Arrowhead Water is a brand of drinking water that is popular in Arizona, and California. Its name come from the natural rock formation in the San Bernardino Mountains shaped like a giant arrowhead.
Arrowhead Water, also known as Arrowhead Mountain Spring Water, is a brand of drinking water that is popular in the western United States, particularly in Arizona, the Northwest, and in California, where it is sometimes produced. Arrowhead Mountain Springwater takes its name from a natural rock formation in the San Bernardino Mountains shaped like a giant arrowhead. The arrowhead is naturally barren; it is not manicured in any way. Native American legend says the formation was burned in the mountain by the fall of an arrow from Heaven, showing the way to the healing hot springs. Adjacent streams and springs are the original source and namesake of Arrowhead water. The first documented reference to Arrowhead springs was in records of priests stationed at Mission San Gabriel Arcngel, around 1820.
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