Blenheim Mineral Springs, Blenheim, South Carolina


Posted: November 18, 2013

Category: South Carolina, United States, View All

Spring Rd
Blenheim, SC
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“This mineral spring, from which you can still drink, was discovered in 1781 by James Spears. Over the years, water from this location has been used in the manufacturing of the famous Blenheim Ginger Ale. Next to the springs, you can see the old bottling plant building.
Features and Facilities
•Historic features
•Drinking water

Water Features

Public Restrooms

Hours of Operation
•Always open

Admission or Parking Fee

How to Get There
•Located on Spring Road, just off of SC #381 (East High Street) in Blenheim, SC”

  1. Angela says:

    The map marker was placed by incorrect coordinates. The correct coordinates are:
    34.50977, -79.64733

  2. Mike gebhart says:

    Quiet peaceful area; Water has a metalic taste and is not very cold… not very appetising to drink, but is clear. Hope this helps.

  3. Josh Wendell says:

    Gathered about 5 gallons form here recently. Tasted good and was clear when I gathered, but after sitting for a while hardened yellowish/gold deposits formed at the bottom of the jug. I have no idea what it is and it also tinted the water a yellowish color. I still drank it, and felt great after drinking it. It was kind of gross to look at though. If anyone is aware of what this could be it would be great to know!

  4. Shawn Woodell says:

    I pass by this spring every week so I decided to stop and give it a try! It was not good at all! It had a sulfur smell and had a bad taste. I was very disappointed!

  5. Carol Cole says:

    Water was clear, cool and very refreshing! And strong flow!! No smell and tasted pretty good.

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