Spring Valley Beach Water Park
Spring Valley Beach Waterpark is a family owned and operated waterpark located in Blountsville, Alabama. The water park is approximately 60 minutes north of Birmingham, AL and approximately 60 minutes south of Huntsville, Alabama right off of Highway 231.
Spring Valley Beach is nestled away on 25 acres making for a perfect get-a-way adventure for the whole family. Spring Valley Beach has been recognized as a "Driving Destination", an "Absolutely Alabama attraction", and a "Tennessee Valley Treasure." Spring Valley Beach is a charming, one-of-a-kind, family-owned water park; it is the only waterpark in the southeast where you can bring your own picnic basket or grill to the park, provides free suntan lotion, and offers free parking. With more than 20 gazebos and pavilion areas, 10 thrilling water slides, the Southeast's largest pool, and a huge Kids water playground; Spring Valley Beach really does provide something for any occasion.
Spring Valley Beach Waterpark has continued to be one of the premier travel destinations in the South. Whether guests seek thrilling water slides or a relaxing experience, Spring Valley offers something for every age and interest.
It is not officially summer at the Jackson house until we go to our favorite water park- Spring Valley! The staff are so nice and this place is the cleanest public water park I have ever seen. We love it here and we always feel safe. I cannot say enough about how amazing it is. Family fun every visit!
Clean, nice variety of concessions and activities, new slides had been added since last time we visited, green areas and shade trees and picnic areas were nice. Huge blue pool really fun but depth max was around 5 feet, so it was too warm on a hot July day. Still earns 5 stars from me. My girls loved the big slides and short wait times. We will be back. It is pricey, but they did offer a small military discount.
Loved it plenty of Life guards and the slides are amazing. There are platforms to watch from if can't or won't do the slides.
Great place however I personally witnessed an employee being TOTALLY rude to another guest and speaking down to her! I was stunned at how nasty he was! It was totally unnecessary and uncalled for
This was a fantastic place to spend the day! There were sunny places to sit and shady places. There was free parking and paid parking. There were pavilions, picnic tables, grilling, concessions, plenty of room to swim, awesome water slides with hardly any lines, lots of shallow water for the kiddies, deeper water for more mature folks, changing areas, restrooms, and lifeguards. It had a wonderful, laid back, relaxed atmosphere, and it was a joy to spend the day there! The season pass is totally affordable, and we had no idea this little gem of a place was even out here! Go!