Timberstone Adventures, a family-run disc golf course in Stoneham, recently expanded their operation to include a unique lodging experience: treehouses.
Owners Karen and Frank Ring worked with Zakk Maher of Community Concepts Finance Corp to secure the funding needed to construct three new treehouse cabins on their property, located only 20 minutes north of downtown Norway, abutting the White Mountain National Forrest. The Rings have already started booking reservations through the end of the summer for the newly completed treehouses, which sleep four people each. The largest treehouse, to be completed in August, will sleep eight and will boast a full kitchen, two full baths, two living rooms, and a custom built spiral staircase.
The Rings, with help from their son, Josh, and his wife, Cindy, started building the first treehouse in 2014 with lumber cut and milled on site. That treehouse was featured in Bethel Living Magazine in 2015 and has garnered much attention by travelers on Route 5. It is scheduled to host “Bill Green’s Maine” later this summer.
Timberstone Adventures opened their mountain terrain disc golf course in 2015 and secured a spot hosting the Maine Disc Golf Tour in July 10. They provide free rounds of disc golf to their overnight guests, which have included wedding parties, local church groups and corporate retreats. For more information on Timberstone Adventures Disc Golf and Treehouse reservations, see TimberstoneAdventures.com.