You sleep among the leaves in the tree houses of this extraordinary resort—the highest is 37 feet from the ground, one has an antique claw-foot bath, and another has separate kids' quarters connected to the main room by a swinging bridge. Other units have stained-glass windows, sleeping lofts, and other quirky features, and there is also an earthbound cabin with a view of the old-growth forest. The least expensive units don't have bathrooms—guests use the common facilities,
which also include a game area, fire pit, and common kitchen. Lots of fun activities are offered, from ziplining to horseback.