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10+ Tree Houses for Rent to Take Your Travels to New Heights

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If you weren’t lucky enough to have a tree house in your backyard as a kid, you probably dreamed about having one as an idyllic after-school escape or a secret hangout spot for your friends. Lucky enough, there are plenty of people who share your vision, which is why there are so many amazing tree houses for rent on Airbnb and other rental companies right now!

These tree house getaways put a twist on glamping by combining an outdoorsy experience with majorly modern upgrades. Some options lean toward lavish, while others are more rugged—and all will take you and your travel companions to new heights. Whether you’re traveling with your family, a friend, or just on your own, these tree houses you can rent across the U.S. will be the roots of a very memorable vacation. But if this isn’t your vibe, maybe try a tiny house?


Tree House in Hardwick, Vermont

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Vermont is the picture-perfect spot for a cozy weekend away. Nestled in the trees you’ll find this stunning, eco-friendly rental that’s ideal for those looking for a little peace and quiet. There are tons of thoughtful details—like the recycled windows rescued from an old schoolhouse—so you’re sure to be comfortable in your solitude.


Tree House in Asheville, North Carolina

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Stargaze, admire the sunset, or relax on the porch with a cup of coffee when you book this tree house on Airbnb. It’s located in gorgeous Asheville, North Carolina, and is only 10 minutes from the downtown area. This listing combines both the charm of being off the grid with modern amenities like a TV. If you prefer the best of both worlds, this one’s for you.


Tree House in Branson, Missouri

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Modern design lovers will delight in this luxury tree house in Branson, Missouri. It’s over 680 square feet and can fit up to four guests. It also boasts features like quartz counters, a gorgeous deck, and proximity to all the local attractions you’d want to check out, like Silver Dollar City. At under $300 a night, this is a total steal!


The Mohicans in Central Ohio

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Nestled deep in the woods of central Ohio is The Mohicans treehouse resort, which boasts nine rustic-chic treehouses that allow guests to truly feel like they’re at one with nature. Options include the Nest, a single-room suite that’s built from old pine and features a wrap-around deck, and Moonlight, a stunning multi-room reprieve that marries the old with the new. The Mohicans has earned accolades from countless outlets—from Brides to Parade to the New York Times—for its accommodations as well as its views.


TreeHouse Point in Fall City, Washington

Located 30 minutes southeast of Seattle is TreeHouse Point, a forested retreat along Washington’s Raging River that comprises six beautiful tree houses. Each is heated and comes with essentials (bedding, towels, toiletries), while the bathrooms are shared on the ground level. The property prides itself on maintaining a secluded escape from the world, so you need to fill out an interest form before booking. In addition to providing nightly lodging, they also host weddings and other events and offer tours.


Treehouse Cottages in Springs, Arkansas

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Treehouse Cottages

Take your pick from the eight beautiful Treehouse Cottages in Springs, Arkansas, each of which is hand-built by owner Terry Miller. He and his wife, Patsy, founded Treehouse Cottages nearly two decades ago, and the resort is thriving to this day. In addition to Terry’s thoughtful and sound construction, Patsy’s eye for interior design is on full display. Their treehouses are beautifully appointed, boast loads of charm, and have luxurious touches like spa tubs and grand beds.


Rivers Edge Treehouse Resort in Robbinsville, North Carolina

Rivers Edge Treehouse Resort
Rivers Edge Treehouse Resort

For a nature-inspired getaway in the Smoky Mountains, book one of the six lofted abodes at Rivers Edge Treehouse Resort. Each multi-room lodge offers a rustic, cozy shelter amidst the great outdoors and is named after a different type of wood. For example, there’s the Poplar, named after the beautiful tulip poplar tree you can see from one of the many floor-to-ceiling windows, and the Persimmon, which is nestled among tall persimmon trees.


The Aviary at Wheatleigh Hotel in Lenox, Massachusetts

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Wheatleigh Hotel

Those seeking tree house lodging that leans more toward traditional hotel than rugged and outdoorsy may find a winner in The Aviary at Wheatleigh Hotel. This high-end luxury accommodation was once an aviary, hence the name, and has since been adapted into a secluded two-story suite. High-end touches are featured throughout, including a winding staircase, limestone bathroom details, a luxurious soaking tub, and stunning stone pillars. It just may be the perfect splurge for a romantic honeymoon, vow renewal, or anniversary getaway.


Bolt Farm Treehouse in Walhalla and Charleston, South Carolina

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Bolt Farm Treehouse

Bolt Farm Treehouse was founded by Seth Bolt of the band Needtobreathe. Reminiscent of a high-end interior design magazine, the Bolt Farm has fittingly been featured in Architectural Digest and earned the title of Most Popular Airbnb in South Carolina. Each tree house is appointed with cozy and inviting amenities, like clawfoot tubs, indoor fireplaces, spiral staircases, and Juliet balconies. Talk about an Instagram goldmine!


Countless Airbnb Options Around the World

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One of the best ways to find the tree house of your dreams is to spend a few hours perusing Airbnb. From open-air eco-retreats in Australia to charming aeries in Brazil to tropical bungalows in Miami, there are endless options dotted all across the globe. Especially noteworthy are this this dreamy Balian tree house that’s just steps away from the beach, this ornately designed tree house smack dab in the middle of a Costa Rican rainforest, and this rustic, stout number situated in the French countryside. Feeling overwhelmed by amazing choices? You can begin your search here, which is a listing of all the tree houses currently available on the site, and filters by price, number of guests, and trip type. See you up there!

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