Corona Things to Do

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    Glen Ivy...It's Time to Rejuvenate!!

    by Nevo Written Jun 28, 2009

    This place gets major props. It is a huge, beautiful SPA with tons of 'mini attractions'. I started off by visiting the grotto which is an underground cavern that takes you on a moisturizing adventure. I came out feeling like a million bucks. Very inexpensive ($17) and well worth it. You can actually go before noon and it half off...Next to it was 'club mud' which is a designated area for mud. I highly recommend this as well but if you do the grotto make sure you give yourself 2 hrs before jumping into the mud. That's what the staff recommended....

    The massage treatment i got was at the area called 'under the oaks'. Its outdoor and in privacy. I recommend this for 2 reasons: mood and shade. After a nice sunny day by the pool and jumping from place to place its nice to kick back under a giant tree and listen to its leaves rustle in the wind...

    all and all the staff was very friendly, great services rendered from facials to full body treatments, and many little areas where you can kick back and enjoy the quiet....

    make sure you come for an entire day!

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    Toms Farms

    by malianrob Updated Mar 19, 2006
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    This is an interesting place to go to. It used to be just a small farm that sold fresh produce. Then a hamburger stand was openned and then a Mexican restaurant. It is a place that you can easily spend the whole day at.
    Theres alot of entertainment for the kids, shopping, and people watching. For some reason its also a very popular place for bikers.

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    "The Grotto"

    by Goner Updated May 25, 2003

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    Gazebo for the Smoker

    The Grotto is a one-of-a-kind spa treatment that you will find under the ground by an elevator found next to the Locker Building. There you will be coated with a rich, light green body mosturizer made of sea kelp, aloe and other beneficial elements. Next you go deeper into the ground to hydrate for at least half an hour. There are individual granite showers to rinse off after your hydrating treatment. You may stay as long as you wish and sip an herbal tea.

    The Grotto opens at 11 a.m. and the last decent must be made an hour before closing. This experience costs $20.

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    Theraputic Body Treatments

    by Goner Updated May 23, 2003

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    Quiet Area

    The Theraputic Body Treatments List:

    Essential Oil Wrap $75
    Shea Butter Wrap $50
    Sea Kelp Clay Wrap $75
    Eucalyptus Wrap $45
    Body Polishing $75
    Apricot Body Polishing $45
    Sugar Glow $50

    Must make reservations at least 3 weeks in advance.

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    Have a Massage

    by Goner Updated May 23, 2003

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    Massage Room

    There are many types of massages; Swedish, Shiatsu, and Temescal Stone Therapy. These can be taken for 20 minutes to 80 minutes. Prices vary from just the back of the body or foot massage from $40 a session to The Stress Reliever at $130 which includes 60 minutes Swedish Massage. Appointments should be made at least three weeks in advance. There were no appointments available when we arrived there.

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    Play in the Mud Bath

    by Goner Updated May 23, 2003

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    Mud

    The mud is an indigenous clay that said to have healing properties, as well as cleansing. It does stain some clothes, so they suggest you wear an "old" bathing suit. It also stains the skin - however, it comes off when you use the scrub brush and warm shower next to the mud bath.

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    Your Own Locker

    by Goner Updated May 23, 2003

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    Locker Room

    They give you your own locker and key and lots and lots of towels! The Locker building also houses the changing rooms, showers, toilets, steam room, and the Roman bath which are all included in your entrance fee of $42/day Friday, Saturday and Sunday and $30/day the rest of the week. The hours during daylight saving time are 9:30 a.m. to 6:00 p.m.

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