Hurshat Tal National Park, in the northern part of the Hula Valley, is the ideal place to spend a day or two or even three. The landscaped lawns and well-kept campground occupy 100 of the approximately 190 acres of the national park. In addition to campsites, the campground has bungalows and rooms for rent.
One stream of the Dan River cuts through the park and fills a large pond which is open for swimming. The waterslides here are among the highest in the country and the fishing area provides a relaxing diversion (at no additional charge).
Some 25 acres of the national park were declared a nature reserve, in part because of the 240 Mount Tabor oaks growing there. Centuries old, these trees are among the largest in Israel. After the rainy season, much of the park is abloom with anemones and other spring flowers in a rainbow of colors.
Hurshat Tal is an ideal base for exploring the Galilee, the northern Golan Heights, and the Mount Hermon area.
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Pool on site, Restaurant, Place for barbecue