The fun at Skamania Lodge expands into the trees surrounding the 175-acre authentic, inspired and rejuvenating resort in Stevenson.
Two new 500-square-foot tree houses are just a few months away from being available to visitors. Reservations are already being accepted for September.
“We’ve always prided ourselves in offering guests an authentic, Pacific Northwest experience,” said general manager Ken Daugherty. “These tree houses will allow our guests to get even closer to the Columbia River Gorge — to sleep in the forest, amongst the trees, with all of the comforts and luxuries of the lodge still at their fingertips.”
The houses are elevated 15 to 20 feet off the ground, and designed with large windows and openings to make guests feel like they are one with the trees. The top floor features a deck with a revolving fireplace and television. There will also be fire pits on the ground next to each house.
“It’s an ideal place for weddings, family reunions and couples in search of romance and relaxation,” said Todd Gillispie, director of sales and marketing.