Whimsical Treehouse Point Getaway in Issaquah, WA

Dec 4, 2019

Category: Living

If your own yard doesn’t come equipped with a treehouse of its own, there are plenty of places to stay to experience an up high adventure. One of the forest based locations in Issaquah, Washington provides various treehouses to give users a different, pleasurable stay each time. Welcome to Treehouse Point.

The structures are all high in the sky, and whether you take a suspension bridge, spiraling staircase or ladder to the top– the climb will be well worth the effort. Reconnect with nature, enjoy the environment and natural wildlife. There are a variety of events that can be planned during your stay: concerts, treehouse building workshops and more to truly capture the essence of your accommodations and take some skills home with you.

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