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5 Reasons Why Treehouse Point Is Your Perfect Glampsite

Grown ups can actually do what they want and you know you still want to realize those dreams. Here's your chance!
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Photo taken by Michael Wigle, an Explorer for The Outbound.

As kids, we all dreamed of camping out in an epic treehouse in the backyard. Grown ups can dream too, ya know. Better yet, grown ups can actually do what they want and you know you still want to realize those dreams. Here's your chance!

Located in the Pacific Northwest, this treehouse glampsite is tucked away in a fairytale-like forest. You'll have a hard time bragging to your friends about the experience because words simply can't describe how this place will make you feel.

If you happen to live in Seattle, you are just a 30 minute drive to this magical destination. If you don't, Seattle is probably on your list of cities to visit and now you've got one more - probably the greatest - reason why you need to make that trip happen ASAP.

We did say glamping didn't we? This treehouse comes with cozy beds and the white noise of the Raging River as your lullaby. You'll find yourself drifting off into the deepest, most relaxing sleep you've ever....zzzz.

You'll be so bummed to leave this place, you'll need a beer. Head up the road to North Bend, WA (known as the setting for the hit television series "Twin Peaks") to the Last Frontier Saloon where you'll find a gathering of local people and pints.

If you still need convincing, check out the photos below and the full adventure write up on The Outbound.

All photos taken by Michael Wigle, an Explorer for The Outbound.

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