Water Conditions - Springs
- The flow from springs varies throughout the year.
- Not all springs shown on the park map are developed.
- Many springs have troughs to make access easier for horses.
- Water level indicates the trough's relative percentage of being full.
- Some springs may flow only during the night.
- Water conditions can change quickly.
- On long hikes, be sure to take plenty of water.
- On warm days, take more water than you think you'll need.
- Consider recent weather conditions.
- Don't rely on one observation about water availability.
- Check with park staff for the latest information.
- Consider alternate water sources as a backup.
- Purify all backcountry water that you intend to consume.
- Even when purified, consume at your own risk.
- Bury human waste and wash dishes at least 100 feet from streams, lakes, and springs.
- Water observations are collected by park staff, park volunteers and park visitors.
- Dates are highlighted if information is more than 90 days old.
- For more information see Water Resources in Coe Park.
- Click here for Water Conditions - Lakes and Ponds.
- Click here for Water Conditions - Creeks.
- Click here for Trail Conditions.
Click on the site name or image for more details. Level represents % full for trough or basin. Flow is in liters/min or S = seeping, D = dripping, T = trickle, F=float valve filled, V = Valve (faucet) filled, ?.? = measurement not taken and !!.!! = flow too strong to be measured. "TDS" is Total Dissolved Solids; a measurement of mineralization or water "hardness".