How to Enjoy Your Hot Tub All Year Long

Whether the sun is shining or it’s a crispy cold morning, you’ll stay toasty warm while soaking in a bubbly Hot Spring Spa. Imagine – by keeping your hot tub open all year long, you can sip a cold glass of tea or warm mug of hot cocoa while breathing in the fresh air. In fact, many people keep their hot tub ready-to-go at a comfortable 100 degrees Fahrenheit or higher so they can enjoy the therapeutic benefits year ’round.

Find out more and learn how you can enjoy your hot tub all through all four seasons:

Spring into the Spa

In the spring, an early morning soak is often best, followed by a quick walk on a beautiful, sunny day. Don’t start your day exhausted and cranky; instead a ten-minute soak will leave you refreshed and energized. Because the warm water will increase your blood circulation and make your heart work faster, your muscles will be loose and be ready for some physical activity.

A Summer Splash

Fire up the grill and throw a summer splash! Hot tubbing is the best form of socialization with friends and family any time of the year. Everyone loves a party – especially when it involves a hot tub and fun. In a Sovereign 6-person hot tub, everyone will be dazzled by the multi-color LED lightening and the BellaFontana illuminated waterfall.

Fall into the tub (not literally, of course)

Nothing is better than settling into a warm, bubbly hot tub on a brisk fall evening and experiencing a directional hydromassage. Time it just right – about 2 hours before bedtime – for a better night’s sleep.

Warm Winter Soak

Because winter activities can take a toll on you physically, relaxing in a spa at the end of the day will help relieve sore joints and muscles. For a warm winter soak, be sure to keep the cover tight and clear of debris to help your spa run efficiently. The winter season may show it’s time for a replacement hot tub cover. For more information on hot tub covers contact Coleman Backyards.


The 2019 Limelight Collection Owner’s Manual will help you understand your spa’s features, and answer questions you might have regarding spa operation, water care, and maintenance. There is also a troubleshooting section included for your convenience.  

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