Spring Park is Tuscumbia's most popular park. It is located in downtown Tuscumbia, just south of the central business district. Spring Park consists of a large spring forming a lake which supplies the city's drinking water; a two story open air shelter; several single story shelters; public restrooms; large playground area: open space areas; off-street parking; barbeque grills, lights, and power outlets.

Located inside Spring Park is Cold Water Falls, the world's largest man-made natural stone waterfall to be known in existence. The waterfall was in construction for 120 days and the largest stone weighs 77,000 pounds. Approximately 4,320,000 gallons of water pass over the falls each day.

The lake features a memorial water fountain dedicated to the memory of Princess Im-Mi-Ah-Key the wife of Chief Tuscumbia. There are 51 jets that make up the fountain. The center jet shoots water in excess of 100 feet into the air and the other 50-shoot water 40-50 feet into the air. All jets are choreographed to lights and music.

Open daily, year round.

For more information about Spring Park, call (256) 386-5670.


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