Springs come from aquifers — an underground layer of water, either in permeable rock or unconsolidated materials — which can be a variety of depths beneath the surface. Some springs come from 300-foot-deep caves. Sometimes springs are just water flowing from a higher elevation to seep out from a lower elevation, sort of like a pipe running undeground. So, as you can see, it varies a great deal from spring to spring. This water could be gathered just undernearth the surface, or it could be hundreds of feet beneath.
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