Close this search box.

Hurshat Tal National Park

Exploring the Golan

The Hurshat Tal National Park is A lovely national park located in the north of the Hula Valley and at the foot of Mount Hermon. There you will find cool streams of water from Nahal Dan and a large lake for swimming (bring inflatable mattresses ;). For those who don’t know, this is a lovely place for camping! There is also an option to stay overnight (in my opinion, less recommended in the summer months). In the overnight parking lot there is a flow of water streams in built and shallow canals and the children really, really enjoyed playing in them! There are many picnic tables (also in the water) and power points. If you come for a couple of days, then the area is amazing and there are many nearby options for a trip.

In This Photo: You Can See Mt. Hermon From the Park

An Amazing Nature Reserve

The Hurshat Tal National Park was established to protect old Valonia oak trees in the region and was declared a nature park in 1968.  These centuries-old trees survived for many years as part of a local Muslim holy site which is reflected in the Arabic name for the site, Sejrat el-Asara (Grove of the Ten). The grove of ancient Mt. Tabor oaks is one of the main attractions in the park. Nearby is the Orchids Reserve, presenting a rare range of types of orchids that exist nowhere else in Israel.

Hurshat Tal National Park

The recreation and camping grounds in the Hurshat Tal National Park offer cabins and bungalows for overnight camping. There is a man-made swimming pool in the park that uses water from one of the tributaries to the Dan River that cuts through the park. The pool has a shallow area and two deep areas, and the water is a chilly 12 degrees C (55 F) all year round.

In This Photo: The Park is a Great Place for Picnics!

Points of Interest

·         The Oak Tree Grove of ancient Mt. Tabor oaks and the observation of grazing Mesopotamian fallow deer.

·         A man-made swimming pool fed by the waters of the Dan Stream.

·         Spectacular winter flowering of anemones.

·         Tours of the Orchids Reserve and 13 species of orchids.

In This Photo: The Little Huts You Can Rent at Husrshat Tal

Hurshat Tal National Park: Opening Hours

Sunday – Thursday, and Saturday: 8:00 – 17:00 (16:00 during winter).

Friday and holidays eve: 8:00 – 16:00 (15:00 during winter).

Swimming hours are from 8:00 until half an hour before the site closes


Hi! My name is Arik, an Israeli native who dedicated his life to sharing my passion for the Holy Land with those interested in knowing more about this incredible piece of land. I’m the Chief Guide at ‘APT Private Tours in Israel’.

Did you know the Hoopoe is Israel's national bird?! For more cool info about Israel, join our ever growing community and get exclusive travel tips, and giveaways!

Birdwatching in the Hula Valley


Underwater Observatory Park

Eilat's Coral World Underwater Observatory Park is a public aquarium, park, and conservation center located in Eilat, Israel.

Ruhama Badlands

Ruhama Badlands is a nature reserve in the area of ​​Kibbutz Ruhama in the Negev. In Winter and Springtime is covered with flowers in bloom!

Bethsaida National Park

Bethsaida is an archaeological site on the Sea of Galilee. An ancient city where it told Peter and Andrew came from. Don't miss it!

Mount Carmel National Park

Mount Carmel National Park in Israel is the largest national park in the country! Rich with Flora and Fauna, a marvelous time is guaranteed!

Hamat Gader

Hamat Gader is known for its natural beauty, hot springs, and ancient historical sites, making it a must-visit for anyone touring Israel.


Magdala is believed to have been the birthplace of Mary Magdalene, one of Jesus' closest followers. Rich with archeological finds is a must!

Dome of the Rock

The Dome of the Rock is a magnificent Islamic shrine with a massive gold dome situated on the Temple Mt in Jerusalem. A must-see site!

Wadi Qana Nature Reserve

Wadi Qana Nature Reserve is located between the localities of the Samaria Regional Council and the Karnei Shomron Local Council. The reserve is a declared ...

Tomb of Benei Hezir

The Tomb of Benei Hezir is a tomb hewn from stone in the historic Mount of Olives Jewish cemetery of Jerusalem. Previously (and mistakenly) known ...

Ein Gedi’s Ancient Synagogue

Ein Gedi's ancient synagogue is dating back to the 3rd or 4th century CE, is one of the oldest synagogues in Israel.

Need help?