A 6'x6' cedar shingle tree house which you get in then raise yourself up into the tree.There is a two person tent site adjacent to the treehouse. Communal campfire site and outhouse and picnic area are nearby.
- Check in: After 2PM
- Check out: Before 12PM
- Cancellation policy: Strict
- On arrival: Go straight to camp
- Minimum nights: 1 night
- Accepts bookings: 9 months out
Offered on the Host's property or nearby.
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Very unique, but also very limited.
Sleeping in a floating treehouse was definitely a very unique "outdoor experience"!
The site fit our very specific needs for that night--a as a quick overnight stop close to the North Cascades Wilderness Info Center--but... the site didn't have much room for a tent, or a stove, or a firepit--so if you're looking for a prolonged "camping" experience, then you may want to look elsewhere.
Not bad but not great either
Overall, the place was okay. Host was very kind and friendly. There isn't much space for true camping. It was also extremely buggy! Bring citronella candles and tons of bug spray if you can.
The treehouse was neat, but we decided not to sleep in it because it was small. The instructions could've indicated that we were literally driving into someone's backyard. We were hoping we were in the right place and not invading someone's actual property as a mistake.
The upkeep of the space could use some work... lots of weeds, overgrowth, and such.
Stay on edge of nw rainforest
Very relaxed environment, tucked slightly in the woods away from the main property to allow for some privacy. Treehouse takes some effort to lift upwards, so I didn't take it all the way to the top - had to leave early and didn't want to wake everyone up.
Loved our trip!
My roommate and I loved this weekend trip! We checked in and the host showed us where everything was as well as introduced us to all the little animals on their land (Jonny the rooster was our fav). The treehouse is 6’x6’ so there’s no room for a tent but we laid out a tarp and put our sleeping equipment down and it worked perfectly. It rained through the night and a few drops would hit you here and there but all our belongings stayed dry with no extra coverage. Would highly recommend to anyone!
Fun treehouse but it isn't secluded at all, visitors are directly behind the owner's house, basically their driveway. It's not a problem if you know that and have those expectations! Cool design, it was fun to hoist up!
Such a great stay! The treehouse was easy to find with the directions & map location. It was so much fun being able to stay in the treehouse (very well built and the bug net was an awesome bonus) and the farm was beautiful, with mountain views. We loved the unique experience!