Weiss Lake Property Daytrip to the Spring Valley Beach Park
Spring Valley Beach Park features one of the largest swimming pools in the Southeast. The park is family owned
and oriented, and offers a family-oriented atmosphere to provide ultimate fun and enjoyment for you and your
family. Just bring your picnic basket; the family of Spring Valley Beach is always there to host your family
throughout the day.
Swimming pool – the main attraction
The swimming pool is the main attraction of Spring Valley Beach Park. The main pool is one of the largest you
will find anywhere. The depth does not exceed 5 feet. And there is a special pool called kiddie pool where kids of
all ages enjoy the fun with water.
The water slides have something for everyone. While the Sidewinder is for daredevils, the Chiller is for speed
lovers. To ride the Sidewinder, you have to climb a four-storey tower. The ride is thrilling, zigzagging and make
sure you scream while riding. The Chiller is actually two water slides built into the side of a hill. It is always
advisable that you wear helmets for your safety while taking Chiller water slides. There is also an aboveground
slide called the Circle-S, which is undoubtedly a fun-ride.
You may ride the water slides as many times as you wish since the price of riding is included in the cost of
admission. An air pump is also available to inflate your rafts and floats. Lifeguards are also there on duty and
they always watch you and your children for your safety.
Price of admission
The price of admission in Spring Valley Beach is quite affordable. Children ages 2 and under can enter without
any charge, along with the adults. However, there is a rule that small children should wear swim diapers. The
charge for admission of 3 years up to 54 inches tall is $13.00 (including tax), while over 54 inches tall children
will be charged $16.00 (including tax). The group rate is quite attractive. If you enter Spring Valley Beach with a
group of 30 people or more, you get a $2.00 off on Admission Price. Season Passes are also available for family as
well as for individual. Family pass costs $49.95+tax per person, while individual pass costs $65 + tax.
The park is available for family reunions, birthday parties and other special events. Usually the park remains
open daily from 10 a.m. to 6 p.m. Saturday and Sunday are the most crowded day in Spring Valley. So if you want to
visit less crowded park come during the week.
Spring Valley Park lets you picnic in the park. You can bring your homemade fpicnic or you can purchase food
from the park’s concession stand where you will find soft drinks, snacks, ice cream and other food items.
There are many picnic tables available on a first come first served basis. However, you can also book your
picnic table earlier. Gazebo rentals are available for $20 a day and each of them offers covered picnic table.
Though you can book your table, you have to arrive at the time of opening i.e. 10 a.m. to claim your gazebo.
Spring Valley Beach is located 2 miles north of Blountsville off of Hwy 231 on County Road 55. It takes around 1
hour to reach Spring Valley Beach from Huntsville. If you are coming from Birmingham keep travelling on Hwy 79, it
will turn into Hwy 231 North. At mile marker 270, turn left; you will get the Spring Valley Beach Road. It takes
approximately 1 hour from Birmingham to reach Spring Valley by car.