Takilma is an unincorporated group of people in Josephine County, Oregon, USA, south of Cave Junction. It is positioned on the East Fork Illinois River, about a mile southeast of Waldo.
Takilma is measured a substitute community and an informal artist settlement, which is home to several artists, such as Commedia DellArte Masks and Kendall Art Glass. It may be best recognized as the site of a tree house resort.
Something strange is afoot in the forest of Oregon. Strung high above the earth, nestled into treetops and branches, is one of the world's most sole resorts: Tree sort. This high-in-the-sky treehouse-resort proves that trees aren't just for the birds. 14 tree houses comprise Tree sort, and sleep two - eight people.
Getting to your space is partially the journey -- guests mount stairs, ladders, even a ninety-foot-long postponement bridge. Once there, speculate begins. At the Swiss Family Complex, a swinging bridge divides child and adult units, and a fire pole and rope swings offer kids with ground access. Comfort lovers will like the Tree Room Schoolhouse Suite, which sleeps four and has a bathroom, kitchenette, master bedroom, sitting area and loft.
Visitors permit dream to become reality at the Tree house Institute, which educates techniques in treehouse building. A self-described summer camp for families, Tree sort also characteristics horseback riding, rafting, ropes routes, ponds and arts and crafts classes. Tree hikers face the challenge of scaling Tree sort’s 51-foot rope-climbing tree and discovering a treetop pool made of river rocks
|Time zone||Pacific (PST) (UTC-8)|
|Area code(s)||458 and 541|