Wheeler Spring was named after the investor of the “Manitou Mineral Water bottling plant” from the 1920s, Jerome B. Wheeler (former co-owner of Macey’s). It was drilled in 1920 by him after which he created the bottling company and created the Wheeler Clock nearby. It is located on the wall outside of his former Windemere estate.
This natural spring is considered the most medicinal of all the springs because it possessing the highest mineral content – chloride, calcium, alkalinity, lithium, manganese, sulphur, and zinc. In 1890 a red sandstone spring house enclosed it.
Frankfurt Mineral Springs, nestled in Raccoon Creek State Park in Beaver County, Pennsylvania. It is one of Pennsylvania’s largest state parks.