Chassahowitzka Main Spring is 360 ft ( 110m) northeast of the boat ramp and is in the middle of the run. This spring is at the head of a large pool that measures 147 ft (44.8 m) north to south and 135 ft (41.1 m) east to west. The depth measured over the vent is 13.5 ft (4.1 m). The spring has a sand bottom. No limestone was exposed. Water is clear and greenish. The spring run from Chassahowitzka No. 1 Spring flows into the Chassahowitzka Main Spring pool from the east. There is a boat ramp with facilities on the southwest side of the pool. Aquatic vegetation is common, including exotic aquatic vegetation and algae. A boil is visible at low tide. The spring is surrounded by lowland hardwood swamp forest with mixed hardwoods, cypress, and palm.
CHASSAHOWITZKA NO. 1 - Chassahowitzka # 1 is at the head of a spring run that flows into the Chassahowitzka River from the north approx 250 ft upstream from Chassahowitzka Main or 550 ft upstream from the boat ramp. This spring issues from a small cavern in bedrock limestone. The spring pool measures 69 ft (21 m) north to south and 81 ft (24.7 m) east to west. There are two closely spaced openings through which the flow issues. The depth over the vents is 8.3 ft (2.5 m). The water is clear and light blue. A small tannic stream flows into the northeast side of the spring pool. There is a thin layer of algae covering most of the limestone bottom of the spring pool. The surrounding land is low lying and heavily forested with hardwoods and palm. The spring run flows southwest approximately 350 ft (106.7 m) into Chassahowitzka Main Spring pool. There are several other spring vents along the spring run about half way to the Chassahowitzka Main Spring Pool.
The springs are 5.8 miles southwest of Homosassa Springs on the Chassahowitzka River.
Parking/boat ramp use does come with a fee, so be prepared with cash.