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Accommodations, Family Travel, Posted by Amy, Travel Activities

Spending the Weekend in a Treehouse

Saturday: Activities

We got up and had breakfast, which is provided by the Treesort. The breakfast was fantastic, and the quiche was so good I still think about it 6 months later.

We had originally planned on going out to visit Cave Monument National Park on Saturday, but there were so many activitrees (I warned you already about the tree puns) available that we just stayed there the entire day. Among the five of us, the activities we did were:

  • Horseback riding
  • Zip lining
  • Went on a walk in the woods around the property
  • Got massages
  • Took an art class (made tile mosaics)
Horses getting ready for a trail ride
Horseback riding
The zip lines are out in this field, with walking trails around the edges.

I did the tile mosaic art class, and the instructor was so entertaining, we just laughed for the entire 90-minute class.

Tile mosaic art class
The state of Michigan, a beautiful work of art. The blank spots were filled in with cement and dried overnight.

After we created our beautiful works of art, they were taken away to be dried in the oven and returned to us the next morning.

We didn’t all do the same things but there was really something for everyone.

Chilling at the Treesort!

In the afternoon as we were leisurely drinking some wine on the deck, all of the sudden we heard a creaking noise that grew louder and louder, and scared the crap out of us. After about 10 seconds of this, a zipliner showed up on the deck out of nowhere! Keep in mind, this is 40 feet off the ground. It turns out our deck is part of the Zip line route. So we said hello to a few zip-liners as they climbed over the railing and passed through.

In the evening, we headed out to Wild River Brewing Company, the most hopping place in Cave Junction, for pizza and drinks. (They even have gluten free pizza.)

Sunday: Packing and Departure

On Sunday morning we had yet another wonderful breakfast, and then set to packing up. Once again we used the pulley system, this time to lower all of our luggage to the ground.

We cooked our lunch on the grill again, and then set off back towards Klamath falls to catch the train back to the Bay Area.

Grilled cheese, actually on the grill.

Overall, the Out ‘n’ About Treesort was a fun, laid back experience with a good mix of activities and relaxation. The employees were extremely nice, and they make a great breakfast! They only take reservations over the phone, which would normally annoy me, but in this case was part of the charm.

There was something here for every age group, and something about the place that brings out the kid in you and I definitely hope to be back!

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