MASSAGE

 

Massage is offered for singles or couples by appointment at Avila Hot Springs and includes a half hour soothing mineral pool soak before or after your massage.

Please contact independent massage therapist Beverly Aviani of Avila Massage Spa (805) 704-3280 for information or to schedule an appointment.

 

 
Soak in our hot tub before your massage
Bike Rentals available from Wally's Bikes

Bike Rentals

We now have Beach Cruisers Bikes available for your cycling pleasure. With the beginning of the Bob Jones Bike Trail just a stones throw away, the Avila Hot Springs in the perfect place to start your adventure.
 

Adult Bikes                                   Kids Bikes

Per Hour $10                                  Per Hour $7

Half Day (4hrs) $25                        Half Day (4hrs) $20

Full Day (8hrs) $35                         Full Day (8hrs) $30

Overnight (24hrs) $45                    Overnight (24hrs) $40

Private parties can be booked at Avila Hot Springs

Private Parties

Perfect location for any Party & Events

Birthday Parties
Kids Parties
BBQ's
Holiday Parties
Showers
Graduation Parties
Fundraisers
and Much More!

Group events such as camp-outs, day or evening pool parties, youth sports awards ceremonies and birthdays are a specialty at Avila Hot Springs. Contact our Front Desk for reservations and details. Reservations are mandatory.

Bob Jones Trail

The Bob Jones Trail starts at the parking lot and is a paved trail down to Avila Beach

The Bob Jones Trail is the City to the Sea bike trail that follows the Pacific Coast Railroad right-of-way along the San Luis Obispo Creek to Avila Beach. Starts at the parking lot right off the 101 freeway by Avila Hot Springs Resort and ends near the beach in downtown Avila. This trail is great for walking, jogging, skating, biking, etc. The trail offers so much to look at, filled with nature and activity all around. There is a cute restaurant on the trail, which offers great food and wine. The trail travels along a golf course and a bridge that crosses the water. It ends at the beach/promenade in downtown Avila Beach. Here at Bob Jones Trail, you will learn the history of it and what is going on around it.

Map of Bob Jones trail from Avila Hot Springs