Made In The U.S.A.

The world’s largest MITUSA treehouse.

In Adventures on November 11, 2009 at 12:11 am

Below you will find information, a photograph and links to several more photographs of the world’s largest MITUSA-certified treehouse. What makes a MITUSA-certified treehouse, you might ask? All of the lumber–all of it–in the 100-foot-tall treehouse is reclaimed.

“When God told Horace Burgess to build a treehouse, he promised that Burgess would never run out of materials. So far he hasn’t. Using tons of reclaimed wood, Burgess has built a 10-story treehouse in Crossville, Tennessee.”


I need this.


Thanks to superdesigner Shaun Sundholm for pointing out such greatness (as usual).

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