This is a small spring at the head of a stream that flows south into Blue Hole Spring. The spring pool diameter is approximately 20 ft (6.1 m) east to west. The depth measures 6 ft (1.8 m) over the vent. No boil was present on the pool surface during the October 2001 visit, although outflow stream was flowing. The bottom is covered with sand, logs and organic matter. Water is clear but does not appear blue due to dark particulate layer on bottom. The vent is a small upwelling in the sand.
A steep bank occurs along the west side of the spring and rises to 8 ft (2.4 m) above water level. There is higher ground 150 ft (45.7 m) east of spring across a small lowland flood plain. Cypress, gum, and maple forest occur in lowlands near water with mixed hardwood forest on higher ground. Access is limited to an obscure foot path from the west. The spring is not used for swimming because of its low water level and limited access.