Out 'n' About Treesort

Takilma, Oregon, USA

An interesting complex of treehouses plus many activities and a zipwire circuit, in Oregon.

Key Points

  • Individually designed treehouses built from 12 to 47 feet up into the trees!
  • Select a treehouse that suits you - Forestree has a toilet and sink, Pleasantree has a full bathroom. Tree Room Schoolhouse Suite has a kitchenete and full bathroom and good for families. But some others have use of shared bathroom facilities.
  • The treehouses sleep from 2-6 guests.
  • A full breakfast is offered in the main season. Enquire for special rates in Winter with minimum breakfast.
  • Do the zipwire circuit while you are here!

Description

The internationally famous Out 'n' About Treesort has branched out once again, and has added the Treehouse Institute of Takilma, a high school that hangs from the branches in an oak grove in Takilma, Oregon. The picturesque little valley is nestled in the south west corner of the state among the Siskiyou Mountains, outside of Cave Junction and just below the wilderness headwaters of the East Fork Illinois River. The Treesort and Institute features Treehouse accommodations for kids of all ages. If you come to learn, relax, romance or just have fun there is plenty for all.

As well as the 18 treehouses, 7 swinging bridges, 5 swings plus the Giant Tarzan, horses and chickens and a freshwater pool, there is an unbeatable collection of zipline courses with over a mile of Treehouse Ziplines.

Details of the treehouses are - The Majestree for 4-6, the highest residence with full bathroom, kitchenette and porch with spiral staircase. 47 feet up. The Serendipitree is a 2 storey treehouse for 2 (+2 children if need be). It has a fridge and the bathroom is 100ft away in the main house. The Forestree has walls, is 35 feet up, sleeps 4+, is accessible via the Mountain View Treeway and has toilet, fridge and sink inside. The Pleasantree sleeps 4+ so good for family and has a mini fridge, hot water, toilet and shower. The Treeloon sleeps 4 and is connected by a swinging bridge to the Cavaltree (styled like a fort in the trees). This treehouse is styled like an old west style saloon with swing doors. Amenities 120 feet away.

The Treehouse Institute offers instruction in basic engineering, design and construction methods for building treehouses. There are also plenty of other things to learn and have fun with here. It is like a summer camp for the whole family. The experienced certified staff give zip line extravaganzas, guided horse back riding and treehouse construction. The craft courses are taught by local artists on site. There is a performance stage also, often used by the kids to play on.

Breakfast is provided.

No pets except service animals.

 

Room Types

Double
Double Ensuite
Family Rooms
Whole property for 5 or more

Features

Accessibility

 Not suitable for those with mobility issues

Outdoor

 Balcony

Kitchen

 Fridge

Shared Facilities

 Shared bathroom facilities

 Stroll to bathroom facilities

Parking

 Free parking

 Parking not alongside accom

Setting

 Large site (12+ accoms)

FAQs

Are you open year round?

Some treehouses are open year round, although windstorms could mean your stay is not possible. Or in freezing weather there may be no water.

Are children welcome?

Yes, but you are responsible for the suitability of your children to be up in the trees.

Nearest Airport/s

Del Norte County / Rogue Valley / Portland

Tags

  • Family Friendly  
  • Best Views  
  • Huts & Cabins  
  • Rural Retreat  
  • Treehouse Holidays