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24 Amazing Treehouse Vacation Getaways

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Treehouses are an alternative way to get away for those who love the great outdoors. Some offer all the amenities of a standard hotel or rental home, but guests get to sleep high off the ground in the middle of nature. Treehouse accommodations vary in levels of luxury — some have hot tubs included, while some use composting toilets. Some of these scenic treehouses are affordable getaways for budget-conscious vacationers, while others are more luxurious options worth sharing just to show what's possible. Daydream away.


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Treeroom Schoolhouse Suite

Cave Junction, Oregon | Sleeps 6
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This "treesort" in Cave Junction, Oregon, markets itself to two different kinds of travelers. For adventurous types in search of excitement, Siskiyou National Forest is adjacent for hiking and exploration, and there's horseback riding and zip lining onsite. For those seeking relaxation and solitude, the treehouses come with a range of amenities. Some have bathrooms and some don't, and some have multiple bedrooms and kitchenettes suitable for families.


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Lakeside Winter Treehouse
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Custom Treehouse
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Custom Treehouse

New Braunfels, Texas | Sleeps 8
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Enjoy the sound of the Guadalupe River from one of these 6 custom cabins in the trees, located in New Braunfels, Texas. Each rental features all the modern day conveniences one would want, such as Wi-Fi, AC, and fully equipped kitchens.

Waterfront Cabin
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Canopy Blue Luxury Treehouse
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Canopy Blue Luxury Treehouse

Blue Ridge, Georgia | Sleeps 6
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Take in gorgeous views of nature from the large decks and huge windows of Canopy Blue treehouse, which is located on 4 private acres. Amenities such as a hot tub, fire pit, and hanging sofa are all part of the experience.

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Glamping Treehouse on Lake Catherine
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Glamping Treehouse on Lake Catherine

Hot Springs, Arkansas | Sleeps 6
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Surrounded by 40 acres of privacy, this property offers a luxury “glamping” experience. Visitors can swim, fish and boat on bordering Lake Catherine. Don’t bring your laptop though, Wi-Fi is left out of the package to encourage guests to connect with nature.

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Modern Treehouse

Truro, Massachusetts | Sleeps 8
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This three bed, three-bath house is nestled up amongst the trees and features large multi-level decks for outdoor relaxation. Guests can enjoy an outdoor shower, as well as views of Cape Cod bay.

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Glamping Treehouse
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Holly Rock Treehouse
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Holly Rock Treehouse

Summersville, West Virginia | Sleeps 2
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This outdoorsy destination in Summersville, West Virginia, offers a new addition to its collection of high-end cabins — a treehouse accessed by a canopy-covered bridge. Outside appearances are deceiving, but inside are all the comforts of a hotel room at Country Road Cabins. One of the most popular activities in the area is white-water rafting on the New River Gorge.  

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Dogwood Treehouse Cabin
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Dogwood Treehouse Cabin

Dora, Missouri | Sleeps 2
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Missouri Treehouse Cabins in southern Missouri offers a range of secluded accommodations high up in the trees on more than 350 acres near the North Fork River. Choose from several amenity-packed treehouses that include kitchens, bathrooms, and multiple bedrooms for about $239 a night. Activities include fly-fishing, hiking, and other outdoorsy pursuits.


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Litchfield, Connecticut | Sleeps 2
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This fancy resort in Litchfield, Connecticut, offers a wide range of breathtaking (and expensive) lodging options, one of which is a treehouse suspended 35 feet above the ground. The two-story fort has a master bedroom with a steam shower and hot tub, and a full bar and fireplace on the second floor. This kind of luxury in the sky will cost you, though; prices start at $1,000 per night.

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TreeHouse Point

Issaquah, Washington | Sleeps 2
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Just 30 minutes outside Seattle, deep in the forest, guests can fall asleep in a high-end treehouse hearing nothing but the sounds of birds and running water. Breakfast is served in a nearby lodge and a bathhouse is shared between the treehouses. Pricing starts at $300 per night. Leave the kids at home, though — no one under age 13 is allowed.

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Tranquil-A-Tree Treehouse

White Salmon, Washington | Sleeps 4
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The Pacific Northwest is filled with treehouse accommodations, one of which is a singular treehouse that sits at the base of Mount Adams in White Salmon, Washington. The treehouse is ideal for those who are interested in "glamping" (glamorous camping) in the woods with all the basic comforts. Starting at $165 per night, visitors can enjoy a hot tub on the deck plus a full kitchen for cooking.

Romantic Farm Treehouse
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Tranquiltree Tree House
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Tranquiltree Tree House

Kerala, India | Sleeps 2
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Travel to Wayanad in southern India to stay in a treehouse located on a coffee and spice plantation that dates back to the 1800s. In addition to touring the plantation, guests can swim and enjoy the onsite spa. The 400-acre estate has a main lodge and two treehouse accommodations. One of the treehouses has a large Royal Poinciana growing right through it, incorporated into the rustic but luxurious decor. Both treehouses feature modern conveniences such as TV, bathrooms, and a mini-fridge. Prices start at around $270.

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Casa Tamandua

Puntarenas, Costa Rica | Sleeps 4
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Costa Rica is home to many treehouse accommodations, but the Finca Bellavista is one of the most secretive — the hotel reveals its location only after a reservation is made and is accessible only by foot. Some residents make the sustainable village deep in the rainforest their permanent home, with property that overlooks waterfalls and natural swimming pools available to buy. The majority of the food for the community is grown onsite and electricity is solar. Zip lining is a big activity for guests, and packages start at $200 a night.


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Tree Top Nest

Bangkok, Thailand | Sleeps 2
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For those who really want to get away from it all, the Bangkok Tree House is reachable only by foot, bike, or boat. Once there, visitors can truly rough it in the tropics. The treehouses, or nests, as the hotel calls them, have outdoor showers and small air conditioning units and toilets. But guests have to deal with mosquitos and should be prepared for other wildlife, such as lizards, birds, and cicadas. The hotel prides itself on providing organic food and supplies. Prices start at $90 per night.


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Treehouse EcoLodge

Punta Uva, Costa Rica | Sleeps 4
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Some treehouse accommodations don't allow children, perhaps rightfully so, due to the risky nature of sleeping high up off the ground. Families can stay at this treehouse in Punta Uva, in the Costa Rican province of Limón, but the romantic jungle backdrop may be better suited to honeymooning couples. A wooden suspension bridge leads guests to a jungle home built on tall stilts. Inside is a full apartment with two bedrooms, a bathroom, and a kitchen. Rates start around $300 a night.


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Melody Sphere

Vancouver Island, British Columbia | Sleeps 2
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Deep in a forest on Vancouver Island, British Columbia, there exists a strange sight high in the trees: spheres suspended by wires and connected with bridges. Guests can sleep in these one-of-a-kind accommodations while enjoying the beauty of the setting for rates starting at $275 a night. Bathroom and shower facilities are located on the ground.


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