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Flowing Well Park, Carmel
(4.7/5 based on 25+ reviews on the web)
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Reviews
TripAdvisor
  • This is a great place to go for a light hike. The trails are nice and not too difficult. There is a stream and a bridge. A lot of people take jugs and water bottles and fill them up at the well for dr...  more »
  • Clean fresh water! While here we saw at least a dozen locals filing up multiple gallon and 5 gallon containers. I wish we had a spring like this in my city! Be forewarned, since the release of a popul...  more »
  • Laboratory-tested, hygienically approved and public-liked, this flowing artesian well is a 24-hour spring water source. It’s a clean and cool continuous supply of free fresh water. Managed by an agenc...  more »
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  • It's a quiet, shady place. Perfect for a walk on a hot day.
  • This is our favorite park! Very nice trails and in the summertime you can enjoy the water of the Cool Creek. The well had been a good source of water for us and a lot of other people but currently it's closed due to some bacteria found in it (first time in many, many years).
  • Small park almost entirely in the woods, with path, and bridge over creek. Bring your water bottle for free well fillup!
  • Love the natural Artesian Water here! It's a bit 'sulfur' tasting & smelling at first but it goes away after a day or so!.. It was originally an exploratary Natural Gas well when it was discovered in the late 1800's, no surprise?!! Very pure & clean no doubt!
  • A nice little escape into the woods.