In this study, we conducted flume experiments to investigate the three-dimensional flow structures around a half-submerged spur dike in a straight open channel flume. The experiments were carried out under the two different Froude numbers, 0.10 and 0.18. The results were compared with the previous experimental result conducted for non-submerged spur dike. Three-dimensional instantaneous velocities were measured using Acoustic Doppler Velocimetry (ADV) and water elevation data were collected using ultra sonic distance sensor. The results show that submergence conditions of the spur dike largely influence the three-dimensional flow structures around a spur dike.