Our Final Season of Treehouse Masters

With spring blooming around us, the time is ripe to reach out to you all and share some important updates.


All the places you can go to visit a Nelson treehouse!

One of the questions we’re asked most frequently is: ”Can I visit one of your treehouses?” The short answer is: Yes! Read on for a list of our treehouses that offer the opportunity for public visits, organized by type of experience.


Room with a View: The Best Windows for Treehouses

It goes without saying that every treehouse needs windows—one of the best parts of treehouses is that they provide an unparalleled view of the nature around them. But only some windows are designed to meet the unique demands of building up in the trees. Learn why we choose to partner with Marvin for our builds across the country.


DIY-Builders Craft Incredible Treehouses Around the Country

Check out three sensational treehouses by DIY-builders across the country: one in Arizona, one in Texas, and one in Washington State. They inspire us to take to the trees! Cover photo and treehouse by Mike E.


San Juan Islands Treehouse Captivates with Modern Design

Our latest treehouse in Washington’s San Juan Islands beautifully blends modern and rustic design and includes playful features like a fire pole, ship’s ladder, and suspension bridge. Join us as we look back on the build.


The Nest at TreeHouse Point

Tucked in soaring cedar and spruce trees, the Nest at TreeHouse Point is an ultra-cozy retreat. Join us on a photo tour of this sweet treehouse getaway.