Kahe’ta Spring, Lewis Run, PA


Posted: November 7, 2010

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

Route 219
Lewis Run, PA 16738
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Kahe’ta Spring is high quality water which flows from a large aquifer in the heart of the Allegheny National Forest. The spring is set back from the road about 50 feet and not visible from the road, however there is a nice parking area and path leading to the source. The water is amazing, and so are the surroundings!

Nearest Address

Route 219, approximately 3 miles south of Lewis Run, PA

Directions from Nearest Address

From Lewis Run, PA: Travel south on Route 219 for approximately 3-4 miles. The pull-off for the spring is on the left side just before the bridge. If you cross the bridge and reach Route 59, you’ve passed it.

Vital Information

  • Fee: No Fee
  • Access: Public
  • Flow: Continuous
  • TDS: 56
  • Temp: 46.7° F
  • pH: 6.9

Hours Spring is Open:



Submitted by: minqua


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