For our anniversary we went to Treehouse Point in Issaquah, Washington, where we stayed up in the trees with the birds and squirrels. Our “room” was located in the Trillium treehouse which is a loft with two levels connected by a ladder. Two and a half of the walls of the treehouse were made of windows. From our treehouse, I was pleasantly surprised that we could see only a glimpse of one other treehouse structure, the Greek Gazebo. Inside our treehouse, there were comfy chairs, games (Dominoes and Mancala), books, a large comfy bed and a heater which kept our little bungalow quite cozy. Many of the windows opened, so we were able to get fresh air and hear the rushing river nearby. In the morning we enjoyed a delicious breakfast in our private treehouse that was delivered right to our door.
It, of course, was raining the entire time, but we still managed to venture out to see the other treehouses. There is a trail through the Treehouse Point grounds that connects all of the treehouses. Each treehouse is constructed in a different style and size. The trail runs near a rushing river that blocks most of the noise from the road that runs nearby. Near the river are tons of rock piles, moss, fire pits and a stage for wedding ceremonies. There is also a knotted rope that you can climb that leads up to large canopy, high in the air, on which you can lie.
In the main building there is a large open room that is used for yoga in the mornings and parties, ceremonies and weddings in the summertime. My only complaint is that there is only one, shared bathroom and shower for ALL of the treehouses. I can see this as being a problem during the peak, summer season. But, overall, it was a relaxing, beautiful experience and I wish that we could have brought the Trillium treehouse home to live in.