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In the midst of orangegroves planted by early settlers and adjacent to an orange packing plant from the time of the Turkish rule in Israel, Shvil Hatapuzim was born in 1997.
Borrowing from Nahum Gutman’s style and book “Shvil Klipot Hatapuzim” the founders created a park born out of love for nature and children. The activities and attractions of this wondrous place have been hand-crafted by the builders with special attention to preserving the park’s natural beauty and its environment.
love for the land, nature, creation and people. In the heart of orchards planted by the Rotman family, one of the first settlers in the city of Hadera, lies the “orange trail”which arose out of
The park was built out of our desire to give our guests an experience of active recreation in nature throughout the year, to restore the joy of the game, to disconnect from the screens and connect with nature, the family and especially the inner child in each of us.
The “Oranges Trail”was established in 1997 and since then has been constantly evolving and creative. In 2014, the park was closed in order to change the designation of the land, and in 2017 reopened, and today there are activities in a variety of fields for a variety of ages.
The parkis located between Caesarea and Gan Shmuel, halfway from Haifa to Tel Aviv, and covers an area of about 10 dunams of Pardes Yavne. The natural nature of the place was carefully preserved in order to maintain the orchard as it was decades before the park was established.
The main building is an old packing house from the days of the Turks (built in 1910), which has been renovated and serves today as a place to host as a cafe for the enjoyment of visitors.
The magic of the“orange trail”was born out of the dream of creating a place where man respects nature as well as the person next to him.