Out ‘n’ About Treehouses
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There are many educational, and adventurous, vacation sites in Southern Oregon, but only one where you can, lit-treely, “go out on a limb”… have so much fun and learn something while you’re there.
The Treesort and Institute features Treehouse accommodations for kids of all ages. If you come to learn, relax, romance or just have fun there is plenty for all. Out’n’About is an veritable treehouse wonderland. There is a total of 18 different treehouses, platforms, forts, seven swinging bridges (8′ to 32′ off the ground and 12′ to 90′ long), five swings, 20 flights of stairs, four ladders and a ropes course with a 160′ long zip line as a warm up to the Giant Zip. On the ground there is also a fresh water swimming pool fed by the East Fork Illinois River, a performance stage, bath house pavilion, big campfire site and barbecues (to mention but a few facilitrees). The treesort has 36 private acres backed up to National Forest wilderness with 16 horses, two rocking horses, 5 dogs, 1 cat, and 8 chickens (at last count) running around. Out ‘n’ About is a truly unique place.