Each spring my girls and I plan a field trip to Reiman Gardens in Ames. Beyond the natural beauty of the flowers, gardens, and butterflies, each spring brings something different to the gardens.
This year it’s treehouses.
Well, I probably wouldn’t have called them tree houses, as none are actually in trees, but regardless of what you call them, they are fun, welcoming kids to explore, climb, and interact with each structure.
Enjoy these photos from our field trip. I hope they encourage you to take a little road trip and enjoy an outdoor adventure of your own!
There are eight tree houses displayed throughout Reiman Gardens. Plan a visit to see the other six!
Tip: Pack a special lunch and enjoy it anywhere in the park! Maybe in the shade of your favorite tree house or at the edge of the pond.
InTREEguing TREEhouses are on display until October 25, 2015.
- $8 for adults ages 18 to 64
- $7 for seniors ages 65 and up
- $4 for kids ages 4 to 17
- Free for kids ages 3 and under
Disclosure: I was in no way compensated for this post. Tickets were paid for by me; images are my own.