The delightful Eden Spring Park
Eden Spring Park is a small, delightful, popular park 4 Km south of Katzrin that has flowing water and several pools and small waterfalls all year round. None of the pools are deep enough for swimming, although you can wade in the water. There is green grass but no picnicking or bathroom facilities. Walk along the stream and pools to explore the park.
The water source for the park is from the nearby Salukia Spring. Most of its water is channeled to the mineral water company Eden Springs (May Eden), which exports its bottled water to many countries. But some flows south to this park. Between the trees you can see the ruins of an abandoned Syrian village.
Directions: Enter “Eden Springs” into Waze. This will bring you to a parking lot just outside the park.
Admission: There is no admission charge. The gates are closed at night.
Public transport: Enter "מעיונות עדן" into Moovit. There is a bus stop at Katzabia Junction (צומת קצביה) at the intersection of routes 87 and 9088 that is serviced by numerous bus lines, including from Tiberias, Tel Aviv, Jerusalem, Katzrin and Mevo Hama. Eden Springs is about a 500-meter walk from the bus stop.
Enter through the gate and continue straight ahead until you come to the first two pools. For further pools continue walking up the non-paved trail adjacent to the stream. This will bring you in a circle back to the main path.