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Nice campsite in the north?

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Nice campsite in the north?

A small group of friends (including me) are planning to go camping for one of the upcoming Shabbat/weekends. We have our own tents, would like to be somewhere in the north, preferably by the sea or a lake, and would like a site with some basic facilities eg toilets and water. Can anyone recommend a campsite? We'd be particularly interested in somewhere likely to be at the quieter end of the scale, as we all keep Shabbat.

thanks for any suggestions!

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1. Re: Nice campsite in the north?

Wow, there are a lot of nice places. You can stay at a Kinneret beach that allows overnights, they always have facilites.

Anyway, here's the official website of the night campgrounds in Israel, those which include basic facilities - toilet, showers etc. (operated by the National Parks authority)

http://www.campingil.org.il/

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2. Re: Nice campsite in the north?

Hurshat Tal. Although I cannot promise quiet perse but I know many shomrei Shabbat who have been rhere on Shabbat as well as week days and since its a park as opposed to a campsire or beach may have an eruv.

Chana

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3. Re: Nice campsite in the north?

Go to the Camping in Kibutz Dafna. Highly recomnded.

http://www.park-dafna.com/

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4. Re: Nice campsite in the north?

Thanks for the suggestions - all sound like great options.

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