Crystal Spring, Marstons Mills, MA

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Posted: January 27, 2010

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

Willow Street
Marstons Mills, MA 02648
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Description

Right off of Willow st you find the entrance to a short path into the woods. At the beginning of this path you find a very large quartz crystal. I have not yet taken the temp or ph of the water.

Nearest Address

Willow st.

Directions from Nearest Address

From RT 6 take exit 5 and turn north.take a left onto Cedar St. Drive past the bamboo and look for Willow St. on the right. About a mile down Willow on the right you will find the entrance of the path with enough room to pull your vehicle off the road.

Vital Information

  • Fee: No Fee
  • Access: Public
  • Flow: Continuous
  • TDS: 130
  • Temp: N/A
  • pH: N/A

Hours Spring is Open:

24/7/365

GPS: N/A

Map Link: Crystal Spring Map

Submitted by: Elidad Zerach

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  1. IcewaLter says:

    I was a bit blown away with this spring from my 1st visit. Here's why…It was February and all the plants are brown and appear dead in New England. Not here. This supernatural life force water was making all the grass green around this spring. No joke. Everywhere except where the water flow touched was brown, but LIFE was blooming where it was wet. And it's located on a peninsula surrounded by the ocean yet pure fresh water ph 6.6. It's Surrounded by bamboo (removes saline) the Entrance has a Quartz boulder(piezoelectric energy), the Pipe is copper (energy carrier), the Plants are spiraling as they grow (vortex energy)All combine for this Elixer of LIFE.

  2. Lamorlife says:

    we just went to this beautiful spring, but had a little difficulty finding it because the street you need to turn on to get there is not Church St. It is Cedar St. that you need to turn left on before turning right on Willow. We forgot our TDS meter but should get that reading soon. But beyond the data, we feel this is some very pure high vibe water. Thank you for sharing this one-der-ful gift with us!!!

  3. Lamorlife says:

    okay so the tds meter read 130 ppm which is higher than we typically like.

  4. Lamorlife says:

    okay so the tds meter read 130 ppm which is higher than we typically like.

  5. Jrg says:

    Hello.

    I just checked this spring out. I like the water. I wanted to inquire if anyone has had any extensive testing done on this water.

    Thanks, Jim

  6. $eamus! says:

    This is delicious water but it is seven miles past the gps location on this link. The willow street that the gps sigle sends you is the willow st in sandwich. The spring is in BARNSTABLE. from the gps location drive seven miles down 6a willow street will be on the right. The street signs change from green with white lettering to white with black lettering. Tasty water. I hope this helps people find the spring. Thank you so much for your bounty of info  🙂

  7. Thirsty Vegan says:

    Coordinates are
    Spring 41° 42′ 20.07″ N 70° 23′ 02.51″ WEntrance to path 41° 42′ 20.81″ N 70° 23′ 02.02″ WFind it on Google Earth

  8. KK says:

    I called the Barn TH regarding this water. Because it is on private property, they do not have to test it. They did, however, test it once years ago and found it high in salinity. It was suggested to filter it before using. I drink a lot of water and initially found it good. After awhile I wasn’t sure. Have many containers of it. Not sure which way to go. What does a tds meter test? Oh, when I was last there, met some fellows with many, many containers to fill and they claimed it to be pristine.

  9. Steve says:

    If you put 280 Willow Street in Barnstable on Google Maps, it will bring you to the house right before the spring. It’s just past that (northeast of it). There’s a small area to pull over with some rocks. Then it’s about 45 paces into the woods. Great water

  10. Ben Laufer says:

    Me and my girlfriend went to this wonderful spring about 2 weeks ago and picked up about 23 gallons of water. The energy there is quite wonderful and the water taste great. It was out first time off the tap water or bottled water and it felt so pure and simple. Weve been really enjoying it. The TDS was 158 and we didn’t get the PH. Weve been drinking it for the last 2 weeks and loving it! We are going back this wednesday and will take the ph. We highly recommend this spring!

  11. Stefan Q says:

    Just put in 280 Willow Street, West Barnstable, Ma.
    The spring will be on the off the street. You’ll see a line up of rocks and a little path. The springs water tasted great and the plants and ground around in look well nourished.

  12. Steve says:

    Actually, with this link, you can see the entrance from the street. It’s where those little rocks are on the side of the road. https://www.google.com/maps/@41.7057978,-70.3839897,3a,75y,115.43h,72.78t/data=!3m6!1e1!3m4!1sdvH86CIz_Izvx87HnepjEg!2e0!7i13312!8i6656!6m1!1e1

  13. Gary Raymond says:

    The property is private, but way off to the side of the owner’s house and nobody seems to mind. Quite often see others filling up. There’s a stone dedicated thank you to the person who piped the spring back in the 1940’s. The address is not in Marstons Mills. The actual address is 218 Willow St, West Barnstable, MA 02668.
    I also had the water tested by the Barnstable Count Lab on 3/8/16 and the results were a bit different that the results posted a few years ago (se 12/1/13 comment):

    Nitrate as nitrogen: 2.6 mg/L
    Copper: None Detected
    Iron: None Detected
    PH: 6.6 PH at 25C
    Sodium: 38 mg/L
    Coliform: Absent
    Conductance: 320 umohs/cm

    The sodium is almost twice the maximum contaminant level (MCL) of 20 and the county advises those on a low sodium diet to consult a physician.

    Can anyone else offer comments about these test results. I like the water and drink it at room temperature with a squeeze/slice of lemon to up the PH.

  14. Dan says:

    My understanding is that all h2o in the ground on Cape Cod is contaminated by pharmaceutical drug-leaching due to the high incidence of overprescribed opioids and antidepressants in thsi region – particularly, although not exclusively among the senior citizen population; I suggest not messing around with these trace elements in your system. They DO get into you – despite local authority’s opinion that levels have tested low. “Low” is subjective and I disagree with any assessment that opines that “low” is okay. We drink and cook solely from water that’s filtered using a reverse osmosis system. We supplement our diets with missing minerals other ways. All Cape Cod water is affected. TDS levels of our water is under 10. And we like that! Our entire family is now thinking clearly and free of disease. There is a huge difference in the quality of life of my family before and after. HUGE. If you are drinking local water, you ARE ingesting powerful psychoactive drugs affecting the body and mind. The reports on this are publicly available. Please be warned. God Bless. I hope someone finds this helpful.

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