You can find the Bicentennial Park, Provo, Utah. A nature walk takes you to this spring. It is available all year. The description was also taken by me (see second image). Although I love the idea, I still need to ensure that it is safe. TDS meter reading 243. (I think that is way too high)
The Nuttall family once owned the land that is now the park. The family named the spring after them. It was used to supply water for the garden and prized gladiolus as well as water for the orchards, pasture, and animals. Any excess water drained into the brook, which is still there today. Through a portion of the constructed wetland, the spring supplies surface water.


1510, E 1440 S, Provo, UT 84606, US

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