Sedona Natural Artesian Spring Water flows from a protected spring in
Oak Creek Canyon, Sedona, Arizona. Its origin dates back to the early
1800’s. The pure water that formed the spring was generated from rain
and snowfall in the mountainous areas far north hundreds of years ago.
It takes anywhere from 800 to 1400 years to have the water from the
precipitation to begin flowing as artesian springs. All of the area
north of the spring is non-farm land and very mountainous which
produces a bountiful supply of clean, non-polluted, natural artesian
The Oak Creek Canyon Natural Artesian Spring was the water source for
Native Americans who lived in Oak Creek Canyon for many years. They
used the spring water for irrigation and drinking water. It was once
rumored that Living Springs, where the spring flows, was a mystic
healing ground of the Native Americans.