Texas Historical Springs


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Historical Features are physical or cultural features that are no longer visible on the landscape. Examples: a dried up lake, a destroyed building, a hill leveled by mining. The term makes no reference to the age, use, or any other aspect of the feature. A ghost town, for example, is not a historical feature if it is still visible.

Displaying 1 to 23 of 23 records
Name County USGS Topo Map
Blue Mountain Springs Winkler Notrees
Boot Springs Brewster Emory Peak
Bridwell Springs Deaf Smith Rock Camp
Comanche Springs Pecos Fort Stockton West
Cox Springs Armstrong Jacks Creek South
Deep Springs Pecos Diamond Y Spring
DeKalb Spring Bowie Oak Grove
Fort Davis Spring Jeff Davis Fort Davis
Fort Little River Springs Bell Belton
Gavett Springs Borden Gail NE
Hurd Springs Culberson Hopper Draw East
King Springs Pecos Rock House Draw NE
Luis Guerra Springs Terrell McClain Canyon
Mountain Springs Cooke Mountain Springs
Ojita Tank Spring Webb East Losa Tank
Ojo de Agua Spring Kenedy Yarborough Pass
Parker Springs Donley Giles
Rattlesnake Springs Culberson Victorio Peak
Red Springs Bowie Leary
San Pedro Springs Pecos Fort Stockton East
Waco Springs McLennan Waco West
Willow Springs Winkler China Ranch
XIT Springs Hartley King SE
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