A day at Glen Ivy can include visits to all of our 19 pools, the saunas, a fitness class, a massage, facial or nail care service, a trip to Club Mud, a visit to the Grotto and lots of great food and drink. Your admission includes use of the 19 pools, saunas, classes and Club Mud. Glen Ivy Hot Springs Spa is known for unpretentious prices and high value. With admission to the Spa come mineral water baths, outdoor and indoor pools and spas, steam rooms, saunas, and Club Mud, all in a subtropical surround/5(K). Glen Ivy Resort in Corona, California is an acre, luxurious day spa centered around natural mineral springs and red clay mineral baths that earned it the nickname "Club Mud." It's a relaxing place to spend a day, with a laid back ambiance that makes everyone . May 07, · Glen Ivy Hot Springs: Club Mud - See traveler reviews, candid photos, and great deals for Corona, CA, at TripAdvisor.5/5(). Thanks for your pin, Gail! (Club Mud is our favorite, too! I love to go to Glen Ivy Hot Springs near Corona, CA. The mud bath (red clay treatment) was my absolute favorite! .
Shower first and spread only a thin layer. These aren't those annoying wasps you find in some places, but real, stinging bees. Was this page helpful? All reviews mud bath club mud red clay mineral pool cold plunge massage or facial water stations water aerobics class amusement park grotto minerals saline float exfoliation admission therapist rafts. Food and drink are not included in the admission fee. Unbelievably strong smell.
It sounds nice, but seems overpriced, and caused one visitor's skin to burn and itch. We live close by, so it is very Language All languages. However the mineral bath pools were all rather small considering how many people were at the resort. Even the mud pool is chlorinated. Traveler rating.
Club Mud also offers lots of massages , skin care, nail care and body treatments. If you do the mud bath, more is not better. Glen Ivy is an hour or more drive from Los Angeles. German 1. Beverly L. About Us Help Center. Write a Review. Yes, I remember those Saint Bernards!