Glen Ivy Hot Springs in Corona
Glen Ivy Hot Springs is located in Temescal Valley, close to the town of Corona in California on a beautiful eleven-acre resort. It is one of the most relaxing, fun and unique hot spring getaways in California and is an excellent option for the entire family or just for a getaway for two. Glen Ivy Hot Springs is located just over an hour outside of Los Angeles making it extremely accessible if you reside in or around that city or if you are just visiting the area.
Glen Ivy Hot Pool Information
Glen Ivy features 19 hot pools, most of which are mineral pools with temperatures of over 100 degrees Fahrenheit. These pools are located in different locations on the property; some are in secluded garden locations for more privacy. At the Glen Ivy Resort, a soothing mineral spring is always just around the corner regardless of where you are on property!
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Glen Ivy Facilities
In addition to soothing hot pools, the Glen Ivy Resort offers many additional amenities for you to have a complete experience. One of the main attractions at the facility is the world-renowned spa that has been voted one of the best spas in America. The facility also includes a fitness center, changing facilities, showers and four restaurants that serve freshly produced organic options that are locally produced.
History of Glen Ivy Hot Springs
Glen Ivy has been around for more than a millennium and was a spiritual center for healing for the local Native-American tribes who resided in the Temescal Valley. The hot springs were discovered by early European visitors to the Temescal Valley in 1860, and over the years it has developed into a popular spot for relaxation and healing under therapeutic mineral waters in a laidback and calm environment. The hot springs are now a part of the Glen Ivy Resort which began operations in 1977 and currently welcomes over 200,000 satisfied guests on an annual basis.
Access and Usage Fees
Glen Ivy Hot Springs charges a small fee for access to its amenities. The most popular package offered by Glen Ivy Hot Springs is the “Taking the Waters” package, this includes access to all 19 pools at the resort, access to all lounges, use of steam rooms and saunas, access to the Club Mud outdoor facility and access to the Bath House which includes shower and locker facilities. The cost for the Taking the Waters Package starts at $50 per day (Monday to Friday) and $70 per day on weekends for stays up to February 28, 2019. From March 1, 2019, the rates go up to $52 during the week and $57s on weekends. Please note that holiday rates apply for all major US holidays except Thanksgiving Day and Christmas when the facility is closed.
Glen Ivy Hot Springs is available year-round. It is an extremely popular attraction, especially during the summer months and on weekends. To secure your space at the relaxing Glen Ivy Hot Springs, it is highly recommended that you pre-book a spa experience. If you do, you will be guaranteed entrance to the facility. If you would rather visit when there are fewer people at the Glen Ivy Hot Springs, weekdays and the Fall months are your best bet.
Glen Ivy Hot Springs Directions
From Los Angeles:
Take US Highway 101 South to I-5 South. Follow I-5 South, CA-91 and I-15 South for approximately 1 hour to Temescal Canyon Road. Take exit 88 from 1-15. Continue on Temescal Canyon Road for 4 minutes until reaching Glen Ivy Road.
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