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These three natural hot springs are within 3 hours travel time from Los Angeles, California

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Many locals don't know there are natural hot springs within 3 hours of travel time from Los Angeles. There is something uniquely magical and rejuvenating about natural hot springs. Besides the many therapeutic health benefits of thermal water, hot springs soothe and rejuvenate your body and enhance your relaxation and well-being.

If you want to get out in nature to gorgeous natural hot springs, look no further than these three natural hot springs within 3 hours travel time from Los Angeles, California.

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These three natural hot springs are within 3 hours travel time from Los Angeles, California

Glen Ivy Hot Springs

Native American tribes have used the mineral waters of the Glen Ivy Hot Springs for millennia for healing the body and mind. Upon the development of a country inn, weary travelers have used Glen Ivy Hot Springs commercially for over 150 years. Nowadays, the hot springs are within a resort featuring treatment rooms, saunas, cabanas, restaurants, cafes and offer an escape from your busy life.

The admission to Glen Ivy Hot Springs includes access to 19 pools, (including thermal mineral baths, a hot and cold plunge pool, a saline pool, and a lap pool) saunas, steam rooms, Roman baths, and Club Mud.

Additionally, there are fitness and wellness classes. In fact, there is always something happening at Glen Ivy, whether it's Tai Chi, meditation, yoga on the deck, or AquaFit classes in the lap pool.

On top of that, there are optional spa treatments that include facials, massage, manicures and body treatments.

Spend the day luxuriating among the lush garden and lounge areas while soaking away your worries in the thermal waters.

Travel time from Los Angeles to Glen Ivy Hot Springs is 2 hours.

Travel time from San Diego is 2.5 hours.

Open Daily 9:30 am – 5:00 pm.

25000 Glen Ivy Road, Temescal Valley, California.

Visit the website to view packages. Bookings are essential.

"Great place, great value, great price! Well maintained and beautiful location. It's a bit out of the way from Los Angeles... But a nice drive. Try the red clay "club mud" and the underground grotto. Spent four hours there and left feeling refreshed and renewed." - Darwin P., Yelp.

Deep Creek Hot Springs

Deep Creek Hot Springs are natural pools located in the San Bernardino National Forest. The gorgeous California oasis is surrounded by a remarkable landscape transporting you to a blissful experience for your mind and body while relishing in the health benefits of the thermal waters.

The hot springs consist of several pools with a creek alongside the springs. The temperature of the springs is generally 100 to 105 degrees. When the hot springs get too hot, you can jump in the river to cool off.

You can find more information, including how to get to these hot springs in our travel story - Only 2.5 hours from Los Angeles will see you luxuriating in these natural hot springs.

Only 90 miles travel from Los Angeles, the hot springs are a great weekend escape from the city.

Beverly Hot Springs SPA

This one is for all those city-loving folks who can't bear to leave the action of L.A.

Nestled in the heart of Los Angeles and only 15 minutes from Beverley Hills is the only spa in L.A with 100% natural hot springs. The spa is fed by thermal water from an artesian well.

The Spa amenities include the Natural Hot Springs Pool, a cold plunge pool, a eucalyptus steam room, and a dry sauna.

Besides that, Beverly Hot Springs SPA is world-renowned for an extensive range of luxurious spa treatments, including massage, facials, sunless spray tanning, and other body treatments.

Spend a day pampering yourself and immersed in the mineral-rich hot springs without leaving Los Angeles.

You can find more information on their packages on their website - Beverlyhotsprings.com.

Beverly Hot Springs, 308 N Oxford Ave, Los Angeles, California.

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