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Colorado Proud

Best Water - 53 years

“Eldorado is the best water I have had the privilege of drinking in my 53 years of life.” – Floyde

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Our Company

Eldorado Artesian Springs, Inc

Eldorado Artesian Springs, Inc. was founded in 1983 when the company became the owner of 28 acres of land, the artesian springs, eleven wells, water rights, a bottling plant, a warehouse, the resort pool and numerous other homes and buildings in Eldorado Springs, CO.

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Engaged In Our Community

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We're a very proud and actively engaged member of the community.

We stand behind our beliefs and support many organizations, charities, and events through donation and sponsorship.

Community Engagement

Events In Your Area

Find us at an event near you!

Eldorado can be found at many local community events, either as a sponsor or participating in the festivities. Look for us at your next event. Be sure to stop by for our many contests and giveaways held at each event.

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Eldorado Water at Boulder County Farmers Market

Stewards Of The Environment

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Eldorado is doing its part to conserve this great land of ours.

From 100% recycled plastic bottles, to glass 5 gallon jugs, to making sure little to no waste is put out during production. Eldorado is doing its part to conserve the land in which it treads. Find out more about what Eldorado is doing.

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Eldorado Springs Resort (1925)

Local resident Robert May shared with us a picture of his great-aunt Maggie Hall, along with great-aunt and great-uncle Lillie and Alfred Lee. The Denver residents can be seen here enjoying the Eldorado resort, circa 1925. To this day, the Eldorado resort and pool continue to be a refreshing summer destination for generations of families in our community.

Photo credit: Dana Peevey