The Treehouse At The Escape In Utah Is The Treehouse Getaway Adults Will Love
The experience begins with the hobbit door into the trunk of a century-old cottonwood tree, opening into a climbing wall. Yes, there are circular stairs as a more traditional entrance, but there’s no question that the door in the tree creates the signature look of the Treehouse At The Escape. The preserved trunk is the anchor of the treehouse, with accommodations built 16 feet above the ground. The owners describe themselves as tiny homes specialists, with this property in the southern Utah town of Orderville representing their “most creative addition.”
The Treehouse At The Escape, with its intentionally rustic design, also includes modern elements such as electronic locks that aid the check-in process, plus wi-fi and air conditioning. Orderville is about 20 minutes from Zion National Park and 50 minutes from Bryce Canyon National Park, making the location both a getaway and a gateway.