by Joanna Nesbit
Located just outside Cave Junction, the family-owned Treehouse Treesort offers an alternative adventure for families. The 36-acre property features 11 treehouses of different heights and four cabins, all designed with unique angles, corners, lofts, and built-in beds. Some include mini-fridges or a kitchenette, and they vary in size. Two have full bathrooms (Schoolhouse, Cabintree) and two have half baths (Treezebo, Forestree). The others share a central bathhouse. A number of them accommodate five to seven people but are priced at a rate for four (extra fee beyond four). Your stay includes breakfast. Kids will love the onsite activities, including aerial walkways, a play area, volleyball court, rock-lined swimming pool, fire pit, craft classes (small fee), and community cooking area with barbecues, microwaves, and stove top cookers. Extra activities (that cost extra) are the zip line tours, a giant Tarzan swing, and horseback rides. Treesort has a communal summer camp vibe that may or may not be your kind of thing.
Our Editor Loves
- Treehouses for families of all sizes
- Lots of outdoor activities
- Complimentary breakfast and community cooking area
- Horse Back Riding
- Water Sports
- Children Programs
- Family Room 5+
- Free Breakfast
- Free Wi-Fi
We called a week before our planned timeframe to be in area and fortunately we were able to stay one night in the treezebo treehouse. Absolutely amazing property, our inner child came to the forefront for 24 hours! Oh how we wish we could’ve stayed longer! Some
of our favorites things....Large tree swings, natural river fed pool, zip lining, ping pong, horseback riding, camp fire (firewood included), several grills and outdoor kitchen with all the utensils you need, an outdoor paradise! Our treehouse was 35’ high... accessed by stairs and suspension bridges, comfortable beds...we had a toilet and sink in ours. Bath house at ground level. Very clean! Great breakfast with excellent quiche, muffins, coffee, juices etc... oh and our 8 yr old son was in heaven. Friendly staff! Lots of treehouse options...We look forward to returning! Highly recommend!
by Kathy G
We booked the Majestree and the Pleasantree as a present for my brother's 25th wedding anniversary. There were nine of us total and we had the best time! "Glamping" is the perfect description. You have a bathroom and a shower and beds but it is a bit rustic. The breakfast is decent - the quiche and orange were delicious. We had a great time with the activities like the mosaic class and the horseback riding. The only suggestion I have is that they should partner with a local dog boarding place. I totally understand why it is a pet-free zone but this was a stop along the way to the coast so we had a furry friends with us. I had the hardest time finding a place to board them. Ended up with a place outside Grants Pass that was over an hours drive (one-way!). But we would totally recommend staying at this treesort. We had a lot of fun!