Orange Grove Spring is a karst window. Its spring pool measures about 44ft (13.4 m) wide and 80 ft (24.4 m) long. Depth is approximately 45 ft (13.7 m). The spring water had relatively poor visibility of about 4 ft (1.2 m) and the water was greenish colored. A slight boil was observed on the water surface in July 2003. Thin layers of algae are along the spring bottom and a sparse layer covers the spring pool. Orange Grove Spring apparently flows into a nearby sinkhole during times of higher water levels. Scalloped limestone crops out around the spring. The spring is within a forested area, and private land to the north rises gently to15 ft (4.6 m) above the water.
From the junction of SR 51 and Luraville Road in Luraville, drive east on Luraville Road and Orange Grove Spring is located about 3.0 miles (4.8 km) in Peacock Springs State Park.
When they say covered in duckweed, they aren't kidding. There were nice boardwalks leading down to the motionless spring, and there were... odd noises coming from under the duckweed, but nothing really to see or do for the average sightseer or swimmer.