Thanks to that rainforest-friendly weather, the Pacific Northwest is known for some of the largest trees in the world. And that's got to have some perks. Aside from hiking up to see these giants, you can actually live in them and experience the wild side. Like at this Oregon treehouse near Washington that comes with actual zip lines and Tarzan swings!\nLocated in Takilma, Oregon, the Out 'n' About "Treesort" is only a road trip away from the Evergreen State.\nSitting as part of 36 acres of private pastures and woods next to Siskiyou National Forest's old-growth wilderness, there are 16 homes aloft in the trees. These are all connected by a web of suspended walkways.\nIt's available to book through the year although the "high" season is between June and September.\nPrices to spend a night at this spot start at $150 for two people and go up to $330 per night for four guests. If a friend decides to gatecrash your lofty plan, it only costs $25 for an extra person.\nSince each of the treehouses are unique, you can check here to see which one is a good fit for you and your squad.\nView this post on Instagram If you're quiet enough the Trees will tell you stories. A post shared by ChrisBurkard (@chrisburkard) on Jun 24, 2017 at 4:23pm PDT\nThe property also has a swimming pool pumped with water from the Illinois River to cool off, giant swings, a communal fire pit, and a BBQ grill.\nWiFi access, games, and books are available in a common area too.\nOne of their most-sought-after dwellings is the Majestree. Sitting up at 47 feet from the ground, this is their tallest one yet.\nOut'n'About Treehouse Treesort LLC | Facebook\nThe only way to get here is by climbing several flights of stairs and crossing two suspension bridges.\nThe Majestree room comes with a queen bed, two double beds in the sleeping loft accessible by a ladder, a full bathroom, and a cute kitchenette with appliances to whip up some quick meals.\nWhile staying here is an adventure in itself, the property is also home to zipline adventures right outside your door.\nYou can swing from one canopy to another, 650-feet in the air for $65 per person. The seven-line course is perfect for adventure-seekers.\nView this post on Instagram The things we do for @ormagazinesojc 🤷🏻♀️ A post shared by Marin Stuart (@marinstu1) on Apr 30, 2019 at 6:16pm PDT\nThe 50-foot "Tarzan" pendulum swing can be added to the package for $15 too.\nYou'll need to hold on tight as you're pulled up and then you can let go for a thrilling feat!\nIf this adrenaline-pumping activity is not your style, the Treesort also has a horse ranch where you can giddy up around the meadows for $60 per hour.\nView this post on Instagram Checked zip lining off the bucket list ✅ A post shared by Julie Shackelford (@julieshackelford) on Jun 2, 2018 at 4:19pm PDT\nThere are also plenty of trails to go chase wildflowers or waterfalls in the Illinois Valley and the nearby Redwood Coast if you decide to get outside.\nIf you've ever wanted to know what a grownup playhouse feels like, this is probably it. And by the looks of it, summer seems pretty sorted to us.\nView this post on Instagram 🐴🌲🍂 A post shared by Sophie Carter (@sophielouisexxo) on Jan 1, 2019 at 6:26pm PST\nOut 'n' About Treehouse Treesort \nPrice Per Night: $150 for two to $330 for four people\nAddress: 300 Page Creek Rd, Cave Junction, OR \nWhy You Need To Go: These treehouses are a complete adventure with zipline courses and a Tarzan swing!\nBook Here\n\n\nWe strongly advise that before you go swimming or visit any location, you check the most recent updates on potential hazards, security, water quality, and closures. If you do plan to visit a location, respect the environment.