a collapsed tree. The compound is marked with a tape. The rest of the recreation area is open to the public.
The mango orchard on the road leading to Ein Poriya will be closed to vehicle passage for three months starting June 15. Passage on foot will be allowed for travelers.
Due to safety hazards, the single is closed until further notice on both sides.
Climbing sites at the forest are closed until further notice.
Water supply to the area has been deactivated due to acts of vandalism.
Due to safety hazards, the trail is closed until further notice.
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.
With the 2023 daylight saving time starting on March 24, the new opening hours at the lake are:
Sunday-Thursday: 9:00 AM to 7:00 PM. Entrance to the site allowed until 5:30 PM.Fridays, Saturdays and festivals: 6:30 AM to 7:30 PM. Entrance to the site allowed until 17:30
During the Jewish Holiday Season, the opening hours at the lake are:
Rosh Hashanah Eve, September 15Entrance to the site from 6:30 to 14:30. Site closes 16:00.
Rosh Hashanah Holiday, September 16-17Entrance to the site from 6:30 to 17:30. Site closes 19:00.
Middle of the Week, September 18Entrance to the site from 8:00 to 17:30. Site closes 19:00.
Yom Kippur, September 24-25The site is closed to visitors.Sukkot Holiday Eve, September 29Entrance to the site from 6:30 to 15:30. Site closes 17:00.Sukkot Holiday: September 30 to October 7Entrance to the site from 6:30 to 17:00. Site closes 18:30.
Standard Time - Starts October 29Entrance to the site until 16:00. Site closes 17:30.
The Plugat HaSiyur 288 recreation area is closed due to works taking place in the site.
Due to an event held at the active recreation area on October 4, the site will be closed for non-participants.
Starting July 4, the Meron Mountain recreation area will be closed due to works until further notice.
The trail is closed due to hazard removal works. An announcement will be posted once the trail re-opens.
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.
Due to safety hazards, the southern track in the park will be closed from June 25 until further notice.
Sunday to Thursday: 7:30-17:45
Due to polluting sewage that washed into the Tzipori stream, the public is advised to avoid contact and keep a distance from the stream's water
The Shen Hapil recreation area, underneath Har Nof, is closed due to interchange development work.
1) Infrastructure works for the town of Givat Eden take place at the northern entrance to the park. Travelers are advised to practice caution, and use other entrances whenever possible. 2) The hiding tunnels at Horvat Atri are now open to the public. 3) The Bell Cave is closed due to hazards.
Due to an increasing number of breaking into cars at the car park, travlers are advised to lock their vehicles and avoid leaving valuables in them.
Due to safety hazards, the Bell Cave is closed until further notice.
On September 28, a special event of the Bne'i Akiva youth movement will be held at the park from 09:00 to 18:00. The event will take place over most of the Shua Stream cycling single, and cyclists are advised to adjust their plans according to the event's schedule.
The Ein Hindak spring on the springs path is closed to the public due to a collapse hazard.
Due to expansion plans on Road 375, archeological digs take place at the Livnim Ruin. Works are expected to conclude within a month or two.
In the coming weeks, buried trash cans will be installed throughout the forest in order to keep te forest clean. Visitors are asked to stay away from work sites and avoid using the trash cans until further notice.
Tel Hadid will be closed for visitors on October 4 due to an event.
Another event will take place on the Communities Recreation Area on October 1-4 and the area's asphalt road will be closed for vehicles.
Starting June 11, the Anava single will be closed for cycling from until further notice due to forest works.
The restrooms at Mitzpe Modi'in and the HaPa'il Recreation Area are closed until further notice.
The path leading from the Maccabean Graves to Ne'ot Kdumim will be closed on February 5, 6, 8, and 9 from 6:30 to 16:00 due to tree planting events.
From August 15 until the end of November, the Masua overnight camping site will be closed due works.
From September 7, the section between the lookout and the Srigim recreation area will be closed for a month due to works. As a result, the Masua single will be closed for cyclists on weekdays. Cycling and traveling on the section will be permitted on weekends.
Starting July 4, the Canada Recreation Area on Road 386 will be closed due to works that are expected to conclude in 2026.
On June 9, The road to the youth camp will be closed due to roadworks.
The Eucalyptus Recreation Area in Beit Shemesh is closed due to upgrade works.
KKL-JNF forest works take place on the 1/2-kilometer section alongside the Hadassah Trail. The works include forest trimming and creation of a border between the hospital, the neighborhood and the forest. The works are expected to last one month, and warning signs have been posted. Travelers are asked to avoid using the trail, for their own safety.
Due to works, a section at the single will close on May 2 for about a month. Cyclists are asked to move to the next segment and avoid the area, marked by a yellow strip.
The garden is open for visiors from 8:00 to 19:00. Accessible restrooms are available, as well as accessible trails.
Groups can reserve guided tours through email at firstname.lastname@example.org the visitor center hosts individuals and groups, call 09-8974800 for details.
Work is complete at the Herzl section which connects the Bnei Zion/Yad VaShem junction with the to the Pirchei Chen street. A few modifications are still needed in providing access to parking areas and the instllation of several benches, as well as connections to the Erez Trail. Travel along the trail is permitted, but travelers are advised to come prepared.
Due to upgrade works, the site will be closed for visitors until further notice.
Events cannot be held at the Mitzpe Modi'in Amphitheatre until further notice.
Due to forest works at Mt. Horshen Forest (Alona Park), certain sections of the site will occasionally close.
The restrooms in Nes Harim are out of order due to lack of proper authorization. The closest restrooms are at Bar Bahar
On July 2, forest safety works will start in the forest. The works will last for two weeks, during which the grove will be open as usual, but travelers should practice caution, avoid the work sites, and listen to KKL-JNF representatives in the area.
From October 10th to the end of December, KKL-JNF will start upgrade works on the section between 66 and the Gahar Mountain Junction. During this period, overnight camping at the Gahar Moutain and the Zorea recreation areas will be forbidden.
The Megido trail at the Ramat Menashe Park is now open for travelers. The 70-kilometer trail is for experienced walkers, and is not meant for cyclists. The trail, marked in purple, replaces the old Ramat Menashe trail, which was marked in orange.
Starting on January 23, 2023, KKL-JNF and the Megido Regional Council will perform upgrade works on the section that goes from the park entrance (Road 66) to Nahal HaShofet. Entrance to Nahal HaShofet will not be allowed until the works' conclusion, estimated in December 2023.
From April 30, 2023, the road from Gahar Mountain to the Haruvim recreation area (Nahal HaShofet) will be closed for half a year due to works. Vehicles will not be allowed at Nahal HaShofet.
Restrooms at the Olives Recreation Area are closed until further notice.
The grove is closed until further notice due to collapsing trees hazard.
The tower will be closed due to development works. The works are expected to last about a month.
No water available in the area until further notice.
The water supply to the site is down until further notice.
Following instructions from the IDF, the lookout is open for foot travelers only.
The restrooms at the park are closed til further notice.
Due to a safety hazard, arrival at the area is allowed only during daytime hours. Overnight activity and stay are forbidden.
The Hill 69 recreation area will be closed until further notice, due to works.
Due to safety hazards, the Hodaya Winter Pool site (accessible trail + balcony that overlooks the pool) is closed until 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!
The Kisufim forest tower is closed due to engineering works.
Due to hazards caused by bike riders on main vehicle forest roads, the roads are blocked until further notice.
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.
Restrooms in the park are closed until further notice.
Recent rainstorms have left several walking and cycling tracks damaged. Travelers are advised to practice caution, and report hazards that they come across.