Pete connects with old friends in Canton, North Carolina, to build them a Zen sanctuary in the trees. Battling a record nine-day build window, the team stays calm in constructing a retreat 15-feet high with a picture-perfect view of the Blue Ridge Mountains.
Pete designs a ski chalet treehouse that glistens as bright as the freshest powder atop a black diamond run! This 20-foot high winter retreat features a secret bedroom and a double-sided fireplace that keeps guests warm both inside and out.
Pete builds a treehouse for clients passionate for competition and survivalist games. Set in a grove of 10 hackberry trees, Pete designs a camouflage structure with a luxurious interior that could pamper any hardened champion.
Equipped with a 205-foot zip line entrance through the trees, Pete and his team work modern magic in Georgia to build a treehouse that breaks all the country rules! Then he makes a pit stop at Dale Earnhardt Jr.'s to visit the racing legend's very own treehouse.
Pete and the crew embark on an epic quest to give a thrill-seeking couple the treehouse of their dreams -- an adventure headquarters in the sky sitting 16 feet high in three cedars with a wraparound deck and stunning panoramic views.
Pete Nelson and his brigade de cuisine cook up a dining room treehouse for a French-inspired restaurant. Surrounded by fields of red poppies, this soaring space is nestled in a giant live oak and will make guests feel like they're eating in the Provence countryside.
Pete and the crew channel famous architect Frank Lloyd Wright for a triple-decker treehouse on the shores of Lake Barkley in Kentucky. With more square footage than any treehouse in NTS history, the high-design "treehome" will offer a bedroom, kitchen, bathroom and more!
Pete Nelson trucks out to Walden, New York, to build a treehouse tasting room for Angry Orchard. The pavilion-style structure will elevate guests high above the acres of apple trees where they can enjoy a glass of hard cider and soak in the views of the orchard.
Country music superstar Zac Brown asks Pete Nelson to build an otherworldly treehouse at Camp Southern Ground -- a state-of-the-art camp for kids. The team constructs a zinc-wrapped treehouse that's half spaceship, half horseshoe crab and fully out of this world!
Pete heads to Michigan to help a husband surprise his wife with a Swiss Family Robinson-inspired treehouse for their anniversary! Far more advanced than its castaway motivation, the treehouse is supported with steel beams to hold tons of modern amenities.
Pete passes the torch to Roderick to tackle a build on land with six generations of history. A whimsical staircase wrapped in branches leads up to a hexagonal tower with colorful stained glass windows and a platform that boasts 360-degree views.
Pete Nelson and his crew gather around a campfire to answer fan questions, recall their most magnificent builds and share heartwarming memories and downright ridiculous moments they've enjoyed in the world of treehouses.
Pete Nelson and his family gear up to expand their treehouse empire on 23-acres of forest wonderland. As construction kicks off, Pete enlists his son Charlie to oversee the project that will be a home base for him to live in full-time.
From a manta ray-shaped wonderland in the Thai jungle to a spirit-soothing hideaway nestled in Australia's wilderness, Pete Nelson explores treehouses that tap into the mind, body and spirit.
Pete Nelson surprises two lucky winners by repairing and renovating their existing treehouses from top to bottom.
Pete Nelson and his crew of merry men trek to the Blue Ridge Mountains to build a treehouse for one of their own, carpenter Mike Reynolds. Perched 16 feet up, it will be the perfect rustic guesthouse to host the raucous, 12-day Appalachian tradition known as Breakin' Up Christmas.