Medlock Spring - *Mile Marker 12.6* This is located on the Cedar Grove to Akers Ferry stretch.
Welch Spring - *Mile Marker 13.7* ------>(6th largest spring in the state) Please don't wade in the spring water. This can affect the spring life habitat. Video here. -- See an old picture from back in the 60s here and one even older from the 40s? here. This is located on the Cedar Grove to Akers Ferry stretch.
Unnamed Spring - *Mile Marker 18.5* - Flow in on the left right before cabin up on hill. See video. This is located on the Akers Ferry to Pulltite Spring stretch.
Cave Spring & Devils Well - *Mile Marker 21.9* - Cave Spring video here. This is located on the Akers Ferry to Pulltite Spring stretch about half way between on the left.
Pulltite Spring - *Mile Marker 26.2* This is located on the Pulltite Spring to Round Spring stretch just after you put in at Pulltite. It'll be flowing in from your right. History of.
Fire Hydrant Spring - *Mile Marker 26.4* This is located on the Pulltite Spring to Round Spring stretch just after you put in at Pulltite. It'll be just after the Pulltite Spring inflow and it'll be also on the right.
Ebb and Flow Spring - *Mile Marker 52.1* "Some rather small springs, like Ebb and Flow, vary in flow on a time table unrelated to rainfall or barometric pressure. This spring was timed for two hours, and went from low to high flow about every 30 minutes. Each time it rose, it came to the same level as previously. Scientists are uncertain what causes the periodicity. Some think it exemplifies a siphon-based "fill/flush" cycle (similar to flushing a toilet with a bucket of water). --Jo Schaper". This spring is located about 0.4 miles before you reach the Two Rivers junction and it can be reached by walking one-quarter mile up creek on left.
Blue Spring - *Mile Marker 61.0* - Video Located 8.5 miles below the Two Rivers junction. Ninth largest in the state, has deepest blue color. Reached by a one-quarter mile walk up its branch on the left. Also see here.
Big Spring - *Mile Marker 90.2* -----> (Largest Spring in the state, and it just happens to be on the Current River.) Located about 4.3 miles below the Van Buren Hwy 60 bridge on the left.