Backyard Living: It’s all the rage these days

This summer, it’s all about creating that perfect outdoor oasis. No one’s redesigning their living room for the 3rd time in a row. This year, they’re flipping through a palette of bright colors and floral patterns in their search for the perfect seat cushion and endless “pinning” of bbq sides and cocktail recipes.

But creating that perfect backyard experience isn’t just about throw pillows and bamboo rugs.

It’s all about the centerpieces… 

No matter who you are, there’s nothing like a hot soak on a cool morning/night. No one knows this better than Sundance Spas of Jackson HoleThis July, save hundreds on a new Edison and Peyton Hot Tub. Just $5,999!

Everyone loves a BBQ. There’s no question the smell of food on the grill arouses the senses, which can lead to a memorable experience. The Big Green Egg is the most versatile cooker on the market today. As a grill, it’s perfect for burgers, chops, and steaks. Use it as an oven for breads, pies, roasts, and casseroles. You can now get one from Sundance Spas of JH.

Already in love with your Egg? Take things to the next level and get all the accessories you need at 25% off.

Make backyard nights memorable with a touch of flare. From cozy fire pits, to custom outdoor kitchens and furniture, Sundance Spas of Jackson Hole are your local experts. Save 10% on an Outdoor Great Room Fire Pit, now through July!

Whether you’re looking for some quiet relaxation enjoying the brisk mountain air or wow-ing guests at your next bbq, you’re just not backyard living if you don’t have the essentials.

Save now through the end of July at Sundance Spas of Jackson Hole.

1655 High School Road in Jackson
Questions? Call (307) 201-5219

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