Daniels Wood Land tree houses are imaginative creations that look like something out of a fairy tale. Whimsical and playful, your child will feel like they are retreating to a place right inside on of their favorite books. The play houses are made from redwood, cedar, and Douglas fir and usually feature things like “master’s” quarters and balconies. The logs that form the bases are from fallen trees, not cut down, that are hollowed out with a chainsaw. The kids can enter through the doorway in the base and hoist themselves up through the trap door hatch, or monkey up the rope ladders. The more leisurely can simply enter through the staircase.
The company just built a dinosaur playset for a residential customer in North Carolina. The scary T-Rex skull is a playset masterpiece. The cavity inside the skull comfortably fits 3 or 4 kids who can imagine they have just made the discovery of a lifetime.
The company says their Monkey Mansion is the perfect playhouse for active children. Featuring monkey bars, a slide, and anything else you can think of, the Monkey Mansion will entertain children endlessly.
The company says they would like to try building a tree houses with Viking, Aztec, Greek, Underwater, Outer Space, Egyptian and Samurai themes. They are up for anything you or your child can imagine.
Prices can vary for custom designs, but the standard packages start out at $3,500 and go up to $49,000. Should we keep calling these creations tree houses at those prices? Maybe tree resort is a more accurate term.