Get ready to take to the trees and fulfill a longtime childhood fantasy: an overnight stay in a treehouse!
The U.S holds a surprising amount of treetop lodging options, from fine and fancy to rustic and rugged. An overnight stay at any of these excellent high flying options will provide you with an opportunity to get closer to nature, relax, and enjoy your surroundings. Whether you are planning a romantic getaway or family vacation, treehouses are always a unique and utterly unforgettable option!
- Treehouse Cottages - Eureka Springs, Arkansas
This artsy option has been impressing guests since 1991, Treehouse Cottages providing the luxuries of fine lodging alongside the rugged peacefulness of a forest getaway. There are two different locations holding a total of seven different treehouses here, each house featuring air conditioning and colorful touches like artful tiles and pottery.
- Missouri Treehouse Cabins - Dora, Missouri
The Ozarks have never looked as beautiful as they do in one of eight of these astounding treehouses, two of them measuring up to 1200 square feet! Private tubs, porches, and two bedroom treehouses like the River Lighthouse all provide excellent amenities, this spot along North Fork River highly popular for fly fishing and wildlife watching.
- A Teton Treehouse - Jackson Hole, Wyoming
Healthy breakfasts, bird watching, horseback riding, and whitewater rafting are all things you can look to enjoy at A Teton Treehouse, a six house B&B setting among gorgeous Jackson Hole scenery. Each house is provided with modern luxuries such as white-sound machines, guest robes, chocolates, and private bathrooms.
- Edisto River Treehouses - St. George, South Carolina
Privately accessible by canoe, this Edisto River Treehouse settlement will take you back to primal camping, the houses holding no electricity, but easy access to nearby wildlife refuges. Use cooking fuel, candles, and torches during your stay and really connect with your surroundings. Be sure not to pass up a scenic canoe tour during your stay!
- Treehouse Point - Issaqua, Washington
Just 30 minutes south of Seattle you will find five different handmade treehouses along Raging River, this popular treehouse camp spot an adults-only lodging choice. You can enjoy guided tours, hikes, massages, yoga, and treehouse building workshops here, plus, of course, an up close and personal view of the amazing Washington scenery surrounding you.
- Cedar Creek Treehouse - Ashford, Washington
50 feet off the ground with an unobstructed view of Mt. Rainier, Cedar Creek Treehouse is one of the most breathtaking options on the list. This B&B is eco-friendly and holds fun aerial features such as the popular 100 ft tall observatory in a fir tree. There is also the Stairway to Heaven, another great viewing spot connected by the swinging Rainbow Bridge.
- The Aviary at Wheatleigh Hotel - Lenox, Massachusetts
Just as you'd suspect, this treehouse choice is a former aviary, a Wheatleigh Hotel special feature that provides an atmosphere best described as 'luxury meets nature chic' (Fodors). This two-story suite holds luxurious and antique features throughout, with a wine cellar and pool nearby on the 22 acres. During the summer each Wednesday brings a lobster and steak filled BBQ at the lodge, as well.
- Out'N'About Treehouse Treesort - Cave Junction, Oregon
This three-level B&B Treehouse Treesort provides guests with 18 different treehouse choices, forts and swinging bridges for the kids, and aerial swings and adventures for everyone. The houses themselves feature detached porches with unbeatable views of your Oregon surroundings, and the site offers horseback riding, ziplining, and various arts and crafts opportunities.
- Post Ranch Inn - Big Sur, California
A king-sized bed and crackling fireplace await you at this more ritzy treehouse choice, the Post Ranch Inn. Nine feet off the ground, the feature treehouse here holds such surprising amenities as granite tiled bathroom with jacuzzi tubs, skylights, wine, and wifi. There is an onsite spa and restaurant overlooking the Pacific Ocean at the actual inn, plus daily breakfast with a side of yoga or hiking opportunities.