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The Peace Forest is planted with pine, oak, and cedar trees.
The lush green forest, only a 3-minute walk from the First Train Station, boasts a peaceful atmosphere and unique location, making the camping site a highly desirable destination. Visitors can enjoy the serenity of the forest, as well as the convenience of being close to the city, where they can explore a variety of attractions, dine at restaurants, and visit charming spots.
The former Prime Minister of Italy, Silvio Berlusconi, former President of the Soviet Union, Michail Gorbachev, singer Julio Iglesias, and other famous individuals have planted trees in the forest.
The guest accommodation complex in the Peace Forest is fully equipped and offers a variety of lodging options for the whole family.
Camping in the Peace Forest
Check-in: Sunday to Thursday, between 3:00pm and 10:00pm. Friday between 1:00pm until one hour before the Sabbath begins.
Check-out: Sunday to Thursday at 11:00am. Saturday night- until one hour after the Sabbath ends.
There is ample free parking at the entrance to the site.
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Bus lines that travel along Hebron Road: 7, 71, 72, 74, 75
Bus stop: Hebron Road/Ha’maabada, Hebron Road/Chanoch Albeck
Turn into Naomi Street where there is a fork in the road with clear signs pointing right to the Peace Forest and Segway Tours. Follow the road to the right of the fork, past Planet building, to Derech Gdud 68 Street. After 200 meters there is another sign on the left for “Segway Tours”. Turn left down the pathway to the parking lot. At the far end of the parking lot, there is a sign by a green gate that says, “Welcome to the Peace Forest”. This is the entrance to the site.
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