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Unleash Your Inner Monkey

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Just four-ish hours to the south, your inner monkey awaits. Perhaps best known for Oregon Caves National Monument, Cave Junction Oregon contains not one, but two treehouse hotels. These aren't the makeshift treehouses, but fully pimped out cribs, with real beds, plumbing, and appliances.

Out 'n' About Treesort

Technically located about 10 miles south of Cave Junction in the tiny community of Takilma, Out 'n' About is a bed and breakfast situated on 36 acres of pastures and woods adjacent to Siskiyou National Forest. The treesort has 15 unique treehouses ranging in size, design, amenities, distance from the ground and price. What's cooler than bathing in a clawfoot tub 45 feet off the ground on a starlit night? Probably nothing. But, the 12-line zipline course and the 55-foot rappel Out n' About offers might be a close second. Reservations only by phone 541-592-2208.

Vertical Horizons Bed and Breakfast

Also near Takilma, Vertical Horizons is a more intimate operation with just three treehouses and a bathhouse on site. Each house is unique in design, one has a loft bed, another a fireplace, the third offers two twins. Breakfast is included and consists of organic food local to the area. There is a disc golf course and wifi onsite, so you needn't wait to post arboreal selfies to your page until you get home. Vertical Horizons also offers technical tree climbing instruction for those ready to expand on what they learned in childhood. TreehouseParadise.com.

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