Black Rock Spring, Green Oaks, PA

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Posted: June 27, 2009

Category: North America, Pennsylvania, United States, View All

Rt. 62
Green Oaks, PA 17024
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Description

Black Rock spring is located half way between Oil City and Tionesta, PA on Rt. 62. The spring seeps down through an old hemlock and beech forest to a concrete spring house with rubber tubing. There is a large parking area directly in front and a nice metal grate and pathway leading to the filling area.

Nearest Address

Rt. 62

Directions from Nearest Address

From Tionesta: – Travel west on Rt. 62 approximately 10 miles – Spring is approximately 2.5 miles past President Village on the right side

Vital Information

  • Fee: No Fee
  • Access: Public
  • Flow: Continuous
  • TDS: 80
  • Temp: 48.1 F
  • pH: 5.5

Hours Spring is Open:

Always

GPS:

Unknown

Map Link: Black Rock Spring

Submitted by: minqua

+Comments
  1. Greensong says:

    Location shown is incorrect. Correct coordinates are N41° 26.200′ W79° 35.298′.
    There is no springhouse, as the description says.

    • Deleted User says:

      Thank you for the correct coordinates. Is there anyway you could get them to us without the degrees and do decimal coordinates instead? Thanks! The Find A Spring Team

  2. Todd says:

    Tested this water 11/17/17 TDS = 107 PPM with TDS EZ.

  3. Keith says:

    Stopped today on the way back from the Kinzua Dam. There is a spring house up the hill at the source. Ice cold and very good.

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