Treehouse Designers Guide: Daniels Wood Land

Whether you want a treehouse or an amusement park, Daniels Wood Land aims to please.

A Little Bit Country

A Little Bit Country

Photo by: Image courtesy of Daniels Wood Land

Image courtesy of Daniels Wood Land

Built in an oak tree on the central coast of California, this project had a cameo role in the CMT show Jennie Garth: A Little Bit Country. It features a tire swing, fireman's pole, ladder, lookout tower and net lounger for relaxing after all that swinging, sliding and climbing.

Don't have a tree for your treehouse? That's not a problem for Daniels Wood Land, which builds a variety of creative play structures including forts, castles and tropical-themed treehouses that come with their very own tree. "Each project … begins with a real log that has been reclaimed from local ranchers," says production sales manager Dana Morris. "Every clubhouse features sturdy construction using Douglas fir framing, cedar board siding and redwood for the balcony and support posts."

Based in: 

Paso Robles, California

In the business since: 



$6,000 and up

Most requested design: 

Monkey Mansion and Deluxe Scallywag Sloop

Wow factor: 

Daniels Wood Land built a pirate ship treehouse for a client in Florida that features bunk beds, stained glass windows, electricity, climate control and a fiber optic map of the solar system on the ceiling, complete with constellations. 

Celebrity clients:

Jennie Garth, Clint Eastwood, Vanessa Williams, Brooke Burke, James Hetfield, Wayne Brady, C C Sabathia and many others. 

Project locations:

All over the U.S., Canada, Mexico, Panama, Spain, Great Britain, Hungary, Japan, Saudi Arabia, Oman, Norway and Hong Kong. 

Fun fact:

Want your own private theme park? Daniels Wood Land also makes shooting galleries, chainsaw carvings of bears, cowboys and pirates, plus artificial trees and foam sculptures. 

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