Folks have been going to Starkey Springs since the 1800s, on horseback and rail car, just to be at the source. Set in the foothills of the Idaho Mountains, Starkey Spring Water gushes forth from an ancient geothermal spring near the Weiser River.
When you take a sip of Starkey Spring Water, you’re enjoying water that has been protected for more than 11,000 years.
There’s no technology or man-made process behind Starkey — Mother Earth does all the work. After falling as raining or snow, the water slowly made its way into the Earth through the Imnaha Basalt — a volcanic formation more than two miles down, gently working its way into the rock around it.
Over thousands of years, heat and pressure forced it back up through cracks and fissures in the basalt. Untouched by surface contamination, Starkey Spring Water gushes forth from a natural geothermal spring in the Idaho mountains.
Lightly mineralized and deliciously refreshing, Starkey quenches and rehydrates with a gently alkaline pH of 9.2. It’s vibrant and clear, and renews and recharges.