Britannia Park of the Judean lowland is not as busy as its neighbor, the Ayalon–Canada Park, but it is just as fascinating. It has an abundance of landscape formations, plants, animals, archeological remains, recreation areas and what not. In addition, this park with its 40,000 dunams of forested hills, presents many enjoyable and easy walking trails which are suitable for the whole family. Highly recommended are the wells trail and the Pistacia trail. Both are circular and provide a magnificent view of the distant coastal plane. In addition, one can find here some fun bicycle trails. Among the known sites which this park offers are: Tel Azekah (Azekah mound) and the Luzit Caves, the impressive high Masua observation tower, Tel Goded and more. One can arrive at the Park from several directions and using different roads, such as roads number 38 and 353.