This natural spring water in Thornville, Ohio, USA is available for free but the locals have now created some confusion recently. The spring used to be open to the public for free for sure, but now there's a sign that says "No tresspassing". It's quite confusing and unknown who is the new owner of this spring or if the spring is now closed for public use. However, there's an iron pipe from where the water flows out. You could possibly fill your water containers in a decent amount of time. However, there are no lab tests to support the water's purity.
Where can I find spring water?
The coordinates are 39.9297457,-82.412032 and the complete address is 6828-6810 Co Hwy 596, Thornville, OH 43076, USA.
Starting from Thornville, head north on Highway 13 and cross Thornport. Continue after crossing Thornport and cross a church a few meters ahead on your right. Take a left on the Ctristland Hill road and your destination will be on your right a few meters after taking a turn.
The spring hasn't dried out. The water still flows. The only issue is whether or not you can possibly access the site. It's still confusing. Better avoid trespassing if someone has an objection. Perhaps consider asking the locals about the owner and reach the spot only if the owner allows or if you find it safe enough to trespass.