Potato Patch Spring, Lassen National Forest, California

×Details

Posted: December 13, 2013

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

Please rate this spring

Rock fountain built around spring.
No fees.
Continuous access.
Open to the public.
Roads tend to get snow or ice in winter months, but it’s always plowed.

Directions to spring:
From Chico, CA:
Take CA-Hwy32 E towards Chester
Continue to follow CA-32 E approx 42 miles
Spring will be on your left
Lassen National Forest
Just before the Potato Patch Campground
If you get to the Potato Patch sign, you’ve gone too far.

+Related Springs
+Comments
  1. Anna says:

    I have gathered water from this spring a few times now. The flow is really slow – it takes me at least an hour to fill around 50+ gallons. But the water tastes great and has been feeling good to drink. I would love to get details on the pH, tds, etc at some point!

  2. Nadine says:

    Thanks for the great directions! Went there yesterday, 6/2/16 and filled 30 gallons. Flowing nicely, clear, cold, delicious. Thank you, Mother Earth!

  3. Ryan Edwards says:

    This is an incredible spring! I’ve been drinking from it exclusively for 2 years now and has been wonderful. About 45 minutes from Chico but the drive is beautiful and there is plenty to explore while there. Highly recommend!

  4. 東京第七家信用スーパーコピー時計の実体の店
    ブランドコピーバッグの誠実と信用の店、
    24時間以内に出荷し、3~4日に到着して、
    当社の販売のさまざまな国際ブランド、
    ルイヴィトンバッグ、エルメスコピー、
    ロレックスコピー、オメガ コピー、
    シャネル時計コピー、スーパーコピーバッグ、
    当社は誠心���意あなたのためにサービス、

Leave a Reply

You must be logged in to post a comment.

+Water Test Results

US Find A Spring members can get a 15% discount at WaterCheck.com use coupon codeFAS2020

No Water Tests Submitted yet..

Create an account or login to upload water test results.

+ Submit Photo & Video

Create an account or login to upload an image.

+ Report an error or inappropriate comment
Send report

If you think a better GPS coordinate is suitable, please make a comment on the spring page including the better coordinates. Also upload a photo to the spring post page. Once someone else confirms the more suitable coordinates, we will adjust the pin drop on map.