Beecher Springs is a 3rd magnitude spring with a roughly oval-shaped spring pool about 150 feet long from east to west and 130 feet wide from north to south. A natural bank borders the pool to the east and a concrete walk and retaining wall border the north and west sides. Gentle surface boils are visible in the northwest part of the pool, with a depth to water about 10 to 15 feet over the limestone vent. The east part of the spring pool appears to be appreciably shallower than the western part. Water flows south down a run for about 1.3 miles to discharge into the St. Johns River. Between the springs and the river, water is diverted into manmade holding ponds used as fish hatcheries by the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Services. The spring is not open to the public.
Beecher Springs is located within the Welaka National Fish Hatchery, about 3 miles south of Welaka and 1.5 miles north of Fruitland. From the intersection of State Roads (SR) 309 and 308 in Fruitland, drive north on SR 309 for 0.8 mile and turn northeast onto a graded road. Follow the road to the north for another 0.8 mile, then turn west on a sand trail and continue 0.2 mile to the springs.