An engineering marvel, the Tree Room Schoolhouse Suite is open all year, is
heated and accommodates up to 6 guests. It has its own bathroom, complete
with antique claw foot cast iron tub with shower. The kitchenette includes a refrigerator,
microwave, coffee maker, toaster, utensils and service for 6. There is a separate
master bedroom, a double futon in the sitting area and a loft that accommodates
*SWISS FAMILY COMPLEX
In the Swiss Family Complex, the children's unit has an undersized door and
built-in bunk beds. The adult unit is entered via a trap door in the floor
and has a deck accessed through a French door. A combination deck/landing
below the adults' unit supports the swinging bridge to the kids' room. From
this deck, you can slide down the "fire pole" to the ground, or from the second
(lower) landing children of all ages can swoop to the yard area on a rope swing.
It is heated and open March thru October.
The Peacock Perch has a double bed and single bunk, a refrigerator, hand-washing sink and
a porch at the top of the 20-feet-high pole banister stairs. It is touched
off nicely by a hand carved door featuring a giant peacock. It is open
all year and is heated.
The Yurt in a tree can accommodate a slew of kids, from all ages, 6 to 76 years
old. It is 18' in diameter on a large elevated deck, has electricity, a queen & bunk beds, plus 2 cots,
sleeps four more easliy on the floor with sleeping bags and pads we can provide. Bathroom facilitrees available in the pavilion 120' away.
The Cavaltree looks like a cavalry fort, is a two-story treehouse that has a double bed in the tented portion
and a deck on the first floor. The second floor is a lookout tower that three
or more kids can sleep in. A swinging bridge links the Treeloon and Cavaltree
from a central stair about 100' away from the central facilitrees. It is open June Through September.
What is the Treeloon? It is a treehouse that looks like an old west style Saloon in front. Get into it from the swinging bridge that connects to the common stair with Cavaltree. Inside it has a Queen size bed which sleeps two, with a handy sink right next to it. Up the interior ladder is a big split loft with plenty of room for two kids .
MASTREE and BALCONTREE
New for 2006 season! Both are part of upstairs in the main lodge, the family is finaly moving out to Mike n Peg's Ultimate Treehouse. Entry is from stairs outside lodge or the treeway. Well appointed and have private bathrooms with shower, see web site for details. Open all year!
New in '07 was the Pleasantree, check it out and more we can't fit here, online!! www.treehouses.com
The two-story rustic cabin sleeps up to 5, has a queen bed upstairs, a double futon in the living room. It also has a bathroom with shower and a kitchenette. Its pole-framed construction is touched off nicely by custom rock work behind the Franklin fireplace. It features a commanding view of a large meadow and a stand of old-growth forest. There is a treehouse just outside that kids of all ages can sleep in during the summer months. The cabin also has electric heat and is open all year.
The Treezebo is our tallest treehouse at 37 feet. This gazebo in the trees
is not for the acrophobic! You must take the Mountain View Treeway to get
to the Treezebo. It sleeps up to 4, sports a queen-size bed and two singles
- toilet, sink, refrigerator, table and chairs. The 42-inch wooden walls have
canvas zip down roll ups as a full enclosure. It is heated and open from mid-March
through October. A bathhouse is located below.
Forestree, at 35 ft., is similar to the Treezebo, except the walls are solid
with opening windows. This unit is heated, has facilitrees and is open year round, sleeps up to 5.
The Serendipitree took several years to figure out how to build so it could
fit two adults and two small children. The loft is all bed, longer than a
king and wider than a twin. The downstairs has a seating area that makes into
a bed that is about the size of a queen on one side, but not the other. It
has a fridge, is heated and rented all year.
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