North Ogden Spring, North Ogden, Utah

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2645 North Washington Blvd
North Ogden, Utah 84414
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Description:

Public spring, you can drive up to it and fill bottles of all sorts without the hike.

Nearest Address

2645 North Washington Blvd

Directions from Nearest Address

Lee’s Marketplace in North Ogden, Utah. It is on the north side of the parking lot you can’t miss it.

Vital Information

  • Fee: None
  • Access: Public
  • Flow: Continuous
  • TDS: 114
  • Temp: 43° F
  • pH: 7.0

Hours Spring is Open:

24/7/365

GPS:

41.306861, -111.970020

Map Link: North Ogden Spring Map

Submitted by: Will Workman

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  1. Assiyah says:

    This water does not taste clean at all! It’s in the middle of a city, in a grocery store parking lot where two heavily trafficked roads intersect

  2. Flower says:

    I heard this water is treated. Does anyone know?

  3. RaKelle Lane says:

    I love this water!! Been collecting it every month for a year!! (I fill up 50 gallons at a time) Tastes so clean and delicious! Whenever we run out my kids and their friends get bummed! They love it like crazy!!

  4. Michael R M says:

    Wow! My 13 year old daughter marveled at how filling and fresh this water is!

    Wife liked it and we are hooked! How much fresher this water is.. Can’t go back to tap!

  5. We drove all the way from WY to check out this so called 24/7/365 natural spring instead we found it was shut off so we had a soup kitchen and we will be back to have another soup kitchen Signed Dirty Mike and the Boys.

  6. This isn’t the best spring water I’ve ever had, but it’s alright. Not sure if I would drink it long term, though it is super convenient to fill up (no hiking required). From what I’ve researched, it’s sourced from an underground aquifer that is untreated. Ogden City treated water is sourced from a combination of Pineview water and this underground aquifer (which is then treated). The problem is that over the years there has been some backflowing from the Ogden city water, so there may be some degree of impurity found in it. It is certainly still flowing and every time I’ve been there I see tons of people filling up. I’m a spring water enthusiast that frequents springs everywhere I travel, so I’m comfortable with drinking this while I’m visiting the area, but the springs up in the mountains are certainly much better if you don’t mind the hike.

    TDS 131 pH 6.75

  7. Update: do not drink from this if you are accustom to pristine spring water. This is not real “spring water.” It’s definitely contaminated in some way. May be okay, but after drinking it for a day, it’s not up to my standards. Stick to the mountain sources.

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