Pennsylvania May 06, 2015
Here Are 10 Amazing Pennsylvania Treehouses You’ll Want To Visit Right Away
When adult resources and childhood fantasy mingle, amazing things can happen… And that is just the case with the ten treehouse listed below. It took a combination of whimsy and resources to make these incredible tree-top getaways a reality. If only every building could be so much fun.
1. Canopy Cathedral, Longwood Gardens, Chester County
This stunning two-story treehouse located in the famous Longwood Gardens was inspired by a Norwegian Church. From the balcony, you can enjoy a view of the Large Lake.
2. The Birdhouse Treehouse, Longwood Gardens, Chester County
Also located in the famous Longwood Gardens, the Birdhouse is the tallest treehouse on site. It offers a perfect vantage point from which to admire the landscape and is a haven for birdwatchers.
3. The David Wenzel Treehouse, Nay Aug Park, Scranton
The David Wenzel Treehouse overlooks the Nay Aug Gorge, which was created during the last ice age. The treehouse is fully handicapped accessible.
4. The Treehouse Bungalo at Summit Inn, Farmington
World renowned architect Pete Nelson designed the treehouse bungalow at the Summit Inn, which includes a wrap around deck and a long footbridge. Where can we book a reservation?
5. The Tree House, Lake-In-Wood Camping Resort, Narvon
In Lancaster county, Lake-In-Wood offers uniquely themed cabins for their campers, including the tree house, which can house two adults and two children. Some of their other themed cabins include the double-decker bus and the caboose.
6. Amazing Mystery Castle Tree House
This video fails to give any information about this amazing tree house beyond the fact that it is located somewhere in Pennsylvania. If you’ve been here, please tell us in the comments where it is located, because it’s beautiful.
7. Topsider Treehouse, Erwinna
This gorgeous home is shaped like an octagon, with glass walls that look into the surrounding woods.
8. Wayne County Treehouse, Wayne
Brandt Temple built this amazing Indiana Jones-themed treehouse as a guest house. Before he knew it, he was featured on the Animal Planet show, "Treehouse Masters." That just goes to show what a little creativity can do.
9. Cape May Birdhouse, Tyler Arboretum, Philadelphia
Designed to be a human-scale birdhouse, the Cape May Birdhouse at the Tyler Arboretum offers a unique and fun experience for children. There are a total of eight different treehouse at the Tyler Arboretum, so it's a must-visit for anyone who enjoys hanging out in the trees.
10. Nick Adams' Treehouse, Gladwyne
A Pennsylvania resident built this massive treehouse in his backyard for his four children. It features a water balloon catapult, a trap door, a drawbridge, and a pulley system. We're guessing he won "dad of the year" shortly thereafter.
We can’t decide which treehouse to visit first! What’s your favorite?