Escape to TreeHouse Point

Treehouse Point

Located just 30 minutes east of Seattle in the Snoqualmie Valley, TreeHouse Point offers the opportunity to spend the night high in a thick canopy of centuries-old Sitka spruce trees. Each of the property’s four tree houses offers a unique experience, complete with handmade beds and vintage furnishings. Click through to tour the tree houses!

TreeHouse Point

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  • Temple of the Blue Moon 1 of 12
    Temple of the Blue Moon
    Completely supported by an ancient Sitka spruce and western red cedar, this tree house is just 70 feet from the cacophonous Raging River. It is connected to the ground by a 30 foot long chain bridge.
  • Temple of the Blue Moon 2 of 12
    Temple of the Blue Moon
    The tree house features one of Treehouse Point's signature queen-size beds.
  • Temple of the Blue Moon 3 of 12
    Temple of the Blue Moon
    Inside there is just enough room for two classic leather reading chairs, a writing desk, a bookcase, and a handcrafted armoire.
  • Trillium 4 of 12
    Trillium
    This tree house takes its name from the brilliant white lily-like flower that grows every year at the base of the huge cedar tree that is its host. Access is gained by climbing sixteen feet up a winding staircase.
  • Trillium 5 of 12
    Trillium
    The first floor is an open floor plan with two reading chairs, a writing desk, and a place to store your travel gear.
  • Trillium 6 of 12
    Trillium
    Climb a ships ladder to the loft where you will find a signature queen-size bed with an amazing view.
  • Trillium 7 of 12
    Trillium
    Enjoy the view from the two-story wall of windows.
  • Upper Pond 8 of 12
    Upper Pond
    Designed with families in mind, this tree house overlooks the same pond as the Nest tree house.
  • Upper Pond 9 of 12
    Upper Pond
    There is sleeping for 4 in two separate bunk beds and a handmade queen-size bed for mom and dad.
  • The Nest 10 of 12
    The Nest
    Nestled in grand cedar and spruce trees, this tree house features an outside deck that looks back towards the Upper Pond tree house.
  • The Nest 11 of 12
    The Nest
    Inside there is just enough room for a couple of chairs at the foot of the bed.
  • Greek Gazebo 12 of 12
    Greek Gazebo
    An open air gazebo perched in the trees.

Visit the TreeHouse Point website for more information!

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