Mission and History

In 2019, two mothers, Nicole Johnson and Melissa Juliano identified a vital need for the Bayfield Community. The community was missing a place where parents could connect and find support for their children. The idea of creating an environment where children could grow and learn together started to blossom. When the Bayfield School district offered a free space inside the old primary school building the Treehouse started to become a reality. After numerous volunteer hours, donations and some funding from LPEA and the Bayfield community The Community Treehouse was finally up and running. In September 2019, The Community Treehouse opened its doors to the community in hopes to fill this vital need within the community.

Our mission is to provide a safe and fun indoor play space for children and parents to play, learn and grow together.

"We are working together to strengthen our community, one family at a time". 

Every house needs a strong foundation; build yours at The Community Treehouse.