Booking FAQs

Treehouses are Open!

We are accepting reservations for treehouse overnight stays. Please note that to ensure time to sanitize each treehouse between guests, we require a 2-night minimum stay.

While we loved taking people zipping through the trees, the past two years have refocused our business on our nationally acclaimed treehouses and new event/wedding venue. We no longer offer Canopy Tours, yet invite you to enjoy the magical experience of spending the night in a tree!


For a treetop adventure, please click Book Now to check availability or call 512-264-8880. If you get our voicemail, we are helping others and will get back to you as soon as we can. Guests who have a specific date in mind and limited flexibility should book early. Full payment is required to book a reservation.

Hours of Operation

Our treehouses, Ranch House, and Event Center are available for booking 365 days a year.

Refunds / Cancellations

Your online booking is final.  All reservations are paid in full at the time of booking and are non-refundable.

If you can’t make your booked date, we will reschedule free of charge with at least 30 days notice for Treehouse or Ranch House reservations.

Treehouse FAQs

Can children stay in the tree house?

Children must be at least 8 years old to stay in our tree houses and must be accompanied at all times by an adult. The Lofthaven is an adult-only treehouse.

Can people visit guests in tree houses?

Cypress Valley is our family ranch and home. We do NOT allow people other than those staying in treehouses to be on our property outside Canopy Tour operating hours.  ONLY booked guests may enter the treehouses.

What are the check in and check out times for the treehouses?

Check in is between 4 p.m. and 6:00 p.m. the day of your reservation, and checkout is 11 a.m. the day of departure. We are unable to accommodate early arrivals or late departures. For your safety and that of our staff, we have initiated a contact-free check-in. You will receive details in your confirmation email after booking.

What amenities are included in the treehouse reservation?

The Nest, Yoki, and Lofthaven all have private bathrooms located on the bluffs across the ravine from your tree house. The ground structures and the tree structures are included in your treehouse reservation. There is electricity and lighting in all structures.

The Lofthaven’s ground structure houses the heated natural rock tub, kitchenette, and bathroom. We provide an electric kettle, and toaster oven, as well as cups, dishes, and flatware. There is a kitchen sink and small refrigerator. Our restroom has a shower, sink, and toilet. The tree structure contains a small table, hammock, and a king size bed. The bed is outfitted with fresh linens, and extra blankets for your comfort.

The Nest has its own separate dining room equipped with a small kitchen suspended above the creek ravine a few steps from your bedrooms. You will have a small refrigerator, sink, toaster oven, electric kettle, dishes, cups, and flatware. The Nest’s bathroom has a tub/shower combination, sink, and toilet, and there is a outside shower near the bedrooms on a vine-covered deck. The Nest has two bedrooms, one with a queen bed and the other with two twins. There is also a super cool bean bag chair that converts into a queen size mattress to host up to two more guests on the floor in the lounge. The Nest includes a small lounge area with giant bean bag and wingback chairs for late night reading.

Juniper and Willow are twin treehouses each equipped with a queen bed, coffee station, electric kettle, water jar, and front porch sitting area. Juniper and Willow share a common rustic bathroom facility which includes four individual toilet and sink stalls, and two showers stalls. These facilities are a 2-3 minute stroll from your treehouse bedrooms.

Our small pond, pool (seasonal), and other facilities are Juniper and Willow’s backyard and available for guest use anytime.

None of our treehouses have WiFi, television, or microwaves.

Is there air conditioning in the tree houses?

The Lofthaven bedroom, while not traditionally temperature controlled, is equipped with fans and a floor a/c unit during the warmer months. The bathhouse has ceiling fans but no A/C.

Yoki’s bedroom and living space is air conditioned.

The Nest bedrooms and lounge area are air-conditioned. The kitchen and dining room have a fan, but no A/C.

Juniper and Willow have window A/C units for your comfort.

The Ranch House is equipped with central heat/AC and has a wood burning stove.

Refund/Cancellation Policy

Our treehouses and Ranch House often book months in advance for honeymoons, anniversaries, and other special events,. Once we have turned guests away for a special occasion, they will likely have booked elsewhere and no longer be available to rent the space. Bookings are final and no refunds are available. With at least 30 days notice prior to your reserved date, we will offer a one-time rescheduling.

Pet Policy

Pets are not allowed in the treehouses or the ranch house.

Treehouse Costs

You can reserve your overnight tree top stay for two or more nights. When available, Canopy Tours are required with overnight stays.

Pricing varies by season and day of week. Check pricing by date and unit you are interesting in here.

All accommodations require a two night minimum.

To learn more about each overnight accommodation, visit our treehouse page.


No accommodations will be made for pets; please Do Not bring them to the site. We do have special arrangements with A to Z Dog Ranch to house your pet for the time you are here at a reduced daily rate. Give them a call to arrange.

Gift Certificates

GIFT CERTIFICATES: Cypress Valley Canopy Tours makes the perfect gift for an anniversary, birthday, or holiday! We make it easy: just click here to buy your certificate. The recipient can redeem it all year at a date and time they choose.

Zip Line Canopy Tours

While we loved taking guests through the trees, our zip lines are permanently closed. A fire in 2011 killed or damaged some of our ancient cypress trees and juvenile cypress trees are now growing up through our original zip line wires and to allow our spring-fed creek ravine to recover from the fire, we will not be able to reopen our canopy tours. Instead, we now focus on our treehouse and event business.