Sand Springs, Sand Springs, OK

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651 E Charles Page Blvd
Sand Springs, OK 74063
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Description

Decking and rail around spring. Also a place to be seated. It is right along a paved bike path.

Nearest Address

651 E Charles Page Blvd Sand Springs, OK 74063

Directions from Nearest Address

It’s located behind the Drug Warehouse. You park your car there and there is a paved bicycle path that you walk down back towards Tulsa and it’s just a tiny little ways and there is a raised kind of decking and a rail around this thing. I’ve been there just once so I don’t know about the quality of the water. Drug Warehouse 651 E Charles Page Blvd Sand Springs, OK 74063 Take 412 out toward Keystone. Get off at Adams Road in Sand Springs. Turn left and go under the overpass. Drug Warehouse is immediately on the left. Turn into the parking lot, park your car and hit the trail back towards Tulsa (heading East), it can’t be more than a block down to the spring. Easy Peasy. You might contact the city’s water dept and see what they say about the water quality. Might be cheaper than having it tested if they already have those results on hand. Just guessing.

Vital Information

  • Fee: None
  • Access: Public
  • Flow: Unknown
  • TDS: N/A
  • Temp: N/A
  • pH: N/A

Hours Spring is Open:

24/7/365

GPS: N/A

Map Link: Sand Springs Map

Submitted by: Sassafras

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Posted: November 21, 2010

Category: North America, Oklahoma, United States

+Comments
  1. jason says:

    I’m surprised there is still water emerging from the ground in an area with so much pavement…maybe still better than rattap water.

  2. The fountain tested very positive for chlorine. I think its just tap water. And I wouldn’t recommend getting any from the real spring either. Fracking for natural gas has filled Oklahoma with nasty chemicals.

    • David says:

      Sands Springs is nowhere near any active drilling or hydraulic fracturing activity. To insinuate that the entire state’s groundwater is ‘filled with nasty chemicals’ is irresponsible and shows ignorance of the subject matter.

  3. Becky Doyle says:

    I spoke with a person at the wand Springs water department and was told that he didn’t think that drinking this spring water would be advisable. He knew of no recent testing, however.

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