Pete Nelson and his team put forth superhero efforts to build a treehouse for the For-Mar Nature Preserve just outside of Flint, Michigan. This five-platform "nature headquarters" aims to be a beacon of positivity in a community still reeling from the 2014 water crisis.
Pete pushes his design-skills to create an owl-inspired treehouse library in Charlotte, North Carolina. Evoking the face of the bird and using all sorts of curves, including rounded walls and semi-circle bookcases, the crew constructs a one-of-a-kind masterpiece.
Pete Nelson and his team head to New Jersey to build a luxurious, Adirondack-style campers' retreat for an outdoor-loving couple. Glamping features include a screened-in porch, a floating barbecue deck and a cozy hanging bed.
Pete treks to New York's Catskill Mountains to build a glass house in the sky. Piecing materials together like a puzzle, Pete uses his clients' collection of 50 vintage windows to construct an elegant treehouse encased in walls of glass.
Pete is back in Texas to build a sophisticated, sleek and chic treehouse in the heart of Dallas. Daryl and the NTS team put treehouse engineering to the ultimate test at Washington State University.
In Texas Hill Country, Pete and the gang build a rustic double-decker hideout, set among six live oak trees and featuring a saloon-style lower level with a glass floor.
Drawing on the architectural innovations of Thomas Jefferson, Pete designs a luxurious two-story treehouse with colonial columns. The Bella Rose Plantation project is the crew's first in Virginia.
Pete comes to western Washington to create a 20-foot high treehouse built for action. Thrills include a 55-foot-long bouncy-bridge entryway and a zip line through the surrounding forest.