Technically, Ice Mountain® Brand 100% Natural Spring Water got its start thousands of years ago when the northern US was covered in ice. As glaciers melted over time, they deposited thick sand and gravel aquifers, which naturally filter the groundwater. In some cases, this water flowed to the surface to create, you guessed it, natural springs — springs we carefully selected as the sources of our fresh-tasting drinking water.

Near Evart Spring, Michigan


The vast majority of Ice Mountain® Brand 100% Natural Spring Water comes from three carefully selected spring sources in Michigan. But we also source our fresh-tasting water from other states and selected springs in and around America’s heartland:

Sanctuary Spring: Rodney, MI; Evart Springs: Evart, MI; White Pine Springs: Evart, MI; Frontier Springs: New Tripoli, PA, Bangor, PA, Hegins, PA, South Coventry, PA, Pine Grove, PA, Stroudsburg, PA, Newmanstown, PA, Oakland, MD; Glenwood Spring: St. Albans, ME; Sweetwater Falls: Hohenwald, TN; Ruby Mountain: Chaffee Cty., CO.*

* Note: We occasionally have to source from additional springs when demand is high. Our labels are updated with sourcing information, so be sure to take a look next time you enjoy a bottle of Ice Mountain Brand Spring Water!

Did you know? 95% of Ice Mountain® Brand 100% Natural Spring Water is sourced from three natural springs in the heart of Michigan.

Our bottling facility in Stanwood, MI earned the U.S. Green Building Council’s Leadership in Energy and Environmental Design (LEED) certification.

90% of water bottled in Stanwood is shipped to our neighbors within 250 miles.




We take the quality of our water seriously. That’s why every bottle of Ice Mountain® Brand 100% Natural Spring water goes through a 10-step quality process (told you we don’t mess around). From source selection to micro-filtration to packaging control, we uphold high standards for freshness sip after sip. Read our quality report to learn more.


Fun fact: every bottle of Ice Mountain® Brand 100% Natural Spring Water is recyclable — even our 3- and 5-gallon refillable bottles. After they’re returned to us, they’re washed, sanitized and refilled more than 20 times before getting recycled. Just one way we’re doing our part for our planet. For more information about recycling bottled water, visit .