Yoki Treehouse is a fully-equipped private sanctuary for couples, offering both a luxury treehouse and seperate bathhouse connected by a 60-foot suspension bridge. The name—Yoki—is the Hopi Native American word for ‘rain’ and, like it’s name, Yoki Treehouse is dedicated to the precious rain that feeds the region’s springs and aquifers. The theme of water is reflected through the retreat’s location, its minimalist design, and the luxurious Onsen-style soaking tub. The breath-taking living space—which uses local and sustainable materials such as elm, cypress, and spruce—rests 25-feet above a spring-fed creek and is nestled between two old-growth bald cypress trees. Across the suspension bridge, the bathhouse sits at the edge of the ravine with floor to ceiling windows, perfect for bird watching and stargazing from the comfort of a custom soaking tub. It is truly exceptional and endlessly inspiring, making it an ideal weekend getaway or extended artist retreat.