Camp Prime Time Treehouse

Usually a treehouse is never designed for disabled people, but lucky nowadays there are more and more designers who are paying attention that all people in the world can reach a treehouse and enjoying their stay in a treehouse!

In USA, seven miles  east of White Pass, Washington, near Clear Lake in the beautiful Wenatchee National Forest, the Prime Time group opened the Camp Prime Time to permit terminally/seriously ill or disabled children and their family to enjoy the adventure surrounded by nature!

In this camp has been built a treehouse with a very long ramp to reach the treehouse, actually a covered terrace, where people can do their activities or just admiring the landscape!

As architect I really love the construction under the platform and the design that this beams form.

Pics by Camp Prime Time. All rights reserved.

Leave a Reply

Time limit is exhausted. Please reload CAPTCHA.