Out ‘N’ About Treehouse Treesort

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Out 'N' About Treesort Resort

If you want a fun place to camp then check this place out near Cave Junction, Oregon. The “Treehouse Treesort” a glorified camping adventures for the whole family. There are about 14 different tree houses in which one can stay. Some houses are on stilts while others are well up into a tree. To access a tree house from the ground you climb a set of stairs and travel a connecting bridge system. This is a bed and breakfast place while the families on their own prepare other meals. There is access to a little building that has pots, pans, cooking utensils, plates, silverware, microwave, and propane grills. All you need to do is bring food and of course clean up your mess when you are done. Other amenities include zip lines, horseback riding, rafting, tree climbing and hiking. Of course, that would be an extra cost for these activities. This is a wonderful adventure for the whole family to enjoy. A word of warning usually this place is booked a year advance for the summer fun. Moreover, it is definitely worth the experience for the family. Furthermore, all guests have access to the breakfast every morning during the main season. It also includes a laundry area, games, and kitchen facilities. In fact, there is a volleyball court, dirt basketball court, horseshoe pits and a seasonal swimming pool for additional activities. Of course, if you are unable to stay at the resort you still have access to the above-mentioned activities to book for your family fun! Just call a head and book the activities of interest. Meanwhile, there are other places in proximity to visit if you use the Treesort as a basecamp. The Redwoods National and state park are close by to visit and hike. The Oregon coast is not that far of a drive from Cave Junction with stops at Battery Point Lighthouse, Memorial Lighthouse St. George, and a beautiful stop at Klamath Overlook where whale watching, seagulls, cormorants, bald eagles, sea lions are visible with binoculars. Also, nearby are the caves that you hike to see stalactites and stalagmites in its entire splendor. The caves are a National Monument. Lastly, there is plenty to do and see in the area of Cave Junction, Oregon. Just plan your days out to see all this area may hold.  

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