Conway Mineral Spring, North Conway, NH

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409 Eagles Way
North Conway, NH, 03860
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Description

Hexagonally Shaped Open Granite Pool. Over a hundred years of history is associated with this spring as a commercial water. This spring was known for an unusual ability to remain fresh, and was used on ship for long voyages. Its Spring House has been recently restored, though maintains its original appearance and feeling, reminiscent of the days of Balneopathy, when people took to the sacred waters. The spring pool has a grate installed to keep things from being deeply submersed, so only the first 8 inches of water is accessible. Bring a scoop of some kind to fill large bottles, which might not fit into the spring. 1 gallon juice bottles fill nicely here and can be used to top of larger bottles.

Mistakenly called a “Mineral Spring”, this springs low TDS makes it perfect for regular drinking! This is one of my personal favorites in the World!

Additional info here and here.

Nearest Address

409 Eagles Way, North Conway, NH, 03860

Directions from Nearest Address

The only building on Eagles Way besides the Spring House is the High School. When driving in, follow the road until you arrive at the High School. The Spring House is unmistakable and on your right side.

Vital Information

  • Fee: None
  • Access: Public
  • Flow: Continuous
  • TDS: 14
  • Temp: 51 F
  • pH: 6.8

Hours Spring is Open:

24 Hours

GPS:

Unknown

Map Link: Conway Mineral Spring Map

Submitted by: Daniel Vitalis

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  1. IcewaLter says:

    The Hexagonal pool and structure is a beautiful tribute to the water contained with in it. It deserves to be at a peak of a mountain. However,It was re-discovered and restored during construction of a high school so it is far from secluded. I brought this point up to Daniel Vitalis(this spring is one of his favorites) and he commented how this spring is sacred to him and how”mature” the water is. My concern was the possible acts of “immature” kids at the school. I just realized. Perhaps its this Yin Yang polarity that makes this water unique.

  2. IcewaLter says:

    The Hexagonal pool and structure is a beautiful tribute to the water contained with in it. It deserves to be at a peak of a mountain. However,It was re-discovered and restored during construction of a high school so it is far from secluded. I brought this point up to Daniel Vitalis(this spring is one of his favorites) and he commented how this spring is sacred to him and how”mature” the water is. My concern was the possible acts of “immature” kids at the school. I just realized. Perhaps its this Yin Yang polarity that makes this water unique.

  3. Guest says:

    Google maps doesn’t pick up Eagles Way; the Google/Bing map is outdated as of Sept 2011. For directions to Kennett High School (and therefore, the spring) use the directions provided on the school’s website:

    https://sites.google.com/a/sau9.org/khscontacts/directions-to-kennett-hs

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