Ashkeluna Water Park
Sunday to Friday, 09:00-16:00
Dahlia Beach Ashkelon
08 673 9971 or 08 673 9992
60 NIS (age three and up)
See also Ashkeluna (Hebrew) Website
Ashkeluna Water Park, near Dahila Beach in the coastal city of Ashkelon, is a religious-friendly and “shomer shabbat” water park that opens from Lag B’Omer to Rosh Chodesh Elul. For religious families (especially those who come on a Bar Mitzvah tour in Israel) who also want to have a rip-roaring fun in and with the water, Ashkeluna Water Park is an ideal destination.
There are several attractions at Ashkeluna park, including super-fast kamikaze rides, slalom rides and rappelling. For smaller children, there is also a “Kids World” for toddlers with five mini slides and a small pool for children under age eight. The water park also boasts a semi-Olympic-sized swimming pool and a large lagoon pool.
Beit Halomotay – Dreamland Water Park
Givat Brenner (Rehovot Area)
68 NIS for child, 39 NIS for adult
See also Dreamland Hebrew Website
Beit Halomotay is a lot more than just a water park for children. It is also a fun amusement park with a variety of attractions and activities for the whole family. It holds a variety of workshops and activities specifically aimed for kids, even including cooking and even “birthday food” workshops! There are also other sites of interest,including a zoo, a museum, and an amusement park, as well as nature walks and trips. It also organizes summer camps.
Menachim Begin Park, Tel Aviv
Sunday to Thursday – 10:00 to 22:00
Friday – 9:00 to 17:00
(Site is open all year round, but it is also subject to change depending on the activities taking place on the site)
Arrivals must also be arranged in advance:
Members of the Slalom Club – Friday, 6:30 to 9:00 and Saturday, 7:30 to 10:00
Slalom Team B – Wednesday, 6:30 to 8:00
First hour – 110 NIS (including training and equipment)
Two hours – 170 NIS
Private lesson – 220 NIS
Daily ski pass – 300 NIS
Wakeboard rental – 20 NIS (up to five hours of skiing including wakeboard)
Lake TLV is touted to be the biggest and the leading water ski site in the country. It is located in the heart of Menachem Begin Park (next to the renewed Sharon Park) in southern Tel Aviv, Lake TLV offers a variety of water sports activities on a large man-made lake. It is also a good place to take your water ski and wakeboard lessons, watch national and international wakeboard championships, meet the best wakeboard riders in Israel and enjoy a variety of extreme sport facilities.
Cable skiing, one of the popular activities there, is suitable for both inexperienced amateurs and professionals who use it for training and competitions.
Other activities offered include bike trails, fitness facilities, lawn areas, and so much more. It is a great place to be active and to try more adventurous water sports for groups of friends, families, and companies that are looking for a fun “team building.”