Campground Capacity: 600 people
The entrance fee is per car, for one night of camping:
Weekdays:Fee for private vehicles per night - ₪ 48(Fee until midnight the same day, without sleeping over - ₪ 24)Friday nights and holidays:Fee for private vehicles per night - ₪ 58(Fee until midnight the same day, without sleeping over - ₪ 34)
Discounts and exemptions: Given only to vehicles and on presentation of an appropriate ID at the authority's store or the beach's offices. Discounts: Matmon card holders, senior citizens, disabled, nature conservation officers If you are entitled to a discount, please contact the site office or shop site of the authority's store and present the appropriate ID card and parking ticket.
Camping fee includes admission to the site.
Payment will be made on arrival to the campground at the ticket office. Payments can be made by credit card I cash check payable to the INPA I cash I voucher - by arrangement with the Parks Authority
The campground is open throughout the day during the season.
Families and individuals:Subject to availability, no prior arrangements required
Groups and school students:By prior arrangementPhone: 09-866-6230Email: firstname.lastname@example.orgGroups of more than 50 campers
Campground Open Season:Open all year round, except the Day of Atonement (Yom Kippur)
Opening hours: Sun-Thu - 10:00-20:00; on weekends: 08:00-20:30
Main items: snacks, cold drinks, ice cream, children's beach toys
Equipment for sale: Sun umbrellas - ₪ 35, coal - ₪ 16, packets of ice - ₪ 12, firewood (10 kg) - ₪ 35
Equipment for rental: chairs - ₪ 10
Alexander Stream Hof Bet Yanai National Park is located in the heart of the Sharon area, on both sides of the Haifa-Tel Aviv Highway (Highway 2).
Entrance to the eastern part of the park - via the Bet Yanai Junction. Turn towards Michmoret at the intersection. After crossing the Alexander Stream, turn east (right) onto a dirt road. The road passes beneath the Haifa-Tel Aviv Highway (Highway 4), directly into the heart of the national park from the direction of the Alexander Stream.