Glamis North Hot Springs in California
Wide-open skies with desert beauty as far as the eye can see. For 30 years, Glamis lay neglected until Cal and Roslyn Loewen swept in with a little TLC, bringing life back into this quaint Niland escape. The springs were originally discovered in 1938 during the construction of the All American Canal, providing relief to aching muscles. Known as ‘Little Yellowstone’ in the 1950s, people converged to enjoy pleasant camaraderie and the soothing qualities of the natural hot springs water.
A plethora of activities greet the visitor of Glamis North. Overnight adventures, hiking, ATVing and swimming are among the highlights of your stay. Enjoy views of the Chocolate Mountains and the Mexicali Valley while taking in breathtaking 360° vistas as well as other hot springs near Joshua Tree.
Glamis North Hot Springs Resort Facilities
Natural geothermal water fills two deluxe swimming pools to splash and play. For a more personal relaxing soak, dip into one of the many individual soakers, perfect to stretch out and rejuvenate the soul. For those times when you’re not enjoying the water, Glamis offers miles upon miles of ATV and hiking trails. Explore sand dunes, bat caves and old mines to your heart’s content. Stop in at Sassy’s Outback Cafe for a tasty bite and Sassy’s Gift Shop for that small remembrance. Showers and restroom facilities are easily accessible.
Want to come for the day? Not a problem! Day passes are available.
Be it tent, RV, Camping lodge with an extra bedroom (aka covered wagon!), cottages and cabins, Glamis has you taken care of. Ample parking space is available for your four-wheeled toys. Lodges feature many creature comforts; full bathrooms, refrigerators and t.v.s are just a few.
From ‘Snob Hill’ to the ‘Desert Golf Course’, you’ll find the RV site of your dreams. Pick the Near Pool sites for a quick jaunt to be by all the water action, or a Buddy site to share. Groups are more than welcome. Free wi-fi, water, sewer, power and fire rings included. Glamis has many different types to choose from if a cabin is more your style. There is bound to be one that suits your fancy.
Glamis North Hot Springs Directions
From Palm Springs head out on CA-86 and follow the signs for Brawley/El Centro/865 Expy for about 12 miles. Turn left onto CA-195/66th Ave. Take a right onto CA-111 S. Travel another 29 miles and take a left onto Hot Mineral Spa Road. Approximately 3.5 miles later you’ll be at Glamis.