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Benefits: this “iron water” strengthens the stomach and increases red blood cell count. Deer Park Spring Also known as “the Deer Spring” and marked by an ornate green and white cast iron monument, this spring dispenses water from a vein of the Congress Spring. Hathorn #1 On the northeast corner of Putnam and Spring Street is the Hathorn Spring, a moderately mineralized water.
The elaborate pavilion, benches and landscaping are recent additions to this valuable natural resource.
It is located on the Avenue of Pines in the Joseph Bruno Pavilion, opposite the Saratoga Automobile Museum, a former bottling plant. Note: this spring is considered to have the strongest tasting water. Charlie Spring The most recently drilled spring in the Spa Park is located near the Hall of Springs entrance to the Saratoga Performing Arts Center. Dake, one of Saratoga’s leading community figures of the twentieth century. Polaris Spring The Polaris Spouter is located on the Loop Road in the heart of the park.
The small quantities of radon gas present in this pleasant tasting water are viewed with some skepticism by American health professionals, while in Europe and Japan, drinking small doses of radon is considered beneficial. Geyser Island Spouter The Island Spouter and the Polaris Spring are accurately called “spouters,” but the Geyser Island Spouter is locally referred to as “the Geyser.” An island of hardened minerals surrounds this spring. Hayes Well Spring Near the parking area for the Geyser Island Spouter is the Hayes Well Spring.
Originally located behind the building, it spring was a favorite of Van Raalte Knitting Mill employees. Geyser Spring Located at the rear of the rectangular stone fountain under Joseph Bruno Pavilion, Geyser Spring has cathartic water that’s very agreeable as a beverage.
In 2004, it was rerouted to the front of the building and re-tubed as part of the Mill’s restoration project. Red Spring Just past the renovated Van Raalte Mill, the Red Spring is known as the “Beauty Spring” for healing skin disorders. State Seal Known for its delicious fresh water, it is very popular with spring water aficionados, who fill all manner of bottles and jugs at the ever-flowing taps. This water was once very popular and bottled by NY State.
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Benefits: slightly cleansing due to its magnesium content.
Some people still believe that inhaling the gas vented from the pipe at the back of the spring’s pedestal will clear the sinuses. Orenda Spring & Mineral Bank A short distance along the stream past the Geyser Island Spouter is another impressive deposit of hardened minerals, called travertine, formed by the overflow from the Orenda Spring.
The Orenda Spring, located at the top of the hill, is rich in iron, for strong blood. Hathorn #3 Hathorn #3 is situated at the south side of the park, on East West Road, off Route 50.
Covered by a Greek Revival-style pavilion (a reproduction of the first built in 1826), Congress Springs flows all year round.
Benefits: thought to aid dyspepsia, gout and skin ailments. Columbian Spring Once known as “the headache spring,” the Columbian now dispenses municipal drinking water since the original mineral water vein has been lost.
Experience the bubbling waters for yourself, and take a self-guided tour!