We are relieved to tell you that the proposed strike has been cancelled! Phew!   Why is this Passover different from all other years? News is breaking that staff of the National Parks and Nature Authority will be launching a strike right in the middle of Pesach. Israel’s parks draw hundreds of thousands of tourists…

Recommended by: Devora Hosseinof We went to the ‘Extreme Park’ in Acco and highly recommend it. The prices were not too bad. Lauren Sidi  We are just on our way home from Extreme in Akko…during the week you can book a private instructor to take you on all the activities for 130nis each…we were in…

Recommended by: Sara Reichenbach Manor Here to post a hearty recommendation for Park Canada. 15 years in this country and somehow had never visited. We took our 3 and 5yo boys to the area near the lake (only a small part of the park) and spent hours walking/jumping/splashing uphill alongside the creek. kids pretended to…

Recommended by: Michelle Levy Archery activity. A great stop off if you’re on your way up north. Just over an hour from Raanana. You learn how to use the bow and arrow, and get lots of target practice, including bursting a balloon which the kids loved! For kids 7+, as you need strength, and fun for…

Recommended by: Renee Shalom Kingsley  Was at new Jumpark in Rishon. Good choice of activities. A trapeze swing and ball pool, Olympic trampoline, loads of regular trampolines, climbing wall and more. Separate area for 3-6 year olds and free play room Gymboree for under 3. Lots of space for adults to sit and a big…

Recommended by: Elana Kohn Found a great park in Yavneh, called Park Hanachal (according to waze), in Yavneh Hachadasha/ yeruka. Really big and clean and colorful, with cool climbing structures and also nice areas for little kids (so you can play with little kids in one area while watching big kids climb). I don’t see…

Recommended by: Chaya Kauffman “We went to a wonderful action playground in Carmiel on Chol Ha-moed Pesach. They have unusual climbing frames, mini golf, giant chequers, a fun maze, football area, table tennis. I think it was about 25 shequels entry and all the games were free. you just have to give your identity card…

Description: A great park – Hanocha –  in Givatayim that has water sprinkler fun in the summer months of July and august, 16:30-19:00 There is also a fun playground nearby, as well as the mall close by! Photo credit: Yael Tzur

Recommended by:  ‎Becky Algarissi‎ If you are traveling through the Beit shean valley with kids 3-12 I highly recommend stopping at the new “park eucalyptus” aka park kk”l Switzerland in beit shean. The playground is fully shaded, but for kids 3+, there is no toddler area. There are places to sit and picnic (tables) not shaded, and…

Recommended by: Gila Betesh ‘There’s something called hof hayam beer sheva, its like sprinklers with the ground painted blue to pretend to be the ocean, we were there last summer’ Description: Fountains for some free, wet, fun – bringing some beach-side atmosphere to the town of BeerSheba! Between the Irya building and the Mishkan for Art (Omanut),…