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Tree Houses
Every child's dream is to have a great treehouse or tree fort. There is something extraordinary about having your own space, high up in a tree, where nooks and crannies are made from tree branches. A tree house combines all things children love: outdoors, trees, climbing, fun, imaginative play and a great sense of well-being. For information about how to order your own custom treehouse, click here.

Tree Houses
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Every child's dream is to have a great treehouse or tree fort. There is something extraordinary about having your own space, high up in a tree, where nooks and crannies are made from tree branches. A tree house combines all things children love: outdoors, trees, climbing, fun, imaginative play and a great sense of well-being. For information about how to order your own custom treehouse, click here.
Minnesota Treehouse
Minnesota Treehouse nestles deep in the woods near an inviting lake, just waiting for kids to come take a Zip Line ride, climb the Rope-n-Rung ladder, cross the Swinging Bridge and hang-out at the Clubhouse. Left rustic with only a tinted tung-oil finish, this treehouse will weather beautifully to a silver gray.
Ship in a Tree

Ship in a Tree is a fascinating mix of fantasies creating an exciting kids' treehouse. And why not? This gnarled old tree has story book qualities, making it the perfect site. A Giant Rope Climb to the Main Deck with Ship’s Prow and Rope Net Railings will stir the imagination of any child. A total of 24 square feet of platforms are spread over 4 levels, woven among huge limbs.

Log Lookout
Log Lookout is a cool compilation of cost-effective ideas resulting in up to 10% savings: natural, unstained redwood with no trims & carvings, reclaimed materials provided by the client (such as tree logs & branches for railings & ladders), and rock holds added to an existing fence in place of building a new wall.  All ways to accomplish a great play space for a lower cost! 
Magic Treehouse
Built in a small cove of redwood trees, the Magic Treehouse provides a great escape spot for young kids! It is built directly across from the main house. Access to the treehouse is via rungs attached to a redwood sapling that break through the deck just behind the small Clubhouse.  Or, the rock climbing wall is the other way up.
Dynamite Treefort
A cascade of colors highlight this exuberant Treefort, making it an instant kid pleaser. Dynamite Treefort is anchored on one end with a 16' high 2-story Fort with Pyramid Roof and playhouse below. The 9' long bridge over 2 swings connects to the large deck wrapped around the trunk of the giant New Zealand tree that anchors the other end. Multiple ups & downs provide plenty of active play.