Girls Scouts Builds $450,000 Treehouse

The San Diego-Imperial County chapter of Girls Scouts has built a amazing tree house which is a four storied structure and cost about $450,000. It measures 39 feet and is being touted as the Balboa Park. The structure is even accessible to the disabled and that makes this tree house a unique one indeed.

It has always been the dream of many handicapped people to climb a tree. With this amazing tree house bang in the middle of Balboa Tree Park, that dream is going to turn into a reality. The tree house however does not come with any trees but with loads of tree stumps.


The tree house is almost an architectural marvel as so many logs had to be used to build the tree house and had to be stacked up precariously. The fact that underage children would use the edifice would make it even more important for the tree house to be safer.

Via: Sign On San Diego

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  • I don’t understand why it would cost as much as $450,000 to build something like this. It doesn’t look any more complicated than traditional post and beam structures. The “stumps” look like lumber or railroad ties or something, not stumps. And I think I can see somne kind of ramp up to the first level, but I don’t see how the disabled can get to the higher levels.

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