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Where is Noah's Spring Water?

Updated on August 25, 2013

Where is Adobe Springs?

This picture is not Adobe Springs we don't think...but where is Adobe Springs?
This picture is not Adobe Springs we don't think...but where is Adobe Springs?

Where is Adobe Springs?

I decided to write an article about Noah's Spring Water.

In my effort to find out about Noah's Spring Water I didn't find much.

In fact, I can't find the address for the source of the Adobe Springs spring from which Noah's Spring Water is said to originate.

Noah's Spring Water is listed at the website It mentions on the website Noah's Spring Water contains a lot of magnesium.

One can easily find the water analysis for Noah's Spring Water online.

But can you find the building where Noah's Spring Water is bottled in Modesto? Which building is it?

If you drive around the area looking for 416 Hosner Avenue in Modesto, it is not apparent. For example this author drove up and down the street three or four times driving to find the building labelled "416".

It isn't the greatest area so I can understand why they wouldn't advertise the building where the water is bottled.

Want to take a tour of the spring where Noah's Spring Water comes from? It is advertised as being in a special remote rural place outside of Modesto near a California town called Patterson.

Here is a link to Adobe Springs which is where it is said Noah's Spring Water originates:

At the website above there is a lot of information about the value of magnesium in waters that contain significant levels of magnesium. There is also a water sample analysis from the Adobe Springs location where it is said Noah's Spring Water originates.

However where is the Spring?

Where is Adobe Springs actually located? There is no address. There is only a PO box in Patterson, California.

When thinking about writing this article I thought I could go out and take photos where the water originates but that doesn't seem like it is possible since there is only a PO box in Patterson, California!

How do you feel about Noah's Spring Water now that you know these things? Wouldn't you feel better knowing where the spring was located?

What do you think about drinking water that you can't find a source for?

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    • Doodlehead profile imageAUTHOR


      5 years ago from Northern California


      That's just the thing; the pic you see is not the spring!

      As far as I know the spring is unaccessible to the public.

      So nobody knows what it looks like.

      I have a friend who works for the Feds doing water analysis in the

      area. I showed the water analysis to him and he asked why the water

      was sent to a water analysis lab down in Bakersfield 2 hours away

      instead of locally which is more logical.

      I just thought the whole thing was a little wierd.

    • KenDeanAgudo profile image

      Kenneth C Agudo 

      5 years ago from Tiwi, Philippines

      wow beautiful =) love to swim there


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