Healing Springs, Blackville, SC

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Healing Springs Ct
Blackville, SC 29817
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Description

Several spouts. Well kept. This document from the SC Dept. of Natural Resources has some interesting information about it: http://www.dnr.sc.gov/lwc/pubs/pdfs/scspringslettersize.pdf

Nearest Address

Healing Springs Ct., Blackville, SC

Directions from Nearest Address

I had no trouble finding it by searching for ‘healing springs, blackville, SC’ in google maps. From highway SC-3, turn east on Healing Springs Rd., then turn right after a block or so on to Healing Springs Ct. There’s a church on the corner, which I think maintains the spring. Parking is easy, and right next to the springs.

Vital Information

  • Fee: No Fee
  • Access: Public
  • Flow: Continuous
  • TDS: 128
  • Temp: 66° F
  • pH: 7.7

Hours Spring is Open:

Unknown

GPS:

N/A

Map Link: Healing Springs Map

Submitted by: T. Chamberlain

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  1. jskub says:

    I recently went to Healing Springs and loved it. The drive there is beautiful with budding cotton fields, groves of trees and local produce stands. Just the experience of getting there puts you in a space to appreciate and receive the gentle water from the springs.

    I am so glad I found this site and got to experience what real…true water feels like inside and out. I don't know if this makes sense but it's feels almost as if what comes out of the tap is coca-cola instead of water when compared to spring water. It feels that different.

  2. MoRosati says:

    I came across a photo of another interesting spring about 20 minutes away in Windsor, SC in Aiken State Natural Area, hopefully someone can check it out in person
    http://bit.ly/T9g3u

  3. jskub says:

    Thank you!! I will look into it.

    • Stubornascanbe2000 says:

      Type your comment here.jhf born in denmark sc a few miles from the spring took 60yrs to go to it WOW what I was missing the water is unbelivable as of 11sept 2011 the flow is very slow one well up with three dripping and one with a slow run it took some time to fill four 12oz soda bottles but the wait was well worth in. now live in jax nc you can count on me at the spring every time I go home

  4. jskub says:

    Thank you!! I will look into it.

  5. R A Walton says:

    this is a very historical little place, and, like a slice of heaven here on earth. it's worth the ride if you are 'thinking' on it. you'll remember it forever. living close to there makes it an even more rewarding journey. people come from long distances with jugs and bottles to fill from these springs. the history of the healing powers is 'out there' for the reading, and, the land, literally, is deeded to God. :) Thank you, RIP, and, God love you, Butch Arnette for sharing it with me some years ago.

  6. NY2atl says:

    I have have visited Healing Springs a few times and the water is the best I have tasted. I know the water is healing. Its as if the water is cleansing you internally as you drink. Its is worth the trip. We live 3 hrs by car from Healing Springs, SC. The location it very tranquil and refreshing.

  7. Guest says:

    This place is awesome!! This is easily the best water I have ever tasted. It makes evrything taste better. My coffee, tea and anything that I need to use water for including drinking, is enhanced by this water. No more tap water for me.

  8. Dfloyd says:

    Planning to fill up in next few days.  Does anyone have an update on the flow of the spring since we have gotten some rain?  Sept 26 2011

  9. Leslielovesmike says:

    I really like the water it, is the bet water I have ever tasted in my life, I know it has to have healing capabilities.

  10. Guest says:

    I’m about an hour away in Lexington, and since I’ve found this place i keep going back to fill about 30 gallon-sized jugs.  Even my youngest hates to drink tap water when it’s time to go for refills.  It’s funny, but before i leave there i fill up my glass drinking jar and the first few swallows of this amazing water give me a slight brain buzz.  It’s like it’s electified. One time i went i wasn’t feeling particularly well and after drinking some on the way home i perked right up and felt fine. The taste is great…the best I’ve ever had.  Thank you to whoever takes care of this place and keeps it available to everyone.

  11. Eva says:

    Yesterday I drove up to this beautiful spring in Blackville, SC, from Charleston.  There are about 10 spigots of clear, fresh, cool, clean water, making it easy to fill your containers.  When I arrived, there were two women there (mother — 60s, daughter 40s) who told me they’d been coming to the spring for 25 years, drinking straight from the source.  No filtering, no tampering, just as it is.  They looked healthy and happy, and so am I with my new source of fresh spring water.

  12. Sammi says:

    I visited this spring today. I live in Savannah, Ga, so it was a 2 and a half hour drive- unfortunately on frightening bumpy roads coming out Savannah into SC (some SC tax dollars need to be spent on fixing Hwy 321)! Anyway, about the spring. It was awesome! There were many spouts to collect water, so even with a few people there, everyone could quickly fill up their bottles. The site says the TDS is 128, but I got 84 ppm. It’s crystal clear and quenches your thirst :) The vibe at the site is really nice too.

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