It's not yet the season for it, but you can already start making plans for the upcoming spring/summer to start making your own treehouse (or for your kids or whoever). Check it out:
This thread seems the most related to what I'm looking for.
We're organizing our scout camp for this summer, we have around 1km of pine pole ranging from 3.5m to 5m and I'm looking for plans or idea for constructions.
Our section is rather small and we only got back into real woodcraft last year with the classic tent on piles. We have to rent a field since we are not allowed to go sleep in the woods or even construct platform between trees (Yet we can bring torches in and play at night). This is what we made last year and our scouts made almost the same (The vertical poles we're already there from the last camp)
We have a week to build our stilts before the camp begin,and we're using lashing to fix poles together. This year we'd like to make them two stories tall (if possible) with the tent on top. The terrain is flat with a part that goes 10m down on 20m-30m
Here's what we'll need:
>A bridge only fixed in the ground on our side of the river (4m will be enough)
>A watch tower
>The two stories structure to put our tent on top (we have some plans but nothing groundbreaking)
>A bridge to link these two
>Idea for our scouts to build their stilts
>Groundhouse Internet Defense Force pls go
Depends on how your build them. Some houses hang from giant wide straps tied around the larger branches, while others are nailed directly into the tree stem. All depends on how they are build.