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National Parks 

Harod spring
The Harod Spring bubbles in a cave on the slopes of Mount Gilboa. The clear water flows in a brook through the grassy Harod Spring National Park. The National Park also has a very large swimming pool and meadows.
Distance from Ein Harod: 4.5 k”m , 7 min.

Gan Ha’shlosha
Since its water is 28 degrees centigrade summer and winter, visitors of the park Park can swim in the river year all year round. The water collects in a natural pool.The riverbanks have well-tended lawns and a landscaped garden.
Distance from Ein Harod: 12 k”m , 10 min.

Beit She’an National Park
“And David went and took the bones of Saul and the bones of Jonathan his son from the men of Jabeshgilead, which had stolen them from the street of Bethshan, where the Philistines had hanged them, when the Philistines had slain Saul in Gilboa”(2 Samual 21:12)

In the national park of Beit she’an you can climb on the manmade hill, covering the remains of an ancient settlement, the Roman 7000 seat theater, the ancient public bath house, the great pillar street, the amphitheater and many ancient structures.
Distance from Ein Harod: 15 k”m , 15 min.

Tel Meggido national park
“Josiah would not turn his face from him, but disguised himself, that he might fight with him, and hearkened not unto the words of Necho from the mouth of God, and came to fight in the valley of Megiddo”(Chronicles 35:20)

Megiddo is a hill near the modern settlement of Megiddo, known for theological, historical and geographical reasons. According to some interpretations of the Christian Bible, this place will be the venue for Armageddon (that derives from the name’s place in Hebrew) or the final battle between the forces of light led by Jesus Christ and the forces of darkness led by Satan or the Anti-Christ after the End of Days.
Distance from Ein Harod: 29 k”m , 25 min.

Kohav Hayarden
The Kochav Hayarden National Park is on the eastern part of the Issachar Ridge, on the edge of the steep slope overlooking the Jordan Valley. The builders of the fortress called it Belvoir (beautiful view) because of its magnificent view. The fortress here is the best restored and only completely excavated Crusader-period fortress in Israel. South of the fortress is a sculpture garden with works by Israeli artist Igael Tumarkin.
Distance from Ein Harod: 33 k”m , 30 min.

Beit alfa
In Beit alfa, a beautiful mosaic of the zodiac and the story of the sacrifice of Isaac awaits you. The Beit Alfa synagogue was constructed in the fifth century C.E. and was preserved and kept as a national site. 
Distance from Ein Harod: 10 k”m , 11 min.

Zippori – also known as Sepphoris – is first mentioned in Josephus Flavius description of the reign of Hasmonean king Alexander Jannaeus. A few decades hence, Zippori had become the most important city in the Galilee. The Zippori tour guide center offers a number of tours and special programs about the history of the Zippori area.
Distance from Ein Harod: 45 k”m , 40 min.

Tiberias was built at about 20AD by Herod Antipas and it became the capital of his realm in Galilee. In the early 1950’s the municipality of Tiberias decided to construct a soccer field in the city’s old cemetery. As work began, it became clear that the entire area contained archaeological remains uncovering the city wall and towers, private dwellings, a Beit Midrash and a Byzantine church. These excavations were an attempt to better understand the layout, culture and character of the one thousand years old city.
Distance from Ein Harod: 53 k”m , 45 min.

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