Come along on a tour of our springs
8 GREAT SPRINGS, 1 GREAT REGION
Pennsylvania and Maryland are home to not one but eight of our springs, fondly called the Frontier Springs for their expansive reach across and just outside the Keystone State. This part of the country is where our great nation — and Deer Park® Brand bottled water — got its start.
South Carolina Springs
OUR SOURCE DOWN SOUTH
Located in the northern part of the southern state, Chesterfield County is a nature lover's dream: It's got outdoor parks, hunting grounds, fishing holes and almost 100,000 acres of protected state and federal land. Plus, we've heard the natural spring water is pretty great, too, thanks in part to Swift Springs, the source of Deer Park® Brand Water in this neck of the woods.
A QUICK STOP IN THE SUNSHINE STATE
Ah, Florida: the land of fun and sun. Not only does the state have some of the best named rivers of all time (the Apalachicola and the Econlockhatchee to name a couple), it also has several great springs. In fact, we use five of them as sources of our bottled water.
What is spring water anyway?
Great question. According to the U.S. Food & Drug Administration (FDA): “Spring Water is water derived from an underground formation from which water flows naturally to the surface of the earth." To be able to label our product as “spring water,” we have to satisfy stringent standards — standards we proudly meet or exceed. That’s why you can be confident in the quality of every bottle of Deer Park® Brand 100% Natural Spring Water.
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Take a closer look at our springs
A really close look. You’ll find that the water contains a natural blend of minerals, so that each sip tastes as fresh as the next. Our water is carefully selected from our springs, and every ounce of Deer Park® water goes through a 10-step quality process. No shortcuts. No cut corners. Just crisp, clean H2O. Read our water quality report to learn more.
We’re committed to sustainability. Really committed. We have a team of experts dedicated to responsibly managing and monitoring our springs, including geologists and field specialists. Monitoring our springs and the land surrounding them is more than just our job — it’s our responsibility. And a great one at that.
Experts in the field
Meet Eric A., one of our natural resource managers — which is really just another name for people who care about the water and the land around it. He monitors the springs and 2,000 acres of surrounding land to ensure the water quality is preserved and resources are managed responsibly. It isn’t easy, but in an office this beautiful, it’s hard not to love your job.