Recommended by: Rena London Update on park haagam (was Park Zikit)in maale adumim. Kids ages 3-13 had a great time. There was shade for the adults to sit in. Rope climbing (age 6+) and pedal cars for older kids, two rides for younger kids, gymboree, jumping castles and paddle boats/kayaks. Description: Fun for the whole…

Israel’s biggest amusement parks are putting on a show this Passover. Here are details, opening times of some of the best and how it needn’t cost as much as you think for a full fun day out of attractions, thrills and rides.   Superland Superland is ideal fun for all the family because it has…

Recommended by: Nathalie The suspended bridges in the KKL park of Nesher ( under 10 minutes walk from parking lot). was nice. Nothing too hard (though there are some trails in the forest of this park- we met people who did a 1:30 h hike there, but we went in just for the bridge). pretty…

Recommended by: Liesbeth Van Oorschot ‘Sept 2013 – Opened 8 days ago: Amazing playground in Ramat Hasharon! For all ages, especially the climbing and big slides for big kids are impressive. But also the water playground (for 1 – 6 years) was wonderful  bring towels. There is a free parking next to it and half…

Recommended by: Michal Kessler Steinhart ‘Had an amazing time at Park Anava in Modiin… 5 seater boats for half an hour… climbing equipment… Stunning playground… Shaded picnic table… Clean bathrooms…’  Description: Park/duck pond/boating lake/dinosaur models/playground/picnic areas/trampolining (at a cost)  

Recommended by: Nikki ‘There is an amazing park in Zichron with great swings,slides and other climbing attractions.’ Description: Park/playground/Water fountains during summer – also called Park Hamoshava. During summer months the fountain is on 8-11am and then again 16:00-22:00 Image courtesy of news1.co.il

Recommended by: Elana Kohn “Took my kids to the new park in Ashdod (“Park Ashdod Yam”). I wanted a close, free activity- and it was great! There was nothing to pay for there if I wanted to (didn’t even have a ice cream stand yet!) The park is new, so will still be developing, but…

Recommended by: Abbi Adest ‘Park Kfar Saba has great playgrounds and really nice picnic/mangal areas. We did a get together there with friends with lots of kids and everyone had a great time.’  Description: Really big, beautiful park with lots of areas to explore.

Recommended by: Recommended by: Emily Kirschenbaum “Park Herzliya is one of our favorite places to go–the kids love the slides!” Description: Herzliya Park is a green expanse in the heart of the city, featuring a toddler play area, huges slides, omega, barbecue area, a stage and amphitheatre, lake, natural winter springs, playground, walking trails, 1.2km…

Recommended by: Jeremy Kaye “Caesaria – worth a trip….spent half a day there on Friday – kids had fun, great old ancient ruins in a really beautiful area.” Description: Note: On Holidays there are often special events thatmake the site come alive as it was in ancient Israel. Travel Through Time – Sound and Light…