As stewards of a timeless legacy and tradition of healing waters, Glen Ivy Hot Springs has been a Southern California destination for over 150 years. In earlier times, these natural mineral springs and oaken forests at the foot of the Santa Ana Mountains served as a peaceful sanctuary for generations of indigenous peoples who gathered here for peace and respite. Today, these same values hold true as Glen Ivy embraces this responsibility, seeking to “elevate life experience” through a unique location and a variety of healing treatments and therapies including the renowned naturally thermal mineral waters which absorb into skin, imparting warmth to soothe aching joints and muscles.
Glen Ivy’s mineral baths hover at a 104° in temperature. We encourage you to stay hydrated while you take the waters and limit your soaking time to short intervals. For your safety and wellbeing, we recommend consulting your personal physician before your visit if you are expecting or have any health concerns. As well, we advise to leave jewelry at home as minerals may cause them to tarnish.
Here is an analysis of Glen Ivy’s mineral water:
|Sodium Chloride||14.8 mg/L|
|Calcium Carbonate||25.6 mg/L|
|Sodium Sulfate||123 mg/L|
|Sodium Carbonate||41.3 mg/L|
|Total Dissolved Solids||216 mg/L|