Camp La No Che Spring is a 4th magnitude spring that discharges from a small cavern in the limestone on the east side of the pool. The semicircular pool is about 25 feet in diameter and is ringed with cypress knees at the base of a wooded, gently sloping hillside that rises northward. The pool is 1 to 2 feet in depth and detritus, green algae, and white sulfur-reducing bacteria cover the pool bottom. A prominent boil is visible in the pool above the vent and a hydrogen sulfide odor is present. The spring run flows about 200 toward the southeast to Lake Norris.
Camp La No Che Spring is located about 7 miles east of Altoona and 2 miles south of Paisley. From the intersection of State Road 19 and County Road 42 in Altoona, drive east on County Road 42 for 7.1 miles to the intersection with Boy Scout Road. Turn south onto Boy Scout Road and drive 1.6 miles to the entrance of Boy Scouts of America Camp La No Che. Permission and access information must be obtained from the camp office.