Water parks are amazing, am I right? The twisty water slides or the speed slides that send you rushing down are exhilarating! And if speed isn't your thing, you can sit by the pool or relax in the lazy river. Whatever you enjoy, you'll find it at the exciting water parks in north Alabama. Check these out and let us know which one is your favorite. Most water parks open Memorial Day weekend.
Pirate's Bay Water Park
Ahoy, matey! Cool off and have a blast at Pirate's Bay Water Park in Leesburg! It's located near the Great Escapes RV Resort, which is formerly known as Chestnut Bay Resort. (photo by Pirate's Bay Water Park)
Point Mallard Water Park
Point Mallard is home to America's first wave pool! You can have fun in the wave pool, go down the water slides, or relax in the lazy river at Point Mallard Water Park.
Red Bay Water Park
Cool off at the Red Bay Water Park for the summer! There are three pools, two big water slides, and an interactive splash pad area for kids under 48 inches tall. There's also a playground and walking trail.
Sand Mountain Park
The new waterpark in Sand Mountain Park in Albertville is amazing! There are two 25' waterslides, splash pad with 48 spray elements, 3-lane lap pool, interactive stream feature, sports/leisure pool with volleyball net and basketball hoop, 600' lazy river with waterfall feature, vortex pool, shade features, sun bathing chairs, and poolside concessions.
Spring Valley Beach Water Park
Spring Valley Beach in Blountsville is so much fun! The water park has numerous water slides, a kiddie area, and a huge pool. It's also home to the 360 Rush, which is super fun if you're into adrenaline-pumping rides! You can bring food into Spring Valley Beach, and they have pavilions for rent with grills.
WildWater is a brand new water park in Cullman! It features a 22,000 sq.ft. wave pool, 10 thrill rides, a kid's area with 8 slides, a drift river, and the best in food and beverage options. Enjoy a meal from Oasis Bistro for lunch, grab a quick snack at The Gully, and then finish the day with a frozen treat from Iceberg.
Can't get enough water parks?
Listen to our Unexpected Adventures in North Alabama podcast episode all about water parks in north Alabama!