by Joanna Nesbit
At first glance, Vertical Horizons seems to cater to couples, but it welcomes kids and offers a quiet, unique “treehouse” stay in a woodsy setting. Be aware, however, prices are based on double occupancy, and kids cost the same as an extra person, so it’s not a budget experience. But the rate includes free Wi-Fi and “Phil’s Awesome Breakfast,” a full breakfast served family style with items like fresh fruit, eggs, bacon, French toast, crepes, and whipped cream. Three of the four available treehouses accommodate families (the Cottage and Shitake sleep four, and Excalifer sleeps up to six). They include lofts with ladders or spiral stairs, mini-fridges, teakettles, and half bathrooms. The Excalifer has a microwave and TV. There’s a main guest bath facility near the main house for showers, a short walk along a pathway. You’ll also find a disc golf course (bring your own discs) on the property, and Cave Junction’s caves are about 45 minutes away.
Our Editor Loves
- Treehouses of several designs for families
- Peaceful woodsy setting
- Complimentary full breakfast
- Horse Back Riding
- Water Sports
- Family Room 5+
- Free Breakfast
- Free Wi-Fi
We stayed in the largest treehouse. It seemed very spacious, since there were only 3 of us. It would be cozy with 6 people so I would recommend not planning to hang out in the treehouse during the day. Breakfast was really good and presented very nicely (be sure to be on time - 9am).
We toured the nearby caves and there were awesome.
by Meredith N
Really fantastic stay and truly unique experience! We stayed one night in the off season and both the hosts and the accommodations were lovely. We stayed with 3 people in Excalifer. The breakfast was also incredible and the fresh fruits were very welcome after weeks of road food. I plan to come for a longer stay sometime in the future!