tree houses


In 2008 we opened 3 giant tree houses

that sleep 16 guests each. camp Treetop is the perfect place for your Church retreat or family getaway.


The Ginger Owens was the first tree house to be completed on property. it sleeps 16 guests. there are four twin sized bunk beds and one queen sized bunk bed on the first floor and there is a loft with four twin sized beds. There is also a dinning table perfect for a small group time or a meal. This tree house has two balconies with gliding rocker swings which overlook both Lake Linda and the Deep Edge Pond.



The Louise Danzi was the second tree house built on the farm and it sleeps 16 guests. It is a two room tree house with a connecting suspended hallway in between. the first room has a queen sized bunk bed and a dining table. the second room is furnished with four built in three tear twin size bunk beds. With solid reclaimed wood floors and wainscoted walls this tree house probably has the most formal interiors of the three tree houses. 



The Doyle Kirkland was the first tree house started and the last finished. Its construction was slowed by the complexity of assembling a tree house that allowed a very old Florida live-oak to grow right through the middle of the structure. This tree house like the others sleeps 16 guests spread out between two separate houses in the same tree. the two houses whicwe call the low house and the high house are connected by a large deck high in the branches of the tree.  

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