Trip Planner:   USA  /  Alabama  /  Bessemer  /  Theme Parks  /  Alabama Splash Adventure

Alabama Splash Adventure, Bessemer

(180+ reviews on the web)
Water Park
Alabama Splash Adventure is located in Bessemer. With our world travel planner, Bessemer attractions like Alabama Splash Adventure can be center stage of your vacation plans, and you can find out about other attractions like it, unlike it, near it, and miles away.
Create a full Bessemer itinerary

Plan your trip to Bessemer

  • Get a personalized plan

    A complete day-by-day itinerary
    based on your preferences
  • Customize it

    Refine your plan. We'll find the
    best routes and schedules
  • Book it

    Choose from the best hotels
    and activities. Up to 50% off
  • Manage it

    Everything in one place.
    Everyone on the same page.

Plans in Bessemer by other users

View more plans
  • Me and my daughter just went today and we had a blast. I grew up in Gulf Shores, so I had season passes to Waterville as a kid. Even though, it doesn't have as many rides, I think Alabama Splash Adven...  more »
  • Visited the park as part of American Coaster Enthusiasts Preservation Conference and was very impressed. The Koch family made Holiday World a tremendous success and I have no doubt they will do the sa...  more »
  • Since the ownership change a couple of years ago this park has been the definition of great service with a fantastic value. Free parking, sunscreen and drinks. Calm to crazy water rides and slides. An...  more »
  • We went last year for a day and the kids loved it. So this year be bought season tickets. Unlike most theme parks, this place has free parking and free drinks ... well it is Pepsi, but since it is free I can't complain. Water park is fun, but the real reason I agreed on the season passes is to ride the Rampage. I love coasters. Would be great if this park had more, but the Rampage is a good ride and with most of the park guests staying in the water area, you can ride the coaster several times with little or no waiting. It will never compete with Six Flags, but with it being only 40 minutes away, it is something we can do to feel like we are going on vacation any day we want.
  • I used to love going here as a kid. There was various rides and you couldn't visit them all in one day! It was fun. Now, they have barely anything left in there. The tickets have gone from 50 to 75 to 100 dollars! I am not going to pay $100 for only a couple of rides.
  • Alabama Adventure is a fun place for family and kids and it's really enjoyable. The water park has many different things to do and see. The park itself is also kept really clean and in tip top shape. I've given it three starts however because you can easily run out of things to do. When my family and I used to come when I was younger there was so much to do you couldn't fit it all in one day. Now you can finish everything in a few hours. It's just lost its luster, but I believe over time it can regain it.
  • Loved it although we were disappointed with how many amusement park rides are open now vs. When it first opened years ago. The price of tickets vs. What else in town that is available isn't a competitive price. It seems like they want to be compared with a competition in which they cannot compete. The park was very clean, lifeguards aren't top notch (So be prepared to watch your children closely), the amusement park attendants were very nice and friendly.
  • Me and my friend, McKenzie, will go June 6th, I've been before, but she hasn't. So, I'm guiding her! Anyways, this is the most amazing water park you'll EVER find, I'm not overreacting. This place is able to create memories. And, what's best about it, barely anyone gets hurt. Unless you trip and fall at Castaway Island, but the friendly staff is always there to help if you get injured. I highly recommend this park to all families, friends, anyone really. It's awesomeness and amazingness (👈 Not a word, sadly.) all in one!