Eshkol National Park
Eshkol National Park has lawns, picnic areas and a playground. A fourth-millennium BCE Egyptian way-station was found on a small hill in the center of the park. The Besor Spring emerges at the foot of the hill, creating a warm-water pool. During World War I, Australian soldiers found a Byzantine church mosaic here, now on display in Canberra, Australia. The 18-kilometer Besor Route, a scenic drive with attractions including a rope bridge, begins in the park and ends at Tse’elim junction to the south.