The Negev's metropolitan park. It covers an area of some5,300 dunam (~1,325 acres), and along its length are assorted attractions: bike and walking paths along the banks of biblical Be'er-Sheva's river, a variety of green public areas, playgrounds, an amphitheater for12,000 spectators, unique historical and archaeological sites.
In the park are various tourist attractions: the Turkish Bridge, the Bell Park, the Pipes Bridge, the Imber Promenade, and the Bet Eshel Compound.
Future projects being planned: an artificial lake area and 'Sporteque' that will include advanced sports facilities and playing fields.
Recommended route: Ride a bicycle or walk along the Imber Promenade till the Bell Park.
From the Turkish Bridge, one can ride through 11 green bowers in the River Park, until Tel Be'er-Sheva.