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For the Grandkids419 viewsArchitect Robert Adams designed this when his grandkids wanted a place to play in the backyard. Check out other photos and projects at www.robertwadamsarchitect.com
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Camp Seafarer Tree House417 viewsBuilt from odds and ends, this three-story hike destination is also a wildlife blind to watch birds in the wetlands below.
Find them at http://www.seagull-seafarer.org
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"Ewok" Treehouses at Camp Jewell, CT1475 viewsI designed these in 1986 to give boys something special, and to take advantage of a hilly, rocky site. Their are 4 cabins, connected in pairs by bridges and a gazebo. The showerhouse for this village? It's called "Endor." -- Gary Forster
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Camp Seafarer three-floor Tree House 347 viewsBeing a sailing camp at heart, I especially like the portholes!
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Tecumseh Treehouse Model 452 viewsWorking in three dimensions makes it much easier to come up with solutions that are both creative... and work! This was done in 1/2" = 1' scale. Corrugated cardboard, wood dowels, and hot glue. (designed by Gary Forster)
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Tecumseh Treehouse Framing473 viewsThe poles were set by the Tecumseh maintenance crew the day before. About 10 adult volunteers did the framing, and my son and one dad helped the kids nail all the "hillbilly" railings together on the ground so they could be lifted up ready to screw together at the corners. Rain ended the day early, so the roof (corrugated asphalt roofing) was put on later.
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Tecumseh Treehouse top level.485 viewsA good name is all a part of making it a popular destination.
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Techumseh's "Three-House-Treehouse"606 viewsDesigned as a hike destination, a playground, and a fun spot for overnight campouts. The three sets of stairs spiral up to the "lookout" tower. The two lover levels are each large enough for a cabin group to roll out sleeping bags. Those two levels have "emergency" exits of a tube slide from the middle level and a playground climbing ramp from the lower.
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Morton Arboritum IL - What to do at the top?423 viewsLift the lid of the "treasures" box and it tells you things to do and look for now that you've reached "the top."
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Morton Arboritum IL - Accesible ramp built on "trees"449 views
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Morton Arboritum IL - Accesible ramp built on tree-like supports451 views
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Morton Arboritum IL - "I spy with my little eye..."451 viewsYeah, so they're just PVC tubes? Imagining is more fun anyway. And they put "props" in the trees to look for! Like a squirrel, a cardinal, a nest, etc. It's an "I spy" scavenger hunt. Bet counselors like that!
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