That was the case with the Out 'n' About Treesort in Oregon, where the rooms are treehouses. I read an article about it online in January and within a few days Lis and I had agreed upon a weekend and booked ourselves a mini-vacation. There are so many cool things in this world, there to be sampled, so why not? WHY NOT?
Our room was really more of a cabin on stilts than a treehouse, but that wasn't really a huge disappointment. Especially since we got our own parking space. The interior was extremely nice, as were the flannel sheets they had on the bed. There was electricity, a space heater and a mini-fridge. Unfortunately all the bathrooms were in separate buildings but the walk wasn't that far. (So much closer and more homelike than any camp I've ever been to.) They provided a breakfast every morning and there was a fire pit and kitchen available to all patrons. The only thing I will lament is the lack of free coffee at all hours of the day. Isn't that a thing? Shouldn't it be a thing? I think so. 10am is too early to be cut off.
So if you're ever in Southern Oregon and need a weekend away, I recommend giving this place a try. Especially if you still have childhood dreams of Lothlorien, Neverland or the Ewok Village.