Pete Nelson gifts his daughter Emily and her boyfriend Patrick, a NTS carpenter, with the ultimate housewarming gift -- a treehouse of their very own. He turns a piece of Nelson family history into a Moroccan marvel nested nearly 35 feet off the ground.
Pete constructs an amazing clubhouse for Sunrise Day Camp, which is a summer camp for kids battling cancer. The open-air tree house grants campers full interaction with nature by erasing the line between indoors and out.
Inspired by tales of a time long past, Pete builds a treehouse cradled by the stems of a twisty silver maple on the shore of Washington's Lake Chelan. The cedar-shingled structure has a curved turret that soars two stories high and a deck to take in views of the lake.
Pete Nelson and his team head to the Platte River Valley area of eastern Nebraska to build a magical, towering treetop castle for a family that has decided to never grow up.
Pete Nelson sets his eyes on the gargantuan Sitka spruce of his dreams on the coast of Oregon. Together with his team, Pete takes this treehouse escape and turns it into a full-time, live-in treehouse.
Pete heads to Dogwood Canyon, a 10,000-acre nature preserve in Missouri. Despite a tight Christmas deadline, he and his team create a two-story, hands-on learning haven with a giant copper-topped turret that can withstand thousands of visitors.
Pete Nelson and his team saddle up for a trip to Leaky, Texas, to build a colossal, Texas-sized treehouse. After rounding up the "Magnificent Seven" of cypresses alongside the banks of the Frio River, the crew builds a treehouse with the longest bridge in the company's history.
Pete and his team embark on a quest to an idyllic farm in Waxhaw, North Carolina, with orders to craft an elegant English retreat with a hanging bed fit for a queen. But standing in the way of Pete and his holy grail of pastoral treehouse builds are goats!
Pete Nelson explores ingenious treehouse designs and engineering feats of builders the world over. At the end of his adventure, he embarks on his very own epic treehouse engineering repair.