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What You'll Get
Nature will always seek equilibrium, much like desktop pendulums, the principles of thermodynamics, and drunken trapeze artists. Rejuvenate your center with today’s Groupon to Morton’s Warm Springs in Glen Ellen. Choose between the following options:
• For $50, you get a 20-punch season pass to the springs (a $100 value).
• For $135, you get a picnic for 25 people (a $275 value).
Morton’s Warm Springs, a 100-year-old, 22-acre resort, celebrates nature with its three geothermal mineral-spring pools, indoor and outdoor sites and activities, and beautiful, wine-country surroundings. The 20-punch season pass allows 20 entries into the springs' warm, lifeguard-supervised mineral pools, filled with water stolen from the toasty insides of the planet. Weary or strained muscles can relax in the gentle waters, while jittery and invigorated brethren can take advantage of the massive volleyball, basketball, and horseshoe facilities. An abundance of natural trails furrow the landscape, providing multiple opportunities for enjoying rustic creeks, meadows, and wooded areas, and arcades supply a cool cave for indoor gaming. Guests can alternately reserve picnic space at the springs for 25 people, and employ the space to host a familial feast or chaotic game of leapfrog.
The Fine Print
Promotional value expires Sep 26, 2011. Amount paid never expires. Limit 2/person, may buy 2 addl as gifts. Valid only for opt purchased. Subject to availability. Must activate punch card by 8/31/11. Must redeem picnic opt by 9/5/11. Must be 14 or older or be accompanied by guardian. Not valid 6/22, 6/23, or 8/14. Subject to weather. Not valid for business or corporate events. May redeem across visits. Merchant is solely responsible to purchasers for the care and quality of the advertised goods and services.
About Morton's Warm Springs
The 22 acres of Morton's Warm Springs sprawls across meadows, clusters of towering oaks, and rugged rock formations surrounding a bubbling creek, immersing visitors in outdoor recreation since 1946. The site originally served as a camp for the Wappo Native Americans, who believed its mineral waters were sacred. Today, visitors splash through these same waters in two natural pools fed by geothermal springs. Guests can also play on baseball and sand or hard volleyball courts, and stroll along natural paths meandering beside the creek. Throughout the park, 20 indoor or outdoor picnic sites house revelers during weddings, family reunions, and school events, and many are equipped with brick or stone grills for cooking and running water for washing.