Perch Pricelist

Out'n'About is a veritable Treehouse Wonderland!

We hope you will come to consider us your favorite Bed & Breakfast in the Trees~

Prices: Prices below are based on listed occupancies. Guests over the specified number of occupants per unit are assessed an additional $25 per person per day to cover the housekeeping and full breakfast we provide. Which includes full breakfast every morning along with bedding and towels for all our perch's. Those without full plumbing in their roost can use our Central Amenitrees. Prices on this page are applicable to making reservations for the 'high' season, June 10th to Sept. 5th, 2016. See Rental Prices page for printable list and off season rates.

Seasonal Rates: Starting Memorial Day weekend all the way through and including Labor Day weekend, we have a two and three night block stays policy, which are Monday - Tuesday, Wednesday - Thursday, then weekends equaling Friday, Saturday and Sunday. Other than Labor Day weekend, September consists of two night stays except when isolated single nights are available. Call for any special winter rates with minimum breakfast and multiple night stays.

Breakfast Menu: Our FULL breakfast in the main season can include (but is not limited to) generous helpings of coffee, juice, fruit, fresh waffles or homemade pastries, cereal, quiche, eggs scrambled or omelets... mmm, did we mention the tasty muffins? Not to mention the always available and generous portions of "Fantasy Flakes", suitable for children of all ages.

Our policy is NO online bookings, we prefer you talk to us on the phone for a more complete and mutually satisfactory interaction. Apologies if this is inconvenient, but the nature of our business makes this policy easier on everyone.

Payments: We require full payment on single night stays and a 50% treeposit on multi-night visits, a credit card is required to hold your treeservation. You may also pay by check or money order within two weeks of making your arrangement.

Check in: Is 3-5pm the day of your booking, but always feel free to come early and just hang out or enjoy any of our other activitrees whenever you get here. Occupancy is not allowed before our tree fairies get in to clean your perch (so please don't expect to be able to occupy it until AFTER 3pm on the day of your arrival).

Late Arrivals: If you can NOT get here by 5pm on the day of your treeservation, you must please call us before 4:30pm on that day so we can check you in over the phone, plus give you any last minute instructions if necessary.

Need to Wander? There is a good selection of stores, food and eating establishments about 10 miles away from us in Cave Junction for things we don't provide, you may have forgotten to bring along, or only discover a need for after you arrive.


tack image Announcing The Majestree »

$190 for up to 4 persons (room for more) per night (winter rate).
Our highest residence and newest addition to our family of treehouses, available for treeservation since July '09. Up to 6 people can stay quite comfortably, has full bathroom with toilet sink and shower, a queen size bed in main room, 2 double beds in the loft, nice kitchenette and porch with a spiral staircase to the private deck below. This magnificent treehouse is 47 feet up a Douglas Fir with some extraordinary custom wood work inside and out, access is by the Mountain View Treeway. Closed during wind storms. Inside Look!

tack image The Serendipitree
(for two adults or two adults and two small children) »Serendipitree Perch

$100 for 2 persons (sleeps more) when approved (winter rate).
The Serendipitree took several years to figure out how to build so it could fit two adults and two small kids. The end product came out as a pleasant surprise. The loft is a full twin bed. The downstairs has a seating area that makes into a bed that is as big as a queen on one side but not the other because of the custom shape. It has a fridge and is open weather permitting. The closest complete bathroom is about 100 ft. away in the main house. Look inside.


tack image The ForestreeForestree Perch
(like the Treezebo but with full walls) »

$140 for up to 4 persons (sleeps more) per night (winter rate).
This treehouse is 35 feet off the ground and like our Treezebo, not for the acrophobe! Use the Mountain View Treeway to get there, also available is a hoist for your gear so you don't have to carry it up. It has a queen size bed and bunk, plus a child size single, also a toilet, sink, refrigerator inside. The biggest difference from Treezeebo is the full solid walls and windows, it has electricity and open year round weather permitting. Closed during wind storms. Showers are available down below. Look inside.

tack image The Pleasantree »Pleasentrree Perch

$140 for up to 4 persons (sleeps more) per night (winter rate).
We have a mini fridge, hot water, toilet and shower up here, will sleep 2 adults and 2 children quite comfortably with a loft above and and bunk bed below (see inside), room for more small bodies in the crawl space loft, call for more info and availability now! Open year round, weather permitting. Closed during wind storms. Look Inside.


tack image The Treeloon
(sleeps four), connected by a swinging bridge to the Cavaltree (styled as a cavalry fort in the trees) »Treeloon Perch

$110 for 2 persons (room for more) per night (winter rate).
What is the Treeloon? It is a treehouse that looks like an old west style Saloon in front, complete with swinging door in entryway. Sleeps up to 4 comfortably. Get into it from the swinging bridge that connects the Cavaltree to the Treeloon with a common to both stairway visible in the pic. Inside it has a Queen size bed which sleeps two. Up the interior ladder is a big loft split up with plenty of room for two kids . Central Amenitrees is approximately 120 ft.. away from the Treeloon. Look inside.

The perches below are presently approved for day use only. We are not yet legally allowed to have more than the five bedrooms above available for overnight use. Michael has been haggling with the County for 23 years trying to get the Treesort fully permitted. First it was the Building Department, which took eight years, now it's Planning Dept..
Out'n'About is a legal Bed & Breakfast but is only allowed five bedrooms for rent.
We have applied for what we feel are the proper permits to operate at full capacity but the County has not yet taken any final action. We are working hard to make all our perches approved for our operating permit by late spring, but they may not all become available at once.
So we ask that you please call the office for the most current up date on our status!
Those treehouses that are not yet permitted to rent are required to have posted on each:
"This structure is not approved for sleeping, overnight occupation or other habitable purpose."

Treeroom Schoolhouse Suitetack image The Tree Room Schoolhouse Suite
(aka 'The Suite', includes a bathroom, kitchenette and "sitting to ponder area") »

$180 for up to 4 persons (fits more) when approved (winter rate).

The Treeroom Schoolhouse Suite has a queen bed in the master bedroom, a double futon and a loft with two single pads up there adjacent to the main room, plus extra pads and floor space if needed. Equipped with kitchenette including refrigerator, micro-wave, coffee maker, and a dining table with chairs. There is also the deluxe full bath, featuring an antique claw-foot tub with shower. It is perhaps our most spacious and well suited for handling more than the listed occupants at $25 per extra person, has heat and cooling fan, open all year. Look inside.

tack image The Swiss Family Complex
(a pair of treehouses connected by a swinging bridge) »Swiss Family Complex

$80 for up to 4 persons (fits more) when approved (winter rate). Open as weather permits.
The Swiss Family Complex has a double bed in the upper two story adult unit, along with a child size single and rocking chair on the landing, large covered open deck below. 'The kids' unit, connected by a swinging bridge, has a bunk bed and a small table with chairs like the playhouse all kids want. The bathrooms are on the ground level 75 ft. away, but are complete with showers, sinks and toilets (see Central Amenitrees) . The Complex has electricity and can usually be occupied March thru October. Look inside.

tack image The Peacock Perch
(designed for, and best enjoyed by two, very romantic) »Peacock Perch

$110 for 2 persons (room for one more) when approved (winter rate).
The Peacock Perch is our 5th highest treehouse sitting at 18 feet off of the ground. It is designed for intimacy with a main double bed and a built in small single good for a child so it can sleep a family of three quite comfortably. It has a hand washing sink and is about 30 feet to the closest bathroom from the base of the stairs. Complete with showers, sinks and toilets (see Central Amenitrees) . It has electricity and heat so is open all year round. Look inside.

tack image The Cavaltree
(designed to connect Cavaltree and Treeloon with common entry stair from ground level) »cavaltree-extA

$90 for up to 4 persons (fits more) when approved (winter rate).
The Cavaltree Fort is a two story treehouse, can sleep up to 7. The first floor has a queen bed in the main structure with an observation deck adjacent. The second floor is built like a lookout tower. It has a bunk bed and a single bed that can be moved over to the lower bunk bed to make a double bed. It includes a loft that will accommodate two kids easily. A swinging bridge joins the Cavaltree Fort to the entry stair it shares with Treeloon. The bathrooms are on ground level (120 ft. away), with complete facilitrees (see Central Amenitrees). Open as weather permits, usually May, but always June thru September. Look inside.

tack image The Yurtree
(18' diameter yurt on a 20' platform in the trees) »Yurtree Perch

$110 for up to 4 persons (will fit seven) when approved (winter rate).
Replacing the ol' Treepee- our Yurtree is an 18 ft diameter yurt, up on a 20 foot platform in the trees! It sits on a large deck with room to spare, plenty of room to hang outside above the ground. Once you're inside it has generous windows, a queen size bed, double/single bunk bed and a bunk bed, single bed and a cot, a mini refrigerator and electricity all there to greet you. Plus, the top of the yurt has a "bubble" skylight, an opening window to let in more fresh air on those extra hot summer days, or view the beautiful night sky. Bathroom for this perch is on the ground 120 ft. away, complete with showers, sinks and toilets (see Central Amenitrees), also kitchen access. It is open as weather permits, but always June thru September. Look inside.

tack image The Treezebo Treezebo Perch
(sleeps two to five, with toilet and sink) »

 $120 for up to 4 persons (sleeps more) per night (winter rate).
This gazebo in the trees is one of our farthest from the ground, not for an acrophobe! Take the Mountain View Treeway (see below) to get up there, a hoist is available to get your gear up. Sleeps five, sports a queen size bed, bunk and a single, with a toilet, sink, mini fridge, table and chairs. The 42 inch high walls are solid now, except for 3 canvass roll up windows. It has electricity and open from March 1st to november 1st wheather permitting. Closed in wind storms. Showers and cooking facilitree's are down below. Look inside.

tack image Also The Cabin
(a deluxe "on the ground" gem accompanied by a small open air treehouse) »Cabin Perch

$130 for 2 persons (room for more) when approved (winter rate).
The two story cozy rustic cabin situated on the ground has a queen bed upstairs, a cot and hide a bed downstairs. Designed for two, but sleeps four quite well. It also has it's own bathroom with shower besides the kitchenette. Pole frame construction is touched off nicely by the custom local rock work behind the Franklin fireplace stove. It features a commanding view from the newly covered deck of the large open meadow straight out your door, with stands of old-growth forest beyond. There is also small treehouse shaped like a ship low to the ground right outside that 2-3 kids can sleep safely in an open air experience during the summer months. The cabin also has electric heat and is open all year. Look inside.

And newest additions:

tack image The Elementree »Elementree Perch

Closed for winter ($25 each additional. Fits 4 people if 2 are small children)
Has a custom double bed, small child size bunks, small hand washing sink with hot water and a mini fridge. Bathroom available at bottom of the entry staircase, open weather permitting see pics Look inside.
*This room is not a treehouse literally defined as such but has all the elements of a treehouse.
It is built on stilts 16' (feet) off of the ground unsupported by any trees.

tack image The Mastree »

$120 for 2 persons (room for more!) when approved (winter rate).
The Mastree Bedroom is a large room upstairs in the main lodge building. Mastree Room entryColorful stained glass windows grace two ends of the room. It has beds for 4 or 5 being a king bed and a pyramid bunk, leaving plenty of room for a cot or two. Amenities include a full bathroom with a shower, mini refrigerator and a private treezebo-type treehouse that offers an outdoor sitting area up in the tree with a loft for outdoor tree relaxing. The loft will accommodate up to three kids and gives a view through a triangular window in the gabled roof. Access to the room is through the lodge or up an outdoor stairway to the treehouse and then across a bridge into the room front door. Open all year. Look inside.

tack image The Balcontree »

$120 for 2 persons (sleeps 5 or more) when approved (winter rate). Balcontree Perch
This one is actually part of the upper floor of the main lodge, heated year round. Accessed from the Mountain View Treeway (described below and visible on the left) and inside lodge. It is fitted with a queen size bed and 'pyramid' bunk bed that is single on top and double on the bottom, plus plenty of floor space and pads available if needed. Private bathroom with shower, there is furniture, table and chairs, a little fridge, and of course it's namesake, the Balcontree. A true balcony in the trees. Right outside the sliding glass door is your nice covered deck pictured here. Accessed by your exclusive treezebo like platform that offers outdoor sitting room. Open all year. Look inside Balcontree.

 tack image Take a Peak Inside Some of Our Facilitree with our Virtual Tours


Mountain View Treeway
Take the virtual tour by clicking here!
This high-rise walkway is the only way to the Treezebo & others, besides using a rope! Only registered guests will follow a spiral stairway to the first platform in one tree connected by a staircase to a second platform in another tree. A ladder to a third platform above it allows a walk on the 90' length suspension bridge high in the air. A fourth platform then connects to a 45' length suspension bridge and the Treezebo at the end. See a raw no frills video walk through by clicking here.


Ask about our TreeHouse Ziplines and other exciting or calm activitrees you can enjoy when you visit!

Please read our Terms & Conditions if you are thinking of a reservation!
You can make payable and send checks to :
Out'n'About Treehouse Treesort LLC
300 Page Creek Rd.
Cave Junction, OR 97523
Or simply call us on the phone and we can process your credit card right away:

Lilly Pad

$260 for four persons
open mid-March to December, call for off season availability.
(add $25 more for each person over basic 4 occupant rate)

The Lilly Pad Tree House is our so called "satellite" treehouse, located 1.2 miles away from our place, it's our friend Sandy Lilly's "Lilly Pad" treehouse. It is ideal for quiet romantic getaways, or the family who wants seclusion and or activitrees. It sleeps 4-5 very comfortably with one Queen bed, a double bunk bed, plus a cot and bed pads for extra occupants. Other amenities include: hot water, toilet, sink, refrigerator, fold away table and chairs. This treehouse is constructed identical to the Treezebo at Out'n'About, but is of course different according to the tree and trimmings. Usually open from April into November only, please call for off season availability. Look inside!
Breakfast, showers and other facilitrees are also available at the Lilly Pad, but you are also welcome to partake in the Ziplines or any of the many pay for extree activitrees that we have to offer back at the Treesort. If you would like to call Sandy for more details, please use 541-592-3040, book it through us!

Costa Rica Treehouse

costa rica treehouseCheck out Michael's son Travis place in Costa Rica and on the web at
We take bookings for them now-
$50 a night includes breakfast for two, $20 each additional adult per night.
A real bargain!
Check their site link for more details and pictures, contact by email for availability.
Call us at the Treesort for reservation!