Artesian Well Park, Salt Lake City, Utah

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on the corner of 800S and 500E
Salt Lake City, Utah
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Residents of Salt Lake City don’t have to travel far to get crystal clear water from a natural well. The Artesian Well Park at 800 South and 500 East is fed year-round by an underground aquifer.

Spring water from a well established during the pioneer days of Utah.

Directions:
Walk north from liberty park on 500 east. The well is on the corner of 500 east and 800 south.

Public access.
Continuous flow.

Additional links:
http://www.waymarking.com/gallery/image.aspx?f=1&guid=409eff80-9904-4e2e-bc62-06c1e09ac1d7&gid=3

http://fox13now.com/2012/03/11/an-urban-artesian-well-in-downtown-salt-lake-city/

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  1. Teresa says:

    I’m grateful to have this spring right down the street from me. However, I was recently told that the city has “tapped” it. Not sure what that means or if it is even true. Hmmm . . . I have some to look into this further. Do you have any insights?

  2. The Drinking fountain in Liberty Park located on the corner of 700 east 1300 south, if not the same has a very similar water chemistry.

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