Due to the Covid19 virus our office is not holding normal business hours and we are working remotely from home as much as possible. We are staying open for lodging during this time but are practicing proper social distancing and stringent sanitization practices. We are having our guests check themselves in and out while staying and will be limiting our breakfast options. We will be holding normal office hours and offering breakfast through our kitchen starting June 1st. As of now we are offering limited activities to family groups only in the form of horseback rides and ziplines. Please note that all guests and participants will be required to sign a waiver before staying with us and/or participating in any activity. All activity participants will be required to wear a facemask.
While we are not holding normal office hours we are returning calls and emails from home so all of our guests can still get ahold of us. We truly appreciate everyone's patience and understanding while we all navigate through these challenging and unpredictable times!
Also I am updating our liability waiver and am going to need you to change it on the website as soon as I’ve got it done. Thank you!
Office #: 541-592-2208
Out'n'About is a truly unique place. Part of it's uniqueness has to do with that it is a home grown and based business. There are no locks on the treehouse doors. It may not be a Ritz Hilton in the trees, but is a genuine five star Treehouse Resort, or Treesort!
Want help in changing your fantasy into a reality? Michael can help. Michael Garnier has allocated a fair amount of time and resources to the information in these treehouse construction pages. We hope people will find them useful and will be be able to build the treehouse of their dreams or needs.
We have over a mile of ziplines! At our zipshed you will meet our experienced and friendly guides who will explain everything and help you get into the safety gear. From there you try our Test Line, once at the Test Line our guides will explain the few rules...
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 7th to Sept. 1st, 2019. 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.
Disclaimer: We cannot control nor are we responsible for any acts of nature. This includes but is not limited to: weather, insects, rodents or the presence of wildlife (bugs, deer, squirrels, raccoons, bats, skunks, etc.). Also if you are planning a trip here during the months of June, July and August please take note that there can be wildfires in our area that can produce significant smoke and poor air quality. In the event of poor air quality, with no evacuations notices or road closures affecting us, the normal cancellation policy will apply and you will be responsible for all fees with no exceptions.
The Majestree is our tallest treehouse sitting 47 feet off of the ground! You access it by climbing 3 flights of stairs, crossing two suspension bridges and then climbing up another flight of stairs. The room itself has a queen bed, two double beds in the sleeping loft, a full bathroom, and a small kitchenette with a microwave, coffee pot, toaster, and mini refrigerator. Due to the height of this treehouse we do not allow children under the age of 5 in it.
The Serendipitree is about 12 feet off of the ground and is one of our smallest but coziest treehouses on the property. When you walk into the Serendipitree there is a “U” shaped sitting area that you turn into a bed at night making a custom queen bed that is as wide as a queen on one end but gets slightly smaller on the other. There is a small sleeping loft accessed by a ladder that has a twin bed in it. The treehouse is about 90 feet away from the base of the stairs to the closest bathroom. This treehouse is very popular with couples or people with one child of any age or two very small children that can share the twin bed in the sleeping loft.
The Forestree is about 35 feet off of the ground and is accessed by climbing three flights of stairs and crossing two suspension bridges. The room itself is a single room unit with a queen bed, single wide bunk beds, a small single cot built into the wall, a mini refrigerator and a toilet and sink. The toilet and sink are not private, they are only separated from the room by a small curtain, and they are mainly in there so you don’t have to go down 35 feet in the middle of the night to use the restroom. There are full bathrooms located on the ground for your use.
The Pleasantree is about 30 feet off of the ground and is accessed by climbing three flights of stairs and crossing two suspension bridges. When you enter the Pleasantree there is a set of single wide bunk beds on the left hand side and a ladder on your right that accesses the sleeping loft. The sleeping loft is where the queen bed and an extra rollaway mat are located, please know that this area is just a sleeping loft there is no room to stand. The Pleasantree comes with a full bathroom, mini refrigerator and small sitting deck outside.
The Treeloon is about 12 feet off of the ground and has shared access with the Cavaltree. The Treehouse itself has a queen bed and an ‘L’ shaped sleeping loft that can fit two kids comfortably, a mini refrigerator and a very small deck. It is located about 120 feet away from the closest bathroom. This treehouse is priced out for 2 people but can sleep up to 4 people, additional person costs are $25 per person, per night.
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."
The Treeroom Schoolhouse Suite (aka ‘The Suite’) is about 12 feet off of the ground, has a queen bed in the master bedroom, double futon in the living room/kitchenette area, a small sleeping loft, full bathroom, and a small kitchenette with a microwave, toaster oven, coffee pot and mini refrigerator. The Suite also has a large deck and a propane barbecue on it. The sleeping loft is located above the full bathroom and is designed for 2 kids or 1 adult.
The Swiss Family Complex is two separate treehouses connected by a swinging bridge. The smaller treehouse built for kids has a small set of single wide bunk beds and a small table and chairs. The larger treehouse, built for adults, is accessed by a ladder up through a trap door into the room; the room itself has a queen bed, a small single cot built into the wall and a small deck. There is a mini refrigerator outside on the platform below the adult’s treehouse and the treehouse is located about 60 feet from the closest bathroom.
The Peacock Perch was the first treehouse built on the property in 1990. It sits about 18 feet off of the ground and is a single room unit with a double bed, small single cot built into the wall, a small hand sink with cold running water and is located about 30 feet away from the base of the stairs to the closest bathroom.
The Cavaltree is a two story treehouse that shares its stairway access with the Treeloon. The bottom story of the Cavaltree is about 12 feet off of the ground and is a very small room with just a queen bed in it. The second story of the Cavaltree which is accessed by a ladder has half walls with canvas roll-downs for windows. The room itself has a set of single wide bunk beds, a single cot and a small sleeping loft with a double bed in it. The treehouse is about 120 feet away from the closest bathroom from the base of the stairs.
The Yurtree is an 18 foot in diameter yurt on a platform in the trees. It is about 10 feet off of the ground and is a single room unit with a queen bed, single wide bunk beds, a pyramid bunk bed(double bed on the bottom single on the top), a mini refrigerator, small deck and is located about 120 feet away from the closest restroom.
The Treezebo is about 35 feet off of the ground and is accessed by climbing three flights of stairs and crossing two suspension bridges. The room itself is a single room unit with a queen bed, single wide bunk beds, a small single cot built into the wall, a mini refrigerator and a toilet and sink. The toilet and sink are not private; they are only separated from the room by a small curtain, and are mainly in there so you don’t have to go down 35 feet in the middle of the night to use the restroom. There are full bathrooms located on the ground for your use. The Treezebo is not fully enclosed with regular walls and glass windows; it has three windows that are canvas roll downs making this room another seasonally available unit.Inside Look!
The Cabin is not a treehouse it is a small two story cabin on the ground. There is a queen bed upstairs and a fold out couch that turns into a queen bed downstairs in the living room area. It has a full bathroom and small kitchenette with a microwave, toaster oven, coffee pot and a mini refrigerator. There is a small deck and ‘yard’ out front with a propane barbecue and picnic table. There is also a woodstove in the living room area making this a cozy little retreat in the winter months.
The Elementree is not a treehouse it is an elevated house on stilts which gives it all of the ‘elements’ of a treehouse it’s just not supported by trees. The room itself is very small with a queen bed and a set of single wide bunk beds right next to the queen bed. The bathroom is about 30 feet away from the base of the stairs.
The Mastree Bedroom is not a treehouse it is a second story room in the main lodge located up above our kitchen. It has a ‘treeway’ entry where you climb up a flight of stairs to reach the private treehouse platform that is connected to the room by a bridge and then cross the bridge to get into the room. The room itself has a king bed, pyramid bunk bed (double bed on the bottom and a twin on the top), a full bathroom and a mini refrigerator. There is a private open air treehouse platform that is connected to the room. A 12' Treezebo or gazebo in the trees. Look inside.
The Balcontree Room is not a treehouse it is a second story room in the main lodge located up above the main office. It has a ‘treeway’ entry where you climb two flights of stairs, cross a suspension bridge to a private treehouse platform and then cross another suspension bridge into the room. The room itself has a queen bed, pyramid bunk (double bed on the bottom and a twin on the top), a full bathroom, mini refrigerator and a small balcony. There is a private open air treehouse platform that is connected to the room.
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!
Ready for an adult experience? Check our new Bud and Breakfast treelation
This is an adult, 420 friendly legal medical marijuana grow site. The treehouse is 35 feet off the ground, has easy access to a full bathroom and a queen size bed in the loft over looking the grow site. Depending on the time of year, you can be part of what is happening and participate. This is a new concept and as long as you are willing to explore we are willing to try to accommodate. We plan on offering tours of some local THC and CBD medical grows in our beautiful Southern Oregon this season.