Kepwel Spring Water Company, Asbury Park, New Jersey


Posted: March 6, 2011

Category: New Jersey, North America, United States, View All

100 Cold Indian Spring Rd
Asbury Park, NJ 07712
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We are the bottlers of the oldest spring in New Jersey. Dating back over 300 years to when the Lenape Indian camped in the area. We bottle our natural spring water at the same location as the spring (Not tanker trucked in like many other companies). We offer 5 and 3 gallon bottles for pick up or delivery. Kepwel delivers to Monmouth, Ocean and Southern Middlesex counties New Jersey.

Kepwel Spring Water is owned and operated by the 4th generation of the original owners. We pride ourselves on service and quality at all times. Stop by and see for yourself or call to get more info. 732-922-1030

Nearest Address

100 Cold Indian Spring Rd

Directions from Nearest Address

Located at the corner of Bowne and Cold Indian Spring Rd. In the Wayside section of Ocean Township (Monmouth County)

Vital Information

  • Fee: Just $4.00 per 5 gallon bottle picked up and we load your car.
  • Access: Private
  • Flow: Continuous
  • TDS: N/A
  • Temp: 45° F
  • pH: N/A

Hours Spring is Open:

Monday-Friday 8.00am – 5.00pm


Submitted by: David Hutzley

  1. Brianna says:

    if you bottle and sell this, why don’t you list the TDS or PH?  Not only am I curious, but I think it will draw more people to this spring, especially being the only known in this particular area of NJ.

  2. jake says:

    Yeah, that’s right…you charge a lot for this water and no info on pH & TDS? Typical NJ ripoffs.

  3. Megan says:

    It’s a shame that the only source of spring water in NJ is capitalistic and opportunistic!!! NJ is the most ripoff state out of the nation. We should all skip this one. 

  4. spring water should be FREE FOR ALL!! So thankful we have beautiful spring water in Wisconsin that is FREE from Mother Earth!!

  5. Iva says:

    Even in Europe you find spring water everywhere only for free

  6. Dezarae says:

    we live in a capitalist totalitarianism country.. shame they are taking over mother nature Soon , NEW WORLD ORDER .. complete dominance of the world

  7. jenn says:

    Thompson Park in Monroe Township New Jersey free spring water

  8. Jack says:

    You guys need to actually read a book about capitalism and not spew the buzzwords you hear on tv. We don’t live in a capitalist society, it’s mercantilism. And are you guys really demanding that you receive free water off of someone’s land? And if your going to say something about how the land is everyone’s, read the tragedy of the commons. You get free water and it’s called rain. Besides that point, this company should put out a report on their water ph and such, it’s stupid that they don’t.

  9. Eileen says:

    I remember going dirt bike riding, and collecting water from this springas a kid.No charge, but probably illegal, LOL. The area has since really built up, there is a 55 development there now, so I wonder if the water is still clean

  10. madeline says:

    not to doubt mother nature, but the fact that there is a massive suburban development surrounding the spring makes me question the purity of it. I could be wrong of course though..

    • I don’t check this often, but I wanted to let everyone know that Kepwel owns 8 acres surrounding our spring and that we constantly monitor our water quality as per the state and federal regulations.

      • Joe NoBody says:

        You might want to post the results of your water test, to put a stop to the Nah sayer’s. TDS ? PH level ? Common elements found in spring water? Just list them and then get a sample of local water from the city,,& list those, that should make people think..

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