Brunson Landing Springs are a group of three springs (Spring Fever website). Two of the springs are seeps and are very shallow, approximately three to six inches (7.6 to 15.2 cm) deep. The main spring pool is circular with a diameter of approximately 30 ft (9.1 m). The spring occupies a steep-walled, bowl-shaped depression that is 15 ft (4.6 m) deep over the vent. The spring bottom is mostly soft sand with limestone and some organic debris. Spring water is bluish and clear. Two small runs exit the spring pool and flow generally southward approximately 350 ft (106.7 m) into Holmes Creek. There is an abundance of algae in the slow-flowing spring and run. The main spring run averages less than 1 ft (0.3m) deep and 3 ft (0.9 m) wide. Numerous other small seeps feed into the spring runs. This spring is situated within the heavily forested floodplain of Holmes Creek.
Brunson Landing spring is undeveloped and used locally for swimming. There is a platform in a tree over the spring on the south side.
Brunson Landing Spring flows into the north Holmes Creek from the north 3 miles southwest of Vernon.
The main spring is located 500 ft west of the parking area down a small footpath through the woods.