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Takes some doing to find this off the beaten path. Unfortunate there is a gate and a posted sign for tresspassing. Locals (older) took my family 'in' so they could see the house up close. Wasn't my 'deal' but the photos were pretty incredible. There...More
Ministers tree house is such a cool place to stop off, but only if you're willing to trespass. If you just want to look from the road don't bother you won't really see anything. You can either slip through a small opening to the left...More
This place was easily the highlight of my visit. It is officially closed and you are trespassing to see it. You can feel the passion that this guy must have had to build it, and I can not imagine his grief in seeing what strangers...More
This place has been amazing since I was a kid its beautiful and hand crafted by a minister here in our home town I love seeing this advertise on face book from famous people knowing this is in our little small town the worlds largest...More
This treehouse is incredible! Unfortunately, you cannot go into the treehouse any longer and due to vandals it is fenced off from the public. You can still get close enough to feel the magic and get some great photos though!