(image via Tickets to Disney)Ever since I visited the Swiss Family Tree House in Disney's Magic Kingdom with my family when I was in the fourth grade I have wanted to live in a tree house. With the recent 100°+ weather we've been having in Rhode Island I've been thinking it might not be such a bad idea to sleep outdoors when the air finally cools down, although I suppose a mosquito battle may occur. If I can't live in a tree house I'd at least like to visit one. I've found a few interesting options...
Tree House Point in Washington offers attractive accommodations and meals made with locally grown foods.
Wyoming's Teton Tree House is a bed and breakfast that offers a whimsical escape from reality with its four levels and maze of hallways.
The Grand Treehouse Resort in Arkansas looks to have the most luxurious accommodations of everything I've found.Another bed & breakfast, Vertical Horizons Treehouse Paradise in Oregon, is still accepting reservations for this summer!
Lastly, the world's largest treehouse in Tennessee has over 10,000 square feet of space (there's even a mini indoor basketball court!) but you can't spend the night - it's privately owned! If these tree house resorts were closer I think they would make a nice weekend getaway right about now... What about you? Would you like to stay in a tree house for any length of time?