Mitzpe Kramim (Hebrew: מצפה כרמים, lit. Vineyards Lookout) is an Israeli settlement outpost in the West Bank. Located on mountain ridge overlooking the Jordan River Valley in the West Bank, it falls under the jurisdiction of Mateh Binyamin Regional Council.
Mitzpe Keramim was first established in 1999 on Israeli Independence Day near Kokhav HaShahar. Several second generation families from Kokhav HaShahar left their homes and moved to a hill south of the village. Less than a year later, after an agreement with the Ehud Barak government, the group was relocated to a hilltop closer to Kokhav HaShahar. Only a few months afterwards though, a new village, Ma'ale Shlomo, was established on that original site.
Today seventeen families including about forty children live in Mitzpe Kramim.