Mt. Blue Spring, Hingham, Massachusetts


Posted: July 25, 2009

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

1 Union St
Hingham, MA 02043
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All year. 3 pressurized nozzles. Housed in shed. 2 miles into the woods. You can drive right up. 100% free. They do run water through filters first (UV lamp).

Nearest Address

1 Union St Hingham, MA 02043

Directions from Nearest Address

Spring is located 2 miles into park. Drive all the way on the main road and you will see sign on your left.

Vital Information

  • Fee: None
  • Access: Public
  • Flow: Continuous
  • TDS: N/A
  • Temp: N/A
  • pH: N/A

Hours Spring is Open:

8am to 3:30pm



Map Link: Mt. Blue Spring Map

Submitted by: Ryan Clauson

  1. IcewaLter says:

    Funniest spring video I ever saw! Hope you made it home safe.

  2. IcewaLter says:

    Funniest spring video I ever saw! Hope you made it home safe.

  3. Maximist777 says:

    Yo that video is F'n hilarious ! Thankyou … Spring Water is Elecrtic Zap!

  4. Cheryl says:

    Went down to this spring today November 6, 2010 and it is closed. Signs posted saying it’s closed, but we went to check it out anyway. No water running from the faucets and no explanation why. 🙁

    • Gina says:

      Did you know you can call the Wompatuk phone number and it will tell you on the recording if the spring is open? It is pretty accurate. I always call before I go, even though I just live a couple miles away. I called every day when it was closed due to the electrical problem. 🙂

  5. Dwizzy200 says:

    So whats the deal, is the spring still closed and any reason given?

  6. silovude says:

    Sure is lame…

  7. S G says:

    My first Mt. Blue visit: Feb-11-2012

    After listening to David
    Wolfe’s and Daniel Vitalis’ lectures on spring water over the years, I
    decided that it was finally time to graduate from Berkey-filtered city
    water to harvested raw water.

    Three faucets are located on a wall
    as you descend a few steps inside the enclosed shack. The height
    between the spigot and floor is PERFECT for filling 5 gallon
    carboys—they can remain on the ground while tilted a few degrees,
    allowing for the spigot to drop about an inch inside the neck; totally
    conducive to full-blast quick fills.

    Also, I recommend using the
    right-hand faucet for staging heavy containers.  When you’re done
    filling, just lift your jug straight up and onto the adjacent chest-high

    My in-laws live above an aquifer in VT, and I’ll rank Mt. Blue’s water as good if not better.

    Only a 35 minute drive from J.P., I’m going to make Wompatuck a bi-weekly tradition.

    Thank you, Earth. 

  8. Michelle says:

    Wow, this is pretty awesome. I had no idea anything like this existed, let alone so close to home. Sure beats BPA, fluoride, lead and chlorine! I think I’ll be taking a trip here soon!

  9. Graham says:

    I watched a Vitalis video and the next day I bought 3 6.5 Gal carboys and corks from Brewer’s Emporium in Weymouth. I knew about Mt. Blue from when I was a teenager and findaspring refreshed my memory. This was my first time harvesting spring water and I have to say it’s a lot of fun. Water tastes divine. Not sure if the UV lamp filtration is such a good thing as it probably kills the beneficial microbes. I don’t see how it would alter the water other than that. Maybe someone with better knowledge on the subject can break down the affects of the UV lamp filtration.

  10. Cheryl says:

    Went there yesterday (July 5, 2015.) Unfortunately it was “closed for repairs.” 🙁

  11. Teresa says:

    Filled up two days ago. I have two 5 gallon carboys. Sure beats paying for poland spring when its free here.

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