Cedar Creek Treehouse Featured on Television and Video
Cedar Creek Treehouse was featured on ABC's Good Morning America (July 30, 2009)
as one of
five unique lodgings in America by the editors of Travel & Leisure magazine
Seattle’s KOMO 4 TV aired a special on Cedar Creek Treehouse as part of their
“4 the Earth” series, hosted by Robert Santos in May.
The program focuses on environmentally friendly topics, and can be viewed online.
Recently it was chosen by the Travel Channel as one of the top three “extreme hotels” in the world.
We were featured in their pilot episode Extreme Hotels airing Dec. 20, 2007.
In Australia, Cedar Creek Treehouse appeared on
Channel 9’s “Getaway”
reaching two million viewers across the continent.
The TV crew also visited Mt. Rainier National Park and was rewarded with good weather – always a bonus – for both shoots.
We were ranked as “The #6 Most Unusual Hotels in the World” by the HDTV Discovery Channel show
“Ultimates.” (The Orient Express was ranked # 7)
National media features included HGTV’s “Out On A Limb” (April 2006).
Weekend Magazine (Nature Lover--“Nesting Instinct” July/August 2006 Hearst Pub./ N.Y.)
KSTW’s (Channel 11, Seattle/Tacoma) “FreeTime” October 2006
KBTC’s (Tacoma PBS) “Full Focus” May 16, 2006
HGTV (Home and Garden cable TV network)showcased Cedar Creek
Treehouse resort in a special program called "Out on a Limb", shot in high definition
The Travel Channel visited twice, in June, shooting for the Fall 2004 premier of "Amazing Vacation Homes" ,
and also for the show "Tremendous Treehouses" (Winter 2005).
Do It Yourself Network (DIY channel) and CNN Online highlighted us over the summer
CBS television The Morning Show -- (t.b.a.) Winter 2004
In Seattle, King 5 TV's "Northwest Backroads" showcased the new Treehouse Observatory, Rainbow Bridge, and
Stairway To Heaven (Oct. 2004). Host Grant Goodeve made his second visit to feature these latest additions,
having first visited us in December 1998. Producer Kevin Straylee receives, hands down,
the "Bravest Visitor of the Year" award for his awesome camera work! The owner's son, Cedar Compher,
and his dad Bill performed the background music for the shoot, playing Jimi Hendrix's "Little Wing" on acoustic guitars.
The Travel Channel (March 2003)
The Travel Channel visited us in April, and featured Cedar Creek Treehouse in a special series called "Secrets of Seattle",
contained some great video of the new octagonal treehouse Observatory.
Japanese Television filmed us on a snowy February, 2002, for a program aired nationally there.
The Oprah Winfrey Show (May 31, 2000) touts Cedar Creek Treehouse as "Not Your Typical Vacation."
Seattle's KING5-TV Northwest Backroads highlighted the treehouse on its Dec. 13,
1998 program, which was re-broadcast in late January 1999.
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