Cumberland Gap Mountain Spring Water

cumberlandwater2Our mission is to provide you with fresh natural spring water from the source in the pristine Cumberland Gap Historic National Park.

Cumberland Gap Mountain Spring Water comes straight from the mountains of Cumberland Gap. Cumberland Gap Mountain Spring Water is bottled with the highest standards of packaging and beverage processing quality. Our naturally fresh spring water comes from deep within the mountains of Cumberland Gap National Historical Park

Cumberland Gap National Historical Park

This pristine National Park was established in 1940 and boasts over 20,000 acres of protected forests and streams.

Nestled in a natural break in the Appalachian Mountains, The Gap spreads across three states: Kentucky, Tennessee, and Virginia.

View the Cumberland Gap Park Website

Our bottling facility is located in Middlesboro, Kentucky. We are Kentucky Proud as well as ISO 22000 & 9001 Certified.

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  • Depalletizer

    This machine is designed to receive bulk loads of PET (polyethylene terephthalate) bottles. The Depalletizer then transfers the bottles to the rinser machine for cleansing.
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  • Rinser

    This machine is responsible for rinsing the bottles.
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  • Filler

    This machine is responsible for filling our PET, BPA Free bottles with pure Cumberland Gap Mountain Spring Water.
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  • Trine Labeler

    Our labeling machine places our Cumberland Gap Mountain Spring Water labels on to our bottles.
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  • SMI

    This machine is responsible for creating our multi packs and case packaging for Cumberland Gap Mountain Spring Water.
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  • Palletizer

    This machine is designed to arrange each layer of case packs that contain bottles. After the case packs are arranged they are placed on a pallet and sent to the wrapper machine.
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  • Wrapper

    This machine is responsible for wrapping each package and is then sent off to our Warehouse.
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