Su-No-Wa Spring is a sixth-magnitude spring that flows from the surficial aquifer. The spring is enclosed by a 4-foot-diameter concrete pipe buried vertically in the sand and extended with blocks to about 1.5 feet above land surface. The fine white sand bottom of the enclosed spring pool is 6.5 feet below the top of the block wall. A 2-inch-diameter horizontal overflow pipe penetrates the concrete pipe enclosure 2.8 feet below the top of the block wall. Water enters the spring pool through the sand bottom, causing small sand boils, and flows out of a concrete enclosure through the overflow pipe, which extends downslope about 30 feet to the northwest. The discharge then continues to Thomas Creek about 100 feet from the spring. Water also seeps from the sandy hillside at several other points near the enclosed spring at about the same altitude (Rosenau et al. 1977).