There are simple treehouses, and then this one at Camp Wandawega in Elkhorn, Wisconsin. It was originally built as a hotel in 1925, but then became a speakeasy during the days of prohibition, complete with trapdoors and hidden hatches to transport the illegal booze. Nexit, it was a haven for hookers, before undergoing a total renovation when the Catholic Church bought it. Owner David Hernandez and his wife have been putting massive amounts of work into the resort, restoring it all, cabin by cabin. Continue reading for two videos and more information.
“Completed in 2011, the treehouse at Camp Wandawega Lake Resort in Elkhorn, Wisconsin is simply amazing. Proprietors Tereasa Surratt & David Hernandez along with a group of very talented and generous friends built this labour of love, located in the center of the property,” reports