THIS WILDERNESS CABIN WAS BUILT DURING THE PANDEMIC
It’s A Socially-distanced Home Away From Home
As most people were cooped up in their homes in 2020, a couple in Whitesboro, Oklahoma built this treehouse in the forests near Ouachita National Forest. The house is one of two that are nestled within hundreds of pine and hardwood trees.
The treehouse boasts of amenities for outdoor-indoor living. It features a large deck with hanging hammock chairs, swinging bed, hot tub, and fire pit. Inside, the treehouse has a king-sized bed and a sofa that can turn into an additional sleeping area. There is also a small kitchen, eating area, and full bathroom.
Built during the pandemic, the property also adheres to strict cleaning and disinfecting protocols so guests can be assured of safety and cleanliness. A stay in this lovely retreat starts at $150 per night.
This 2020 built treehouse cabin is located in a pine & hardwood forest. It is one of 2 cabins that are approximately 100 yards apart through the forest.
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