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6 Cozy Treehouse Rentals in Ohio

by Lauren Melnick
Updated October 07, 2021

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Ohio is a full-on escape into nature. From spring until fall, the lush forests and sparkling lakes are a playground for the state’s incredible outdoor adventures. With 74 state parks, 130 nature reserves, and a seasonally changing landscape, there’s always something new to see and discover.

The best way to experience the state? With one of these unique treehouse rentals in Ohio. Escape the humdrum of city life and immerse yourself into these forest getaways where the WiFi signal is weak, and hiking trails start minutes from your doorstep.

Sip your morning coffee from your private deck and listen to the sounds of the forest without another human insight. And after a full day of exploring Amish Country, return to your abode, open up a bottle of wine, and stargaze while sitting around a roaring fire.

Look no further than these six amazing treehouse rentals in Ohio for a spellbinding blend of rustic architecture and nature.

Related read: 8 Unique & Secluded Cabin Rentals in Ohio

1. Luxury Treehouse Getaway

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Why you should stay: A charming treehouse 30-feet off the ground perfect for your next romantic rendevous.

  • Nearest town: Millersburg
  • Sleeps: 2
  • Minimum stay: 2 nights
  • Rates from: $229/night

Chances are you’ve seen this Ohio treehouse making the rounds on Instagram and HGTV. Towering 30 feet above the ground, its aerial walkway among the treetops is a showstopper. Picture yourself waking up here in the morning, making a cup of coffee, and sitting on the deck listening to the sounds of the forest come alive. It’s nothing short of magical and the perfect way to spend a few days while in Amish country.

The interior of the treehouse is tastefully rustic. The craftsmanship is impeccable, and the decor adds to the serene nature of the property. When it comes to amenities, you’ll have absolutely everything you need.

The highlight? The fully equipped kitchen. Whip up a delicious meal after a long day of exploring, and unwind on the porch for an unforgettable al fresco dining experience.

For couples looking for a romantic getaway, the treehouse pulls out all the stops. Cozy up next to the roaring fireplace, jump into the jacuzzi with a bottle of wine, and soak up the ambiance of the property.

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2.The Sky Loft

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Why you should stay: Cozy treehouse living with an outdoor tub in the treetops.

  • Nearest town: Dundee
  • Sleeps: 2
  • Minimum stay: 1 night
  • Rates from: $135/night

Growing up, did you daydream about building a treehouse in your backyard? Well, The Sky Loft is your chance to live out your childhood fantasy! Stretching high into the treetops, this cozy hideaway has an outside deck with a fireplace on the first floor, with your living quarters on the second. Sleeping only two guests, it’s the perfect choice for couples or solo travelers in search of some peace and tranquility in the woods.

The decor inside this Ohio treehouse is simple, rustic, and modern. A massive window faces the comfortable queen-sized bed, giving you a spectacular view of the forest in the morning. Next to the bed is a tiny kitchen with all the essentials (a fridge, a microwave, kettle, and coffee plunger). Back on the deck, you’ll find an outdoor shower and tub in the treetops.

With not much space to cook, venture out into town for some of your meals. Beacon Cafe is a firm favorite with locals. Otherwise, plan for a barbecue and cook some delicious steaks while the sun dips below the horizon and the fairy lights on the deck create an enchanting atmosphere.

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3.Tullihas in the Trees

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Why you should stay: </strongAn off-the-grid treehouse perfect for families. 

  • Nearest town: Frazeysburg
  • Sleeps: 5
  • Minimum stay: 1 night
  • Rates from: $125/night

Tullihas in the Trees has no electricity, running water, or WiFi. That will either sound like your dream vacation or leave you running for the hills. If it’s the former, you’re in for a treat.

Sleeping five people, the treehouse is made for families who are craving a digital detox. Hang up your hammocks on the nearby trees, explore the hiking trails, and feast on s’mores while telling ghost stories around the campfire.

Situated on a 230-acre farm with frequent wildlife visitors, your kids will delight in spotting all kinds of critters (like fireflies and horses) during your stay. If the kids do get bored, take them for a spin on the ATV and end the day with dinner on the lower deck, taking in the incredible views over the property.

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Related Read: 9 Incredible Kentucky Treehouses For a Southern Getaway

4.The Arrow

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Why you should stay: A secluded getaway in a fairytale treehouse.

  • Nearest town: Dundee
  • Sleeps: 2
  • Minimum stay: 1 night
  • Rates from: $150/night

Need some time alone with your beau? Grab a bottle of wine, and head out to Dundee, Ohio. The Arrow, part of a collection of properties in the Treehouse Village, screams rustic romance.

Hidden in the forest, you’ll cross a swinging rope bridge covered in fairy lights, illuminating the path to your humble abode. When you step inside, the cozy vibes continue. The interior is a rich chocolate brown with natural materials, industrial touches, a middle-of-no-where charm.

There’s a queen-sized bed overlooking the forest and a beautiful claw-foot bathtub. Pack some bath salts, put on a jazz record, and let the worries of the real world soak off you.

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5.Treehouse Lodge

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Why you should stay: Enough room to bring the whole family.

  • Nearest town: Dundee
  • Sleeps: 12
  • Minimum stay: 1 night
  • Rates from: $325/night

Often, these treehouse rentals in Ohio or elsewhere in the U.S. only sleep 2-4 people max. That’s a problem if you’re a big family or group of friends who want to escape the city for a weekend.

Enter the Treehouse Lodge in Dundee. This gorgeous property sleeps 12 and is made from two shipping containers tucked away in the trees. Upon entering, you’ll find a mix of modern rustic and industrial touches like handcrafted couches, a hardwood dining table, and a modern natural gas fireplace. It’s the perfect place to wind down and connect after a day of exploring Amish Country and nearby Dundee Falls.

What adventure into the woods would be complete without a BBQ? The large outside patio comes with a grill, and there’s a soaking tub adding to a memorable stay. If you don’t feel like using the fully equipped kitchen during your vacation, you can order-in from nearby Park Street Pizza.

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6.Somewhere To Be Treehouse Cabin

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Why you should stay: Everything you need for a comfortable stay with plenty of nearby hiking trails

  • Nearest town: Rockbridge
  • Sleeps: 2
  • Minimum stay: 2 nights
  • Rates from: $199/night

If there are no treehouses in Ohio available or heights aren’t for you, this treehouse A-frame cabin in Rockbridge is a great alternative. Resting in Hocking Hills, you’re only minutes away from attractions like Old Mans Cave, Rock House, and Conkles Hollow.

Wake up to the sounds of the forest with large windows inviting the outside world in. Enjoy your morning coffee on the large outdoor deck, have a nap on the hammock, and curl up around the indoor fireplace while streaming a movie.

While the mid-century decor, twinkling fairy lights, and comfy bean bag chairs might entice you to stay indoors, you’ll want to maximize your time in the area. With so many of Ohio’s top hiking trails only a short drive away, the Somewhere To Be treehouse cabin is made for hikers who love the outdoors but don’t want to skimp on their creature comforts.

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