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From here.
For Here

We love when our water quenches the thirst of people who live near the springs it came from. That’s why we only bottle Arrowhead® Mountain Spring Water from carefully selected mountain spring sources in and West of the Rockies. (It’s how we provide that fresh taste.)

San Bernadino Mountains, CA, 2015

Near Arrowhead Spring

Come along on a tour of our 13 springs.

Our water is Mother Nature’s recipe. It’s filtered through rock and sand then naturally emerges to the surface through springs. Want to know more? We’re happy to show you around the places we call home.

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ARROWHEAD SPRING

Our original spring source

Our namesake spring can be found on a mountain in the San Bernardino range just east of Los Angeles. These mountains have beautiful hiking trails and spectacular views.

Arrowhead Spring

Northern California Springs

A few stops around Sacramento

It may be known for wine, the Golden Gate Bridge and Silicon Valley, but we know Northern California has more to offer. Like the five springs we source water from — White Meadow, Lukens, Sopiago, Sugar Pine and Arcadia.

LUKEN SPRINGS
ARCADIA SPRINGS
WHITE MEADOW SPRING
SOPIAGO SPRINGS
SUGAR PINE SPRING

Southern California Springs

Where the springs are our stars

Most people know Southern California for its beaches, mountains and deserts. But mountain springs are a little harder to come by, which is why we’re proud to share these five with you.

COYOTE SPRINGS
LONG POINT RANCH SPRINGS
DEER CANYON SPRINGS
SOUTHERN PACIFIC SPRING
PALOMAR MOUNTAIN
GRANITE SPRINGS

Canada Spring

The northernmost stop on our tour

The great outdoors knows no bounds. We trekked up to British Columbia until we hit a little town called Hope. There we found another high-quality mountain spring that helps us bring the taste of Arrowhead® Mountain Spring Water to our friends and neighbors in the Pacific Northwest.

HOPE SPRINGS

Colorado Spring

Right in the heart of the Rockies

Colorado is known for a lot of things — hiking, snowboarding, cycling and even microbrewing. But we think its greatest accomplishment is the fresh-tasting spring water that comes from the mountains.

RUBY SPRINGS
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