Cedar Creek Treehouse

at Mt. Rainier







After 18 consecutive years of sharing Cedar Creek Treehouse with the public, we have decided to take a much-needed break and will not be accepting bookings for overnight stays or tours during the 2016 season. This break will enable us to concentrate on some other creative projects which include a Cedar Creek Treehouse video documentary as well as do remodeling and maintenance.

If you have been one of our guests over the years and would like to share some memories or stories of your visit for consideration on the documentary, please send a letter (with any photos you'd like to include) to Bill Compher, P.O. Box 204, Ashford, WA 98304.

In the meantime, we will continue to post our website for folks to enjoy worldwide. Our site includes a generation of guest comments, media accolades, and awesome photo galleries. If you are considering building a treehouse of your own, we are offering our services as consultants, so please contact us by mail and be sure to include a contact phone number along with a brief description of your ideas. As you will find by reading the guest comments, people thank us for sharing and following through with our dreams. We'd like to encourage you to do the same!

For those of you who planned to visit us this year, we sincerely apologize for any inconvenience this might cause. We hope you'll continue to stay in touch with us in the future. Keep the dream alive!

Kind regards,

Bill Compher
Cedar Creek Treehouse



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Cedar Creek Treehouse has been included in these prestigious listings:

-- World's 10 Most Unusual Hotels
Peter Greenberg, CBS News Travel Journalist

--World's Top 6 Treehouses
Financial Times (London, 2011)

Rated One Of The Five Best Treehouse Hotels by The Guardian (London)
--" One of the World's Best Five Treehouses"

The Rainbow Bridge and Observatory

Easter Sunday 2004

-- The "Rainbow Bridge" is successfully hoisted into place, connecting the "Stairway to Heaven" to the Treehouse Observatory (in background), 100 feet above the forest floor.                          (See it here.)







Cedar Creek Treehouse, P.O. Box 204, Ashford, WA 98304