Spring Valley Beach

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On Saturday Jonathan and I loaded up the girls and headed to Blountsville, AL, to check out Spring Valley Beach Water Park. We’d heard some friends talking about it, so we looked it up on the internet. Though the pictures looked like it would be a lot of fun, we really didn’t know what to expect. As soon as we pulled up, we discovered that we were in for a really fun day.

Spring Valley Beach promotes a family atmosphere, and I think they deliver that quite well. We were able to park easily and find a spot near the pool for our picnic blanket. The girls wanted to hit the pool right away, and who could blame them?


The pool is HUGE – two acres, in fact! It was Patterson’s favorite spot in the whole park, as it has lots of shallower areas for little swimmers. In fact, it a beach entry pool, so people brought their beach chairs and pulled them right into the edge of the water.

One of the most attractive things about Spring Valley is how they really try to accommodate guests, while keeping the park very safe. While lifeguards are numerous and carefully watch the crowd and enforce the swimming rules, they allow guests to bring in coolers, grills, flotation devices, beach chairs, and almost anything else that wouldn’t interfere with the other guests (no alcohol or radios). They really try to make it fun for their customers! In fact, they have fabulous pavilioned areas that guests can reserve for the day.


How much fun would it be to bring a group and stay the day? We actually ran into some of our church friends there and discussed how much fun it would be to bring our Sunday school class here as a group. It would be really fun for an end of the year party for a soccer, baseball, or softball team. And birthday parties would be a blast at Spring Valley. There were lots of groups having family reunions as well.

Not only do they make it fun for big kids, but they have a fabulous splash park at one end of the pool just for smaller kids. The water around this section is only around 12″ deep, and the playground/splash area is so much fun!


And if you need a little more thrill than the pool has to offer, they have several rides to choose from. Our whole family rode several of the water slides. They were fast, but even my little girl loved them. My big girl and I were the only ones brave enough to ride the 360 Rush. Y’all, you climb the stairs to the top so that you are about 40 feet in the air. Then you lie down in a capsule, and in a few seconds the bottom drops out, shooting you down the enclosed slide. You go so fast that when you get to the bottom, you go around and around the circular part.


I’m glad to say we did it once, but I think once was enough for me. It is super fun but super fast!

We never did work up the courage to try the Sidewinder. We’ll save that one for another day!


After the excitement of the mega rides, we ended the day by taking a few more turns on the pool slides. They had about 4 or 5 water slides that both of my girls rode over and over.


Spring Valley Beach is only about an hour north of Birmingham and about 50 miles from Huntsville. They are open 10:00-6:00 most summer days, but check the calendar on their website before you make the trip. We paid the extra $10 to park near the pool instead of the free parking area, and we thought it was well worth it. We went back to our car several times during the day and it was an easy trip. The pavilions are great ($25 fee), but many people brought their own tents and claimed a spot on the sidewalk or grass. We felt like our things were secure on our picnic blanket, but they do rent lockers if you want to store items. We wore flip flops that we didn’t mind getting wet so that we could have shoes to wear in the bathrooms and on the pavement while walking among the different slides.

The super nice folks at Spring Valley Beach have been gracious enough to give us TWO pairs of tickets to give away. You can enter several ways. The giveaway will stay open a week, and next Monday we will randomly select two winners, who will each receive a pair of day passes. Fun, right?

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Spring Valley Beach sent our family passes so that we could visit the park to write this review. All opinions are, as always, my own. I really do think you’ll like Spring Valley Beach as much as we did.


  1. Oh man, Garrett would LOVE this. I’ve never heard of this place before. I don’t even know where Blountsville is, but I’m going to assume Blount county? How fun!

  2. Tammy Stone says

    My grandson wants me to take him to the beach, but will not spend the night away from home. I heard about Spring Valley Beach and promised him that I would take him to the beach with no sharks and we would come home the same day!! He is super excited….AND I would be super excited to win tickets for us! πŸ™‚

  3. I took my kiddos a couple of weeks ago…it was our first time and we love it! We will definitely go back! They even talked me into going on the Side Winder!

  4. Connie Miller says

    I have been wanting to take my daughter to SVB but just haven’t had the money. This would be a super day trip for her and I. Hope I win!!!! Good luck to me and to everyone who enters!!

  5. Sounds like lots of fun! I know my family would enjoy spending the day there! πŸ™‚

  6. Such a wonderful place to spend time with your family and have fun!!

  7. Ashley G says

    I love SVB! We went for the first time last year, and we can’t wait to go back! My son just turned 3, and he keeps asking to go on water slides :).

  8. Benetta Nunnelley says

    We live near SVB and go several times a year. Very nice family oriented place. All the family love it. From the kid areas for the little ones to the bigger slides on thw hill for the older ones. Great time for all. But I have to say one of the best part of the last time we went was my 3 year old grandson riding the big slides and begging to do it again. Awesome times spent with the family

  9. kimberly julie says

    My daughter has cystic fibrosis and swimming is great for her lungs! What a treat it would be to win these tickets and be able to take her

  10. love this place:) need these tickets!!:)

  11. Darlene jarmon says

    My kids would love it they havnt got to do anything this summer I heard y’all have new fun rides of course everythinga fun there IM sure πŸ™‚

  12. Rhonda Heath says

    I would love to bring my grandkids they haven’t ever been there I came several years ago with someone else and I wish I culd bring them they would enjoy it

  13. angel campbell says

    I love this place it is awesome. Been 3 times and would love to bring the kids.. they would have a blast.

  14. Jacque Sanderson says

    Love spending the day at Spring Valley Beach!!

  15. Love the park

  16. Me my hubby and my two kids needed that we would really enjoy it !!!!! πŸ™‚

  17. Samantha Phillips says

    We have never been, but have heard nothing but good things so we are def planning on checking it out soon!

  18. I remember when i first came to Spring Valley Beach. Price of admission was $4.00 a person. there were only 2 attractions, one being the alpine slide, and the other was the tunnel slide. also the swimming area was nothing but a sand bottom pond. A clean pond, but still…a pond. GOODTIMES..GOODTIMES!!!

  19. Samantha Phillips says

    Would love to win!

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