There are six treehouses at TreeHouse Point, most of which are designed for two person occupancy. With the exception of Burl, treehouses do not have modern plumbing, but cedar-walled bathrooms and shower houses are available on the ground, and are stocked with complimentary shampoo, conditioner, and body wash. Towels and bed linens are provided in all treehouses. Umbrellas and flashlights are offered to protect guests against inclement weather and the dark of night.
Burl is the newest treehouse on the property, and is the only one outfitted with a sink and a flush toilet. Access to Burl is via a long, steel bridge. Access to the upstairs, where the bed and bathroom are located, is via a ladder that resembles those on bunk beds. Gleamingly clean, and rustically charming, the treehouse has a queen bed, two comfortable leather chairs to recline in, and a small balcony with chairs. Burl looks out on mossy trees, through which the Raging River can be glimpsed. Burl offers an electric kettle, tea and coffee, complimentary bottled water, and a radio.
The Temple of the Blue Moon was the first treehouse built at Treehouse Point; it sits in a gigantic spruce tree close enough to the Raging River that one can fall asleep or wake up to the burbling of water over rocks. The Temple of the Blue Moon was designed with the Parthenon in Athens as its guide, and it has many windows and a deck with spectacular forest views. Indoors is a comfortable queen bed and deep leather chairs. Access to the treehouse is by suspension bridge.
The Upper Pond Treehouse is larger than the rest: it is a two-storey treehouse that sleeps four people. On the main floor there is a Queen bed and two lofted Singles. This spacious treehouse has a seating area, plenty of floor space, and rocks gently in the breeze to the sound of the wind rustling the leaves. Luggage is lifted to the Upper Pond Treehouse by a pulley.
The Nest treehouse is small, cozy, romantic, and inviting with a giant window that makes up one entire wall of the treehouse. It sports a view of a waterfall, pond, leafy trees and birds’ nests.
The Trillium treehouse has amazing vistas out of its floor to ceiling windows. Built for two, this two-story treehouse has a seating area on the first floor, and a queen bed upstairs, via a ladder.
Bonbibi is the smallest of the treehouses. Nights and mornings can be spent listening to the sound of the river from a comfortable queen bed, or overlooking the water from the treehouse’s small private deck. Access to the treehouse is up a graceful spiral staircase built around the trunk of the tree.
The Cedar Room is located in Treehouse Point’s main lodge. It has a handsome California King size bed, deep armchairs, a desk, and a balcony from which to view the rest of the property.