THIS is one of the coolest restaurant experiences I have ever seen, and the best part is that it is in New Hampshire.

Tap into your nostalgic prepubescent days. One of the best hangout spots was the neighborhood treehouse.

Well, The Little Red Schoolhouse in Campton, New Hampshire, has utilized your nostalgia and tapped into it with a breathtaking treehouse restaurant.

Check it out below. You can see the trees around the deck.

Even the support beams are real tree limbs. SO COOL.

The Little Red Schoolhouse is a counter service restaurant. So it is kind of like grab-and-go.

But do not let that fool you. This food looks immaculate.

The menu is stocked full of fried seafood, lobster rolls, delectable and juicy-looking burgers, and so much more.

Check out the full review from the Roaming Foodie (an Instagram account dedicated to reviewing food in New Hampshire and all around New England).

Upstairs of The Little Red Schoolhouse is an observation deck with plenty of picnic tables if you prefer no roof covering. The deck is probably going to be one of the best places to see the foliage and feel like you are on top of the trees.

I'm honestly getting giddy just thinking about this treehouse. What a fun date night or family adventure it would be.

The Little Red Schoolhouse is currently closed for the season. They open again on Memorial Day weekend: May 24, 2024.

Set a reminder in your calendar, because you will NOT want to miss these views.

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