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14 Incredible Treehouse Airbnb Rentals in the U.S.

by Mac Misseldine

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Prepare to take your cabin game to new heights.

Did your childhood dreams ever include living in a treehouse? Thanks to Airbnb, that dream is about to become a reality.

Well, at least for the weekend.

Treehouses can get a little cramped with large families, but when you’re planning a couples retreat or a small family getaway with one or two kids, they’re truly magical (but I picked #14 as a great option for larger groups too).

Whether you’re looking for a rustic cabin in the canopy or a modern masterpiece with all of the comforts of a hotel room, it’s pretty easy to find a treehouse that suits your style.

Continue on for the ultimate list of the best treehouse Airbnbs across the United States, from luxury architectural wonders to minimalist classics.

1. Meadowlark Treehouse

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Why you should stay here: an epic double-decker mountain retreat near Glacier National Park.

  • Location: Columbia Falls, Montana
  • Sleeps: 4
  • Minimum Stay: 3 nights
  • Rates From: $429/night

You may be camping, but there’s no roughing it in the Meadowlark Treehouse. This luxury two-story treehouse features charming spiral staircases, a full kitchen, full bathroom, and a master suite with a queen-size Tempur-Pedic mattress.

Unlike most treehouse rentals that barely fit two, you’ll get 500 square feet of living space with ample space to entertain, beds for four guests, and two outdoor patios to kick back and appreciate the incredible views.

When you’re ready to get out and explore, the treehouse is 30 minutes from Glacier National Park and a few minutes away from the Whitefish Mountain Ski Resort. Also be sure check out the amazing Raven’s Nest Treehouse located on the same property.

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2. The Outpost Treehouse

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Why you should stay: vintage-themed house secluded in the evergreens atop Spaulding Mountain.

  • Location: Saint Johnsbury, Vermont
  • Sleeps: 6
  • Minimum Stay: 2 nights
  • Rates From: $249/night

The reclaimed timber construction and vintage salvage decor make a stay at the Outpost Treehouse feel like visiting a different time. Located deep in Vermont’s idyllic Northeast Kingdom, this wonderfully handcrafted treehouse spares no detail.

The centerpiece of living room wall is even adorned with a pair of snowshoes, a reminder of the outdoors playground located just footsteps away — and there’s much to explore no matter the season. Located near world-class hiking and mountain biking trails, plus numerous ski resorts, the Outpost is a great place to seek adventure, or just relax and tune into nature.

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3. Treehouse Place At Deer Ridge

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Why you should stay here: a couples’ retreat with a loft bed for the kids.

  • Location: Snohomish, Washington
  • Sleeps: 3
  • Minimum Stay: 1 nights
  • Rates From: $225/night

Treehouse Place at Deer Ridge is equally delightful as a romantic escape or adventurous basecamp for small families. The treehouse is stunning inside and out, featuring a stone fireplace, luxury soaking tub, and romantic four poster bed.

The child loft has a low clearance, but it’s a great for small children who are old enough to climb the custom-made iron pipe ladder.

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4. Bolt Farm Luxury Treehouses

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Why you should stay: a 30-acre nature retreat where childhood fantasies meet grown-up luxury.

  • Location: Walhalla, SC
  • Sleeps: 2
  • Minimum Stay: 3 nights
  • Rates From: $452/night

The Majestic Treehouse is the most popular Airbnb in South Carolina, garnering praise from the likes of Architectural Digest, Conde Nast Traveler, and the CEO of Airbnb himself. It shouldn’t come as a surprise, then, that the Bolt Farm nature retreat has recently expanded, with several new luxury treehouses opening their doors in 2020.

The Majestic Treehouse gets all of the publicity, but if you’re looking to book a month-long stay don’t overlook the Enchanting Treehouse Retreat on the waterfront. It’s actually an Airbnb Plus property, meaning it’s been vetted by Airbnb staff and photographed inside and out to provide a full virtual tour — perfect for wary travelers booking their first vacation on Airbnb.

These opulent treehouses book out months in advance and there’s already a waiting list for the new treehouses debuting in 2020, so you’ll want to book your romantic getaway to Bolt Farm well in advance.

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5. Treetop Hideaways

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Why you should stay: a pair of luxury treehouses that redefine the modern glamping experience.

  • Location: Chattanooga, TN
  • Sleeps: 2
  • Minimum Stay: 1 night
  • Rates From: $297/night

Perched on the side of Lookout Mountain just a few minutes from downtown Chattanooga, Treetop Hideaways proves that luxury treehouses aren’t a childhood fantasy. They’re perfect for the modern glamping family that enjoys outdoor getaways with a refined basecamp and modern amenities.

The two-story Luna Loft Treehouse exudes rustic elegance from top to bottom. Everything tells a story, from the 19th century reclaimed barn wood structure to the penny floor bathroom, copper-lined whiskey barrel shower, and 16-foot-tall warehouse windows.

The Elements Treehouse elevates backcountry luxury to new heights thanks to a collaboration with Pete Nelson from the TV-show Treehouse Masters. You’ll have full temperature control in addition to heated floors, and the walk-in rain-head shower features a glassed-in tree to top off the natural ambience.

Both treehouses feature a kitchenette, gigabit internet, Tuft & Needle mattresses, and fire pits stocked with seasoned wood. Guests also have access to complimentary wine, sparkling water, s’more kits, and locally-sourced coffee, tea, and granola bars.

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6. Willow Treehouse

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Why you should stay here: a modern masterpiece overlooking a tranquil pond with 34 acres of wooded seclusion.

  • Location: Willow, NY
  • Sleeps: 2
  • Minimum Stay: 2 nights
  • Rates From: $350/night

Designed by Antony Gibbon and built by William Johnson, the Willow Treehouse features a rare blend of rustic charm and modern aesthetics. Floor-to-ceiling windows deliver incredible views and ample natural light, and there’s plenty of cooking options between the full kitchen upstairs and the grill on the private deck below.

Located about 15 minutes from Woodstock, you’ll enjoy peace and quiet while perched in the trees on the 34-acre wooded property. The pond isn’t just for looks — you can actually swim in it — and there’s a wood-burning Swedish hot tub for late-night stargazing.

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7. Sulfur Ridge

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Why you should stay here: an Amish-built treehouse with an eclectic sense of style.

  • Location: Bloomington Springs, TN
  • Sleeps: 2
  • Minimum Stay: 2 nights
  • Rates From: $297/night

Sulfur Ridge has everything you need for a glamping getaway in Tennessee — swanky accommodations, an elegant bathroom, a covered deck with a BBQ grill, a covered patio with a hot tub and fire pit, and a bed swing tucked under the treehouse.

Located in the heart of Upper Cumberland, you’re just a short drive from Center Hill Lake, Burgess Falls State Park, and Cummins Falls State Park.

If you’re a fan of antique furniture and decor, you’ll love the interior of the treehouse. Everything tells a story, from the 19th century door to the stained glass window and clawfoot tub. It’s cute, quirky, and drenched in sunlight thanks to expansive windows that capitalize on the forest views.

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8. Outpost Treehouse

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Why you should stay here: a fire lookout-style treehouse on a 65-acre farm.

  • Location: East Leroy, MI
  • Sleeps: 2
  • Minimum Stay: 2 nights
  • Rates From: $126/night

Inspired by the classic fire lookouts you’ll find out west, the Outpost Treehouse is simply elegant.

The minimalist interior is perfect for casual campers, but it’s the exterior that really shines here. There’s a wraparound deck, a BBQ grill for cooking, a fire pit, and plenty of room to roam on the 65-acre farm.

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9. Monterrey Bay Treehouse

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Why you should stay here: jaw-dropping views of Monterrey Bay and the Lago Lomita Vineyards.

  • Location: Los Gatos, CA
  • Sleeps: 2
  • Minimum Stay: 1 night
  • Rates From: $230/night

If you’re searching for a treehouse with epic views, this is it. The Monterrey Bay Treehouse delivers spectacular vistas of the entire Monterrey Bay area, including a number of the surrounding vineyards in the Tierra Madre Vineyard Block.

The accommodations aren’t much to gawk at (we’re talking about a tent on a large treehouse platform), but you’re here for the views, not the Four Seasons treatment.

You’ll be within a short drive of multiple world-class wineries, too, so finding a good bottle to drink in the sunset shouldn’t be a problem.

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10. Fantasy Treehouse

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Why you should stay here: Fun and quirky treehouse nestled high in an Aspen grove.

  • Location: Nephi, Utah
  • Sleeps: 6
  • Minimum Stay: 1 night
  • Rates From: $140/night

While Utah’s most famous landscapes are desert in nature, there are plenty of trees to be found in the mountainous areas — the quaking Aspen among the most stunning trees in the Beehive State.

The Fantasy Treehouse makes its home in grove of Quaking Aspen, with views through the branches out to the towering Wasatch Range nearby. The 70-foot long suspension bridge is an epic entrance to the home, which is built with tree trunks snaking up through the floor and along the walls.

Inside it’s quirky and cozy, with a rooftop porch that makes the perfect place to relax in the summer and fall.

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11. Tradewinds Treehouse

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Why you should stay here: the best treehouse for large families with kids.

  • Location: Stanton, Kentucky
  • Sleeps: 8
  • Minimum Stay: 2 nights
  • Rates From: $450/night

The Tradewinds Treehouse is hands-down the best treehouse for large families. You’ll find ample accommodations for up to eight people inside, and the private bathhouse means you won’t have to share restroom facilities with the neighbors.

The interior of the Tradewinds Treehouse is great, but it’s what’s on the outside that’ll make this a memorable camping trip for the kids. There’s a hot tub on the deck, a slide that’ll keep your little ones entertained for hours, and plenty of local trails for young hikers to explore.

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12. Walker Pond Tree Cabin

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Why you should stay here: 40 acres of solitude and a custom cedar hot tub.

  • Location: Coventry, Vermont
  • Sleeps: 4
  • Minimum Stay: 2 nights
  • Rates From: $331/night

Situated on the shoreline of a photogenic lake, the Walker Pond Tree Cabin delivers everything you need for a weekend of R&R. You’ll have 40 acres of forest and wetlands all to yourself, a canoe to explore the pond, and best of all, a custom cedar hot tub to soak in the magnificent view.

On the main level, the Walker Pond Tree Cabin features a sitting area, kitchen, and bathroom. The bedroom is upstairs in the loft, where you’ll drift to sleep staring up at the cathedral ceiling with hand-hewn cedar rafters. When you’re ready to take the party outside, there’s a mini kitchen and BBQ grill on the private deck.

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13. Heartland Treehouse

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Why you should stay here: a secluded couple’s retreat near the Oregon Coast’s most stunning locales.

  • Location: Langlois, Oregon
  • Sleeps: 2
  • Minimum Stay: 2 nights
  • Rates From: $146/night

You’ll find the Heartland Treehouse, a romantic 1-bedroom cabin, in the forested mountains above the Oregon Coast. If you’re looking for seclusion when you book your next anniversary or Valentine’s Day trip, this place is the ticket.

Perched in between two fir trees, this treehouse is just the right mix of rustic and comfortable, with copious space on the deck to sit and take in the forest — you may even hear the calming sounds of a nearby waterfall.

There’s no cell service or WIFI out here, so it’s perfect if your goal is to spend quality time with your significant other in nature. And if you’re ready for a bit of outdoor adventure, there’s an unlimited number of trails to hit up in the area.

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14. Redwoods Retreat

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Why you should stay here: enjoy the majestic Redwood forest from this rustic yet modern property.

  • Location: Woodacre, California
  • Sleeps: 8
  • Minimum Stay: 3 nights
  • Rates From: $400/night

Located an hour north of San Francisco, this Redwoods retreat actually features a traditional three-bedroom house, with a cozy treehouse studio as the fourth bedroom. It’s perfect for larger families that still want a treehouse experience — except you all will be fighting over who gets to sleep in the treehouse!

The property offers a wonderful blend of rustic and modern styling, with plenty of space inside and out for everyone to stretch out — most of the time you’ll want to be on one of the porches gazing up at the Redwood trees. Of course, the master bedroom even has a wood-burning stove, perfect for cozying up on a cold night.

The treehouse itself is to die for, with a pirate ladder and suspension bridge for access, and forest views in every direction once inside. But don’t forget the pristine location amid some of Marin Counties most beautiful outdoors attractions like Point Reyes National Seashore, Mount Tamalpais State Park, Muir Woods National Monument, and more.

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