This month’s review is one of my favorites. When I saw an article in the May issue of Family Fun about a tree house Bed and Breakfast in Oregon, I was ecstatic. The little girl in me jumped out with a delighted squeal. Stephen and I were already bouncing around the idea of driving to Washington to visit his brother. A couple of days stay in Oregon, in a tree house no less, is not a bad idea.
Here are a few other sites in varying states and country that offer a treehouse experience. If you come across anymore, please let me know.
Out’n’About Treehouse Treesort in Takima, Oregon: Out’n’About offers outdoorsy activities including horseback riding, campfire smores, tree house construction classes, tree climbing lessons and a chance to swing on a zip line. Reservations can be made a year in advance. The Treesort is open year round. Some of the perches do not have plumbing, but there is a central lodge with a full kitchen and two baths.
Costa Treehouse in Costa Rica: A sister site of the Oregon Out’n’About Treehouse Treesort located in a tranquil mountain village of Guanacasteeco in Costa Rica with a focus on “sustainable environment and living with green economics”.
Blackthorne Inn: For a romantic get-a-way for two, try the Eagles Nest at the Blackthorne Inn near Point Reyes in California. The Eagles Nest is a cozy room in a tower with majestic views.
A Teton Treehouse in Wilson Wyoming: What began as a private cabin, has turned into a 6 bedroom with private bath retreat. Perfect for family reunions or an intimate get-a-way in close proximity to Jackson Whyoming, Yellowstone and Grand Teton National parks.
Cedar Creek Treehouse, Mount Rainier: Imagine looking out your window from 50 feet up in a giant cedar. Ground level cabins are also available.
Treehouse Cottages in Eureka Springs Arkansas: Cottages are nestled 22 feet high and are spaced out to give privacy.