It takes some pretty incredible springs to produce the fresh taste of Poland Spring® Brand 100% Natural Spring Water — 8 of them to be exact. We carefully select each spring source in Maine based on such things as geologic formation, mineral composition, quality and taste. Must be the reason why the Poland Spring brand has become as iconic to the Northeast as the changing of the leaves.
It takes some pretty incredible springs to produce the fresh taste of Poland Spring® Brand 100% Natural Spring Water — 8 of them to be exact.
Near Bradbury Spring
Since 1845 Poland Spring® brand spring water has come from natural springs in Maine. Today, we provide refreshment to local communities throughout the Northeast.
Ever wondered where Poland Spring® Brand 100% Natural Spring Water comes from? Join us on a tour of Maine as we visit each spring.
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Just down the road from the original source in Poland, Maine, you’ll find Poland Spring — home to some of the finest tasting spring water in the state. Although we no longer use the original Poland Spring source, it continues to flow into the historic spring house, which is open to visitors at the Poland Spring Museum as a reminder of our heritage.
In the shadow of Pleasant Mountain, Cold Spring is nestled in a picturesque mossy glen in Western Maine. Surrounded by waterways, rolling hills and dense forests, the area surrounding Cold Spring looks a lot like the brochure for a picture-perfect summer camp. Must be why it’s home to not one, but two of the most historic girls’ summer camps in the country.
Clear Spring could be a history lesson all by itself. Cold spring water flows from ancient glacial deposits formed during the Ice Age. The sand and gravel from which the springs emerge provide the perfect natural filtration system for the refreshing spring water that bubbles to the surface.
Just around the corner from Spruce Spring you’ll find Flagstaff Lake, known by fishermen as the place to catch “the big one.” But if catching wild salmon or brook trout isn’t your thing, there’s plenty to see from the top of majestic Mount Bigelow right down the road.
Just down the road from Poland Spring, you’ll find Garden Spring, which is also in Poland (the town, not the country). It’s famous around these parts for its fresh-tasting natural spring water.
The rich soil in the land near Evergreen Spring helped make Fryeburg one of the most prosperous agricultural centers in Maine. Now it’s home to the Fryeburg Fair, where big blue ribbons are awarded to everything from livestock to produce. Of course you know who we’d give the ribbon to — the spring water.
This bountiful, beautiful spring is known by loggers, trappers and wildlife alike as the perfect place to stop along your travels. The beauty and abundance of wildlife in this region make White Cedar Spring a popular destination for those looking to get back in touch with nature.
Tucked away in the valley between Sugarloaf and Mount Abraham, you’ll find Bradbury Spring. A remarkable spring that’s partially fed by melting snow and rainwater that comes down from the mountains and reemerges as spring water. Don’t forget to pack your skis (or snowboard), because Bradbury Spring is just minutes away from some of the best skiing in the state.
With roots in Maine dating back over 170 years, we maintain a commitment to keeping the springs sustainable and being active in our communities. See how our natural resource managers help us source for long-term sustainability and how our community efforts make Maine an even better place to live.
Now that you can locate each spring, learn about the science behind spring water. We’ll show you how spring water comes to be and the water cycle that makes it possible to have Poland Spring® Brand 100% Natural Spring Water available throughout the Northeast.
We treat each spring source with the care and respect it deserves. Springs are regularly monitored by our Natural Resource Managers and field experts for quality and sustainability. After all, we wouldn’t have the water we all love without them.