Novar Natural Spring, Novar, Ontario 5/5 (1)

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Posted: April 4, 2010

Category: Canada, North America, Ontario, View All

HWY 592 & Savage Settlement Rd.
Novar, ON P0A 1R0
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Description

Another awesome, true natural spring in the Huntsville area. I was collecting water here when I met a lady who took me to the spring in Kearney, which is only 20 minutes north of here. Like the Kearney water, it’s high state of vitality is seen in it’s shimmering energetic violet-bluish colour. The 6.2 temp reading was in March & it was 6.4 when I measured it in September, which is an incredibly small difference. The water sample I took shows ZERO on both Total Coliform & E. Coli, more info: http://bit.ly/Es26R

Nearest Address

Intersection of HWY 592 & Savage Settlement Rd.

Directions from Nearest Address

This spring is located below a bridge and is NOT visible from the road. Take exit 235 off highway 11 and go north on highway 592 for about 1km, then pull off to the left side of the bridge just before the fork in the road ( but after the bridge ) where Savage Settlement Road starts. Follow the small foot trail which will bring you right to the spring.

Vital Information

  • Fee: None
  • Access: Public
  • Flow: Continuous
  • TDS: 119-160
  • Temp: 6.2° C
  • pH: 5.88

Hours Spring is Open:

24/7/365

GPS: N/A

Map Link: Novar Natural Spring Map

Submitted by: Mo Rosati

+Comments
  1. Novardave says:

    The best water you can find.  People who move away from here miss it.

  2. Marc says:

    Stopped by this spring on our way to Kearney. Water is very pure and tastes great! But tough act to follow being so close to Kearney!

  3. Maya says:

    The spring is not good any more. The transportation ministry is going to do work on the bridge, but already water is not good. We filled our bottles with water just to fin out it’s very salty, like road salt or some other salt is got into the water. There is a notice from MTO about coming work.

  4. Connor says:

    Wow. I just stopped by this spring tonight. I drove all the way from London yesterday at around 4pm to go to the Kearney spring. Currently at a hotel because it was like 1am and I had 300+km to go. On my way back I saw novar road and was like well I watched Mo Rosatti’s (rip) video yesterday which just popped up in my recommended before I left ;). Isn’t it funny how that works? Don’t recall ever having a video of his in my recommended. So I saw novar road on my drive back and was like I remember him saying it’s 20 minutes away from the Kearney spring and I’d be a fool not to go. I pulled up google maps and turned out I was a few 100 metres from it.

    Let me tell you. I was shocked. I thought I would be disappointed because the Kearney spring tasted so good but this was something else. Before that I’ll say it did not flow as strong as the Kearney one or as fast as it seemed in Mo’s video. But it was still a very decent pace. Also the elevation of the spring from the water isn’t that high but I moved a few rocks around and added some elevation. You definitely won’t be able to fit a carboy in there but it’s worth the slight effort of collecting the water.

    I bottled about 18 gallons from Kearney so didn’t have much. But I bottled a small Nestle bottle from this spring and tried drinking it on my drive home and … I was having a hard time. The water melted in my mouth. I felt such Euphoria. I know most people at this point would be like “it’s just fuking water man” but no this is special. I’d take a little sip and would just sit there struggling to even drink it because of how special the water felt. I cannot find the terms to describe it but my mouth was melting. I felt shame even taking a large gulp as if I didn’t deserve this.

    It tasted so freaking good. It had a spiritual connection, like this was real water that would treat you right if you did the same. I started genuinely half crying; it felt so good. I rolled my windows down and sang along to Muskoka’s local country music on the radio.

    If I had known I would have taken more. No regrets though I’m very happy I stopped here. Expected it to not be the best water of the night with how high of a bar Kearney set but was pleasantly surprised. I hope to drive up here again just for this water. I am dead serious about all of this. This truly is very special water which isn’t a knock on Kearney. I don’t know what it is, I’m no scientist but this is real water. Feels like it has a connection and memory with the Earth and you get to experience that but it absolutely does not taste Earthy. I’m going to go ahead and file this as the absolute best water I have ever drank in my life.

    Will get it tested

  5. Connor says:

    Wow. I just stopped by this spring tonight. I drove all the way from London yesterday at around 4pm to go to the Kearney spring. Currently at a hotel because it was like 1am and I had 300+km to go. On my way back I saw novar road and was like well I watched Mo Rosatti’s (rip) video yesterday which just popped up in my recommended before I left ;). Isn’t it funny how that works? Don’t recall ever having a video of his in my recommended. So I saw novar road on my drive back and was like I remember him saying it’s 20 minutes away from the Kearney spring and I’d be a fool not to go. I pulled up google maps and turned out I was a few 100 metres from it.

    Let me tell you. I was shocked. I thought I would be disappointed because the Kearney spring tasted so good but this was something else. Before that I’ll say it did not flow as strong as the Kearney one or as fast as it seemed in Mo’s video. But it was still a very decent pace. Also the elevation of the spring from the water isn’t that high but I moved a few rocks around and added some elevation. You definitely won’t be able to fit a carboy in there but it’s worth the slight effort of collecting the water.

    I bottled about 18 gallons from Kearney so didn’t have much. But I bottled a small Nestle bottle from this spring and tried drinking it on my drive home and … I was having a hard time. The water melted in my mouth. I felt such Euphoria. I know most people at this point would be like “it’s just fuking water man” but no this is special. I’d take a little sip and would just sit there struggling to even drink it because of how special the water felt. I cannot find the terms to describe it but my mouth was melting. I felt shame even taking a large gulp as if I didn’t deserve this.

    It tasted so freaking good. It had a spiritual connection, like this was real water that would treat you right if you did the same. I started genuinely half crying; it felt so good. I rolled my windows down and sang along to Muskoka’s local country music on the radio.

    If I had known I would have taken more. No regrets though I’m very happy I stopped here. Expected it to not be the best water of the night with how high of a bar Kearney set but was pleasantly surprised. I hope to drive up here again just for this water. I am dead serious about all of this. This truly is very special water which isn’t a knock on Kearney.

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