See also: tree stand
treestand (plural treestands)
- An open or enclosed platform secured to trees to provide a vantage point for hunters.
2007 December 22, Scott Bowen, “Hunting Expands. So Does Camouflage. Can You See a Pattern Here?”, in New York Times:
- "If you're in a treestand, you need to think specifically about what kind of tree you're hunting from, so you can match the camo correctly," said Burch, a 30-year-old iron worker, who grew up hunting the Missouri woods near the town of Montrose, where he now lives.