May 21, 2004
We stayed here with our six- and nine-year-old daughters who thought this was the greatest place. One of their favorite things to do was to feed and pet the horses that were in the field next to our tree house. They also enjoyed the tree swings and the rope bridges. One afternoon the girls signed up for tie-dying. This was taught by a woman named Sunshine who had orange hair. She showed the girls the "real" way to tie-dye and the shirts they made came out awesome.
Every morning they served a delicious breakfast in the main house (waffles, pancakes, eggs, coffee, juice, etc.) and that was a good time to get to meet some of the other guests.
This is a great place to bring your children and just relax. From the treesort it’s about a 45-minute drive to the Oregon Caves National Monument
From journal Oregon Caves National Monument