Robinson Hollow Spring, Elkmont, Alabama


Robinson Road
Elkmont, Alabama 35620
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This spring is located between Veto Road and Pettusville Road on Robinson Road, South side. There is an old concrete catch basin and a pipe running to the roadside from rocks on the side of hill.
There are many other springs in this part of Limestone County due to the vastness of this limestone rock aquifer with it’s many crevices. Purported sources claim a continuous underground stream 30 miles long.

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  1. Dave Robison says:

    This an aerial view of what was my 4th great grandfather’s farm. Hezekiah Robinson (Robison or Robertson) settled here after his service in the War of 1812. The Robinson Family Cemetery is here but hidden in this view by the trees. His gravestone reads “HESAKIAH ROBRSON”.

  2. Dana says:

    Thank you Dave! My husband “works” in Limestone county and I am going to ask him to visit your location. Appreciate it! Dana

  3. Tina says:

    Has this water at Elkmont been tested for purity?

  4. ann says:

    is this spring still in operation and if so anyone welcome to come. any info on this spring is welcome as im looking for fresh spring water to bottle for home use.

    • Michelle says:

      My husband and i drove out here today hoping to find the spring source and get some water. Private property signs very visible and abundant. If anyone has further info on this spring it would be great. Much closer for us (we live in Huntsville) than going to Georgia. ????????

    • tom w says:

      Yes its just a pipe coming out from the side of the hill, just be courteous and pull over because its a narrow road, best way to get to it is turn right(or left) on robinson road if you are coming from veto road and just go down past the first few houses, then youll get to the wooded part and keep and eye out on the right for it, but dont go after dark because you might run into a ghost or two

  5. Brian says:

    I went to this spring yesterday and filled up my 5 gallon. Out of all the springs/artesian wells i’ve gone to in Alabama, this is my favorite tasting water. So good and easy to find.

  6. Brian says:

    I went there yesterday and filled up my 5 gallon. Out of all the springs/artesian wells i’ve been to alabama, this is my favorite tasting water. So good and easy to find.

  7. anne persinger says:

    I would like to know if you are willing to share water from your well.. we are looking for a fresh water source. We live in harvest

  8. Jonathan says:

    Hi. Any recent updates anyone can offer?

  9. Jonathan says:

    Visited this spot last fall and again this past March. A black pipe spouts a strong flow from a reservoir just up the hill. Water tastes good 🙂

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