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Mike BJuly 26, 2017
We take our grandkids to Spring Valley Beach every year. It has become a favorite activity for us. The water park has a huge pool and 6 water slides to enjoy. The park is well maintained and they have... more »
Kate NJune 19, 2017
We took our two kids (5 and 8) and it was great! They were both able to enjoy all of the waterslides (except the two really tall ones). We went during the week, so the lines were short. We packed our ... more »
MOUSEAHOLICAugust 22, 2016
We traveled here with friends a few weeks ago. This was our first trip to SVB in years. The rides were fun and we enjoyed the large pool. We brought a tent and sat it up in the grass for our family. W... more »
TRACIE TOLENTINOJuly 6, 2017
This was a fantastic place to spend the day! There were sunny places to sit and shady places. There was free parking and paid parking. There were pavilions, picnic tables, grilling, concessions, plenty of room to swim, awesome water slides with hardly any lines, lots of shallow water for the kiddies, deeper water for more mature folks, changing areas, restrooms, and lifeguards. It had a wonderful, laid back, relaxed atmosphere, and it was a joy to spend the day there! The season pass is totally affordable, and we had no idea this little gem of a place was even out here! Go!
Narkeita RobertJune 17, 2017
Wow, what an awesome day. You can bring your own cooler, food, grill, tailgate-tents, tubes and drinks. Just leave your attitudes at the gate. This is a family atmosphere and was very peaceful and pleasant - today.
Dane UsryJuly 8, 2017
Pretty high pricing considering the number of slides they have but I was willing to look past that and give it a shot. However, a storm broke out after being there only one hour amd we had to leave the pool. We waited 2 hours and finally decided to leave, as the radar did not show the storm easing anytime soon. I asked the ticket desk about a potential refund, but they laughed it off saying they were "fresh out of rain checks". They were not even willing to talk about a refund, rain check, discount for next time...nothing. They just keep my $52 and tough luck for me. Add to that the rude staff, quality of the slides, lack of floats, and the main attraction only being halfway operational and I won't be making a return trip. I would encourage you to do the same.
Joseph CollierMay 2, 2017
Worst water park I've ever been to. When you walk from the parking lot to the park itself you cross over a 2 ft deep, stagnant, algae filled pond. While I was there, a lot of construction was going on and so I was always trying to find and avoid stray nails as the construction zone overlapped with the hot asphalt walking path. I tried to swim in the pool but someone had defecated in it. About three hours of going on the only halfway decent ride, I returned to the pool only to find it still littered with feces. The slides on the hill are absolutely disgusting. They are simply a tarp winding down a grassy hill. In an attempt to keep the guest "safe," the spring valley beach lawmakers advise that you wear one of their 30, dirty helmets to choose from. While you may not get a concussion, you will certainly contaminate your whole school/office with lice. The "lifeguards" at spring valley beach do as much work as John McCain. They seem to be more interested in how much dip they can pack into their lip than if you seriously injure yourself or others. My guess is that they have loads of confidence in the trusty helmets. After hours of trying not to get infected by every bacteria there was, I went into the pavilion to rest in the shade. While there, I observed a man smoking a cigarette, cooking on an open table top grill, fueled by sticks and twigs his daughters had gathered for him. You might think that this is not that bad, but this flame was within about 10 yards of an elderly woman's oxygen tank. I thankfully left shortly thereafter to a place far away, never to return again.
Erik BrownJuly 5, 2017
We had a great time today at the park! It's just a little too pricey. Great park though!
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