These 8 Water Parks In Alabama Are Pure Bliss For Anyone Who Goes There
Water parks are great for cooling off and enjoying some fun in the sun. They normally feature attractions such as waterslides, pool areas, lazy rivers, splash pads, etc. Listed below are 8 water parks in Alabama you should definitely visit before summer comes to an end.
1. Southern Adventures - Huntsville, Alabama
Editor's Note: We're sorry to say that after many years of service to the community, Southern Adventures is permanently closed.
Southern Adventures is a family-oriented water and amusement park that offers year-round entertainment for people of all ages.
2. Spring Valley Beach - Blountsville, Alabama
Spring Valley Beach, 2340 County Hwy 55, Blountsville, AL 35031, USA
Spring Valley Beach
is a family-owned and operated water park covering 25 acres. They provide free suntan lotion, free parking, and it's also home to the Southeast's largest pool. Spring Valley Beach is located at 2340 County Hwy 55, Blountsville, AL 35031.
3. Alabama Splash Adventure - Bessemer, Alabama
Alabama Adventure & Splash Adventure, 4599 Splash Adventure Pkwy, Bessemer, AL 35022, USA
Alabama Adventure & Splash Adventure
, formerly known as Visionland, is a combination water park and theme park, and it's also the largest tourist attraction in the state offering everything from thrilling waterslides to fun and exciting amusement rides for the entire family. Alabama Splash Adventure is located at 4599 Visionland Pkwy, Bessemer, AL 35022.
4. Point Mallard Park - Decatur, Alabama
Point Mallard Park, 2901 Point Mallard Cir SE, Decatur, AL 35601, USA
Point Mallard Park
has been a community feature for over 50 years. Spanning 500 acres it features a lazy river, wave pool, and Olympic-sized swimming pool, in addition to other water fun features. It is located at 2901 Point Mallard Drive, Decatur, AL 35602.
5. Waterville USA - Gulf Shores, Alabama
Waterville USA/Escape House, 906 Gulf Shores Pkwy, Gulf Shores, AL 36542, USA
Next up on our list of the best
Alabama water parks
is Waterville USA, a 20-acre combination water park and amusement park with what are regarded as some of the best rides on the Gulf Coast of the state.. Waterville USA is located at 906 Gulf Shores Pkwy,
Gulf Shores, AL 36542.
6. Water World - Dothan, Alabama
Water World, 401 Recreation Rd, Dothan, AL 36303, USA
Water World Water Park
features attractions such as a large wave pool, multiple slides, a kiddie pool, and several picnic areas. However, its main attraction that brings in the crowds is its Giant Rip Tide Wave Pool. You will find this water park at 401 Recreation Rd, Dothan, AL 36303.
7. Fayette Aquatic Center - Fayette, Alabama
Fayette Aquatic Center, 218 23rd St NE, Fayette, AL 35555, USA
The Fayette Aquatic Center
is a family-oriented water park featuring a pool, three water slides, a kiddie play area, a lazy river, and a splash pad. It is definitely one of the best places for family fun or an exciting adventure with friends in the area. Fayette Aquatic Center is located at 218 23rd St NE, Fayette, AL 35555.
8. Red Bay Water Park - Red Bay, Alabama
Red Bay City Water Park, 703 2nd St W, Red Bay, AL 35582, USA
Red Bay Water Park features waterslides,
, and a park with play equipment. What you'll find here that is different from traditional water parks is that there are also two adults-only slides and guests have the ability to book private parties for the pool. Red Bay Water Park is located at 650 2nd St NE, Red Bay, AL 35582.
Have you been to any of these water parks? If so, which ones were your favorites? We’d love to read about your experiences in the comments section below!
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