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Hathorn Spring One

Congress Park Saratoga Springs, NY 12866


Hathorn Spring No. 1 is located on the Northeast corner of Putnam and Springs Streets, right in the heart of Saratoga Springs.

"Discovered in 1866, by a workman, Samuel Freeburn, while digging an excavation for Congress Hall, and named after Henry H, Hathorn owner of the Congress Hotel .A highly-carbonated water of an Alkaline-Saline flavor noted for its high mineral content, and renowned as a digestive curative..."


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1 reviews from our community

Born and raised in Saratoga I would go to the spring with my Dad every Sunday before church. Every time I return for a visit my first stop is at the spring. Last summer I went just to find out it wasn’t running. It was hard to believe I was so disappointed over some water. It is now four months later and I’m still concerned about the spring. On the bright side I just read an article about the city replacing the plumbing/spouts. Thank you all for retaining some history.

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