Pacific Northwest Treehouse #2

Not too far outside of Monroe, Washington you will find a place that is home to two of the most amazing treehouses we have ever seen. The first can be seen here. The second on we’re about to share with you.

Have you ever stayed in a treehouse?

It’s built 11 feet off the ground and literally in the trees. It comes in at a whopping 70sq. feet, perfect for those of you looking to try on the #tinyhome lifestyle. Want to see what we saw?


Come on up!


Reading a book about microshelters in a microshelter lol.DSCF6931

Though the treehouse is small, it has power and heat. (No kitchen or bathroom though but you have access to the communal outdoor shower, port-a-pot and water spigot.) We felt like it was a small price to pay in order to stay in something really unique.


Don’t ask what I’m doing here. Haha just kidding. This is how we spend a lot of our days: looking around in random places for cool photos lol.

This treehouse is so unique that we wished we had more time to stay and hang out. If you’re headed for the Pacific Northwest, consider staying here. It’s close to Wallace Falls and tons of other outdoor escapes. We recommend this place to our most adventurous of friends and would love to hear about it if you ever stay there!SaveSaveSaveSave


Published by Erin McGrady

Erin McGrady is a filmmaker, photographer, and writer exploring Asheville and beyond. My work focuses on sharing about LGBTQ safe spaces, camper van life, and the outdoors.

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