Spring Valley Beach Water Park is a unique water park conveniently located just a short drive from Birmingham!
Spring Valley Beach Water Park is a family owned and operated water park 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 Highway 231. The address is 2340 County Hwy 55, Blountsville, AL 35031.
SVB is nestled away on 25 acres making for a perfect get-a-way adventure for the whole family. The park has been recognized as a “Driving Destination”, an “Absolutely Alabama attraction”, and a “Tennessee Valley Treasure.” Spring Valley Beach Water Park is a charming, one-of-a-kind, family-owned water park; it is the only water park 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 Water park 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.
We talked with the owner, Travis Gilliland, about what you should expect when visiting Spring Valley Beach! Check out the information below before your next trip to the water park.
Frequently Asked Questions
Are there any lifeguards?
Yes, lifeguards are on duty everywhere around the park at each one of the pools. A lifeguard is at the top and bottom of each slide.
Can I bring food?
Yes, you can bring in your own food to the park. There are also concessions available for purchase.
Are coolers permitted?
Yes, coolers and ice are allowed at the park. Alcohol is not allowed inside the park.
Are the grills available for me to use?
Yes, there are grills available for you to use and they are located throughout the park. They are first come, first serve.
What if I want to bring my own grill?
You are more than welcome to bring your own grill to use.
How can I reserve a pavilion?
There are 10 pavilions that can be reserved at the park that range from holding up to a family of 8 to a group of 30 people. Pavilion rentals are non-refundable and non-transferable. Prices start at $50 and go up to $200 depending on size and availability. Call or email SVB at Springvalleybeachinfo@gmail.com to make your pavilion rental.
Are pop-up tents allowed?
Yes, you can bring your own pop-up tent to set up a shady area/site for the day. The only ask if that you do not block any walkways. You are also able to bring in bags, chairs, and small tents for shade.
Do you provide towels?
It is advised to bring your own towels. The park does have a limited supply of towels, swimsuits, and goggles that you can purchase.
Does Spring Valley Accept Credit Cards?
Yes! Cash and cards are accepted at the entry gate and concessions.
Do you offer refunds or rainchecks?
No refunds or rainchecks. Please check the weather forecast before visiting the park. However, the park does not close for rain. If it starts lightning, they will get everyone out of the pool and off the slides until it stops, then they let you back in.
Is there a height requirement for the slides?
The only slide with a height requirement is the 360 Rush. You have to be at least 4ft tall to ride.
Pricing for Admission
- General Admission: $26
- Child (48″ & under): $2
- Senior (age 62+): $21
Prices include tax. Children 2 and under are admitted free with a paid adult.
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This post is sponsored by Spring Valley Beach Water Park.
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