Crystal Springs, Allenspark, Colorado, 80510 5/5 (1)


Posted: July 18, 2013

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

357 Colorado 7 Business
Allenspark, CO 80510
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Crystal Springs is located by the Allenspark business route Highway 7 along Willow Creek and just up the road from the Fawnbrook Inn.

The District provides water from Crystal Springs to all those who come to the Springs and fill their containers. The Spring
water is treated to comply with Colorado Health standards and is
finished off with a carbon filter in order to provide water that is pure
and refreshing.

Volontary fee/donation:
The District spends a significant amount of funds, time, and effort
providing water from Crystal Springs and, therefore, asks that those
obtaining water from the Springs help defray expenses by making a
voluntary contribution. The District provides a container for that
purpose at the Springs.

Public access
continuous flow

  1. Liz says:

    This water could be considered genetically modified. See this link for Fountain of Truth Spring Water

    • Baloo says:

      That’s ridiculous, it’s filtered spring water that comes out of a stream through a tube and into your bottle.

      • J says:

        Wrong. It says in the description that it has been “treated”. So, that tube, coming out of the ground, bypassed your bottle, got “treated”, & then came back around through a specially-placed hole in the rock, to make you THINK you were getting pure, unadulterated water. Which you are most definitely not.

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