The source of our spring water comes from a place like no other. Our two Aquifers were born in the Ice Age and formed by the Adirondack Mountains, a vast wonderland rich in forests, wildlife, shimmering rivers, and spring fed lakes.
Our springs flow at its foothills in a little pocket of wilderness also surrounded by the Great Lakes, St. Lawrence River Valley, and Tug Hill Plateau. It is in a unique geological position found nowhere else in the world, a place that many refer to as the “snow-maker” land. Our two Ice Aged Aquifers are underneath it all, providing our springs with a rare, endless flow of fresh water.