Kfar Saba Park has a variety of attractions, both for adults and children. There is a small zoo, a barbeque area, facilities for children, and more. Let’s begin exploring!
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Kfar Saba Park is long and narrow. Thus it has several entrances. The main entries are located near Weizmann Street 185, Levita Soccer Stadium, and HaGalil Street 65.
Interactive Map of the area:
And here is the map of the park:
Note: you can click on the map to enlarge it.
The trail from Weizmann Street to HaGalil Street, which leads through the park, is 1.8 km. And as you walk in the park, you will see signs telling how many meters to each of the gates.
There are parking lots by all the mentioned entrances. All of them have blue and white curbs, in other words, paid parking. But you can always park further away for free and walk to the park.
According to the official site, the opening hours are:
Sunday – Saturday (seven days a week including holidays): 5:30 – 23:00
Note: my latest visit to Kfar Saba Park was in April 2021. So the park is working as usual during the Coronavirus.
And here are the opening hours of the zoo:
Monday – Friday: 10:00 – 14:00
Monday – Thursday: 16:00 – 19:00 (till 18:00 during September – February)
Saturday: 10:00 – 16:00
Here are the opening hours if the skatepark:
As in Raanana Park, there is a Sky Jump complex. But they did not list exact opening hours and wrote till evening. When my oldest daughter was on the bungee trampoline, I overheard a staff member saying that he will close at 19:00.
The entrance to Kfar Saba Park is free. And additional activities are at an extra cost.
The zoo entrance costs 10 NIS per a Kfar Saba resident and 15 NIS per non Kfar Saba resident. Children above the age of two require a ticket.
And here is the pricelist for the activities at Sky Jump:
And now let’s go over the different attractions at Kfar Saba park. We will start at Weizmann Street and walk towards HaGalil Street.
Near Weizmann Street gate you can find a children playground (#5 orange on the map).
There is another complex for kids near the soccer stadium (#4 blue on the map). And we will see it later.
As you can see in the photo above, by this playground, you can find a stadium. Thus, let’s mention the sports facilities.
Also, near the Weizmann Street gate, you can find a stadium (#6 orange on the map). And since there are lights, you can play there after sunset.
And near the Giraffes, you can find a small sports complex (#3 orange on the map). There are ping pong tables, a TRX stand, and several strength-training machines.
There is a second sports complex near the soccer stadium (#7 blue on the map).
The Winter Pool
Further on the way, and a little to the side, you can find the winter pool (#1 orange on the map). And I was hoping to see some birds.
But as you can see, during March 2021, it was already dry, and there were no birds. Here are two additional photos of the winter pool.
Further to the north you can find the pump track (#14 blue on the map).
The pump track is not big, but kids love it.
Near the pump track, you can find the barbeque area (#11 blue on the map). This designed area has running water and restrooms nearby. And the closest entrance is at Har Tavor Street.
On one side of the barbeque area you can find the Skatepark (#13 blue on the map).
Note: see opening hours of the skatepark at the top of this page.
And on the other side there is a maze (#12 blue on the map).
Near Levita Soccer Stadium you can find a small zoo (#9 blue on the map).
Near the entrance to the zoo, there is a ticket machine. After purchasing tickets a staff member will let you in.
As you enter, you will find yourself in a yard with a small pond in the center. You can find parrots, reptiles, snakes, meerkats, a camel, a donkey, and other animals in this area.
Also, there are restrooms, benches and picnic tables.
And if you continue further ahead, then you will find sheep and goats.
Near Hai Park, you can find Sky Jump (#8 blue on the map). Sky Jump offers several activities, and you can see additional details in the entrance fee section above.
The second sports complex:
As mentioned above, here is the second complex for kids.
And behind this children playgrounds you can find a hockey rink (#3 blue on the map).
And we will continue walking to the west, towards HaGalil Street and the ecological pool.
Here are several photos of the ecological pool (#1 blue on the map):
And since we covered the whole park, this is the time to end this guide.
Raanana Park was the first of its kind in the Sharon area. And other cities, like Kfar Saba, followed. And I am glad they did. Many people enjoy this park, and I never saw it empty. It is one of the best municipal parks.
Have you ever been to Kfar Saba Park? Tell us about your experience in the comments below.
That’s all for today, and I’ll see you in future travels!
Additional ResourcesHere are several resources that I created to help travelers:
- Israel Trip Planner is the page that will help you to create your perfect travel route.
- National Parks And Nature Reserves page lists and put all national parks on the map. There is also a top list, information about ticket types and campsites.
- If you are looking for things to do, here are the pages for Jerusalem, Tel Aviv, Haifa, Sea Of Galilee, and Makhtesh Ramon.
- Wondering what events are there in Israel? Here is the Events And Festivals By Season guide.