Treehouse Point
Frequently Asked Questions   Click on question to view answer
What are your rates?
For Rates and Availability, please complete the web-form here.
Do you have a room available on…?
For a link to our Availability Calendar, please complete the web-form here.
Why do all of the weekends look booked?
Our weekends (Friday/Saturday/Sunday) are closed year round until 60 days prior. Each Monday afternoon at 2pm Pacific Time, we open the next 60-day-out weekend to reservations, around any wedding bookings that have come in prior. Please set a reminder to use the link to the Calendar of Availability to secure a weekend reservation following the guideline referenced above. (Example: Friday, Saturday or Sunday September 11th, 12th, or 13th would potentially be opened to individual reservations on Monday afternoon, July 13th).
What do I do when the calendar looks full?

As you discovered, we are a popular destination and interest outpaces our supply of rentable treehouses.

We open the calendar for November - April WEEKDAYS on May 1st.
We open the calendar for May - October WEEKDAYS on November 1st.

If you wish to stay on a WEEKEND, weekends are closed year round until 60 days prior. Each Monday afternoon at 2pm Pacific Time, we open the next 60-day-out weekend to online reservations, around any wedding bookings that have come in prior. Please set a reminder to use the link to the Calendar of Availability to secure a weekend reservation following the guideline referenced above.

If you would like to be contacted in the event of cancelation for a specific WEEKDAY-pair of dates (ex. Monday & Tuesday OR Wednesday & Thursday), please email us at with the specific 2-day-paired dates and also your cell phone number, for best reachability.

Can I come see the treehouses without spending the night?
Yes. You may make a reservation for a guided tour! To view the dates that we have available for tours and to buy tickets, visit our ticketing site: Click here.
Do you allow children?
No. We are a retreat for relaxation, rejuvenation and reconnecting. Because of this, we ask that you do not bring any children under the age of 13 years for an overnight stay. We try to maintain a mature atmosphere, conducive to a romantic, adult getaway. We do, however, allow children to come visit for a tour.
Do you allow Pets?
No. We do not accept pets, including dogs. We follow ADA guidelines regarding Service Animals, and Emotional Support Animals do not qualify. You agree to notify us when making your reservation should you have a qualified-under-ADA-guidelines Service Animal.
Are you wheelchair accessible?
No. We are not wheelchair accessible for overnight stays or for tours. Due to our rustic, forest environment, we cannot accommodate wheelchair visits at this time. We do have hopes to have a wheelchair accessible treehouse completed on our property in the next couple of years. Stay tuned!
Do the treehouses have bathrooms?
No. The treehouses share private bathrooms on the ground level. Each bathroom is complete with a shower, toilet, sink and shower toiletries. Several treehouses have emergency use toilets. Please refer to the information packet (information instructions above) for which treehouses have emergency use toilets.
How should I pack for my stay?
Your treehouse comes equipped with heat, electricity, bottled water, an electric tea kettle, comfy bed with bed linens, towels, and an MP3 player/radio. Additionally, our bathrooms are fully stocked with shampoo, conditioner, body wash and a hair dryer. So, basically, pack what you'd normally take to a hotel.
Is there a restaurant onsite?
A homemade Continental Breakfast is included in your overnight stay, but we do not have a restaurant onsite. You are welcome to bring prepared snacks to keep in an ice-chest or make plans to visit one of the restaurants in the area. We do not allow cooking onsite.
Will Pete be there when I come to visit?
No, he most likely will not be. Because he is so busy jetting around the country, building and saving treehouses, he is something of a shooting star around TreeHouse Point.
Can you build me a treehouse?
No. TreeHouse Point is a Bed and Breakfast. But our sister company, Nelson Treehouse and Supply, covers:
  • The purchasing of Treehouse Parts and Plans
  • Consultation for having a treehouse built
  • The purchase of any merchandise
For more information, explore Nelson Treehouse and Supply's extensive website:
Nelson Treehouse and Supply If you are interested in being on the TV show Treehouse Masters on Animal Planet visit:
animalplanet.com
Can I come by and buy a souvenir?
No. While we do have souvenirs available for purchase for our guests, we suggest that you visit:
store.beinatree.com