The Columbia River Gorge’s iconic Skamania Lodge, A Destination Hotel, has debuted its second pair of tree houses.
Boasting an extra sleeping area and queen bed, the new houses overlook the Gorge and Skamania Lodge’s golf course.
Like the previous two tree houses, these are situated in the Douglas Firs of the Columbia River Gorge and have been placed higher, sitting twice as high at about 30 feet.
“We’re thrilled at the way our first two tree houses turned out,” said Ken Daugherty, general manager at Skamania Lodge. “They became so popular, we wanted to be able to provide our guests with additional options to truly have that quintessential Columbia River Gorge experience.”
Each of the houses also feature an additional nook space with a bed and large windows, meaning couples and families can enjoy the space.
Plus, an outdoor fire pit has been placed in each house, as well as an indoor-outdoor fireplace.
In line with the first two tree houses, design elements were once again inspired from the idea of a creative childhood, with carefree days and playing outdoors.
Guests are also a short walk away from all of the lodge’s offerings, including hiking trails, dining facilities, the Waterleaf Spa and more.