Naked Spring consists of two spring pools. The main spring pool is oval-shaped and measures 99.0 ft (30.2 m) north to south, 77.0 ft (23.5 m) east to west and 14.3ft (4.4 m) deep. Water flows from a limestone fissure near a floating dock on the west side of the pool. There was a slight boil over the vent on the day of visit in November 2002. Aquatic vegetation, including Hydrilla and aquatic grass, covers 85-95% of the pool's bottom. There is a second pool to the southeast of the main pool. This circular pool has a diameter of approximately 20.0 ft (6.1 m). The bottom of the pool is 90-95% covered by aquatic vegetation, which obstructed the view of the vent. Both pools have excellent water clarity, and are a blue-green color. The bottom of both spring pools is composed of limestone covered in a veneer of sand and silt. The spring is a popular swimming area and is surrounded by a dense floodplain forest.
Naked Spring is located within Blue Springs Park and Campground, a privately-run facility 3.5 miles (5.6 km) west of High Springs. From the junction of US 441/41 and US 27 in High Springs, drive southwest on US 41/27 for approximately 1.0 miles (1.6 km). Turn west (right) onto SR 340 (Poe Springs Road) and travel 4.6 miles (7.4 km). Turn north (right) onto Blue Spring Road and continue 1.1 miles (1.8 km) to the parking area. Naked Spring is east of Blue Spring down a marked trail.