35. Out’n’About Treesort
It takes a little over an hour to drive from the Rogue Valley to Out’n’About Treesort, a bed-and-breakfast near Cave Junction where the rooms are literally up in the trees.
This unique getaway features 15 treehouses on 36 acres of pasture and woods, with a zipline and giant Tarzan swing thrown in for good measure.
All of the treehouses are reached by climbing a spiral staircase and walking across suspension bridges to the accommodations. The smaller treehouses sleep two to four people, and the larger ones can sleep five to eight, according to a video on the resort’s website. Beds range from bunk beds to queens and kings, and all the units have electricity and mini refrigerators, but not all have bathrooms. There are BBQ's, microwaves and stovetop cookers located in designated cooking areas. Call ahead to see what you'll need to bring.
To get there, take I-5 north to Grants Pass exit 58 and drive on Highway 199 for 28 miles to Cave Junction. A half mile south of Cave Junction, turn left on Rockydale Road. Go 7.5 miles to the stop sign, and turn left on Waldo Road. Go about a mile, and turn right on Takilma Road. In 2.5 miles, turn left on Page Creek Road and go about ¼ mile. When you see mailboxes and 300 Page Creek Road, turn left on the gravel road, and take it to the end.
For details, see http://treehouses.com/joomla/ or call 541-592-2208.