Kennison Mountain, Buckeye,West Virginia

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West Virginia 39, less than one mile east of ranger station.
Buckeye, West Virginia
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Great tasting water. Plastic pipe that runs back into rock. Averages (from pipe) one gallon a minute. There is a wide spot for pulling off that is large enough for semi trucks. Water always cold and clear. Occasionally during the summer spring has a slight organic (leafy) taste.

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  1. David Payne says:

    I forgot to say the pipe is visible from West Virginia Route 39. I drive by a lot of springs with my job, but this is the purest and best water I have ever tasted.

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