An Off-Site Venue in the Trees: A Look Inside TreeHouse Point

February 24, 2016

We’re thrilled to give you a glimpse inside the romantic and woodsy TreeHouse Point! Just 30 minutes outside of Seattle, on the edges of the Raging River in Fall City, TreeHouse Point offers guests a rejuvenating escape from urban life.

Photo: Crozier Photography

Photo: Crozier Photography

The four acre TreeHouse Point property boasts nine different spaces that can accommodate a wide range of events – from a business retreat in the Cedar Lodge to a romantic wedding in the Pond Room. Perfect for couples looking for an intimate spot to say “I do” or a company looking for a remote location to inspire creativity, TreeHouse Point offers a one of a kind Northwest space.

Photo: Adam Crowley Images

Photo: Adam Crowley Images

TreeHouse Point owner, Pete Nelson, began his love affair with treehouses when he was just five years old, building his first treehouse with a few tools and his dad to guide him. In 2005, Pete purchased property near his own home in Fall City and began dreaming up plans for a tree-lined retreat. What started as one treehouse quickly grew into many more, transforming the space into the rare oasis it is today.

Photo: Amanda Lloyd Photography

Photo: Amanda Lloyd Photography

Photo: Amanda Lloyd Photography

Photo: Amanda Lloyd Photography

Perks of TreeHouse Point? From an on-staff officiant a massage studio and yoga classes, any celebration is bound to be as relaxing as you could hope for. For treehouse nuptials, the venue offers a two-story honeymoon suite and overnight accommodations for up to 16 guests.

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Xo,

Herban Feast