If you have ever considered camping in a treehouse, you are in luck! Whether you’re trying to connect with your partner, or wanting a fall weekend getaway with family, there is something for you. Here are some of the best treehouse rentals for your fall trip. Time to book your favorite!
Awesome Places for Treehouse Glamping
Glamping is one of the best ways to connect with nature and get away from it all. During the fall months, properties offer incredible views as the leaves begin to change. If you’re looking for a great place to go glamping this fall, here are the best glamping treehouse rentals for your next vacation.
Taproot Sanctuary is a beautiful mountain retreat, surrounded by stunning forest views, located just outside Asheville, North Carolina. If you have never been glamping Asheville is the perfect place to go. The treehouse backs up to the Big Ivy Pisgah National Forest so guests are serenaded by the sounds of nature as they drift off to sleep.
Suwannee River Sanctuary
If you want to go glamping Florida definitely has some awesome properties. The Birdhouse features a balcony facing the Suwannee river with 360 degree scenic views. Spend the day hiking, fishing, swimming, kayaking, and enjoying everything that the Suwannee has to offer. Minutes from multiple springs by river or road.
Located in Mill Creek, Pennsylvania, this treehouse rental is perfect for the whole family. This Glampsite is the ultimate luxury camping experience with a large canvas tent, front porch, propane camp stove, fire pit, cot-style bunk bed, picnic table, and even a slide! Who wouldn’t love that?
Heaven on Earth Retreat
Located at Heaven on Earth Retreat in Prescott, this beautiful Arizona treehouse has three walls of windows nestled in an overhanging cliff. This is a nature lover’s dream, with a pool, spa, lawn, hammock and world-class Granite Gardens Trails just outside the treehouse door!
This property features several treehouses in Hocking Hills, Ohio. Each property is unique and offers a kitchenette, bathroom, balcony, and a wood burning hot tub. There are fifteen state parks in the area and families can be as active or relaxed as they want to be.
North Sungate Farms Treehouse Glamping
This treehouse glampsite is located in the beautiful Appalachian Mountains. Located on a farm property, this is not your typical glamping vacation. With an outdoor solar shower and an awesome setting perched high above a creek, guests will enjoy every aspect of treehouse camping in this North Carolina gem.
Rivers Edge Treehouse Resort
At River’s Edge, you’ll find six different styles of glamping tree houses! Located along the Cheoah River in North Carolina, there is an abundance of outdoor activities and stunning scenery. Families with children over the age of 12 are welcome, and everyone will enjoy the upscale amenities (satellite tv, memory foam mattresses, and more), fire pits, horse shoes, and being walking distance to fishing.
Lago Lomita Vineyards Treehouse
Lago Lomita Treehouse sits in a vineyard overlooking Monterey Bay, offering views for miles. Located on 44 acres high atop the Santa Cruz Mountains, this treehouse is the best of both worlds. Not only is it in the trees, but it’s close to major beaches. Definitely one of the more unique properties out there!
Chattanooga is beautiful in the fall, and Treetop Hideaways is no exception! Just a short drive from town and nearby attractions such as Rock City and Ruby Falls, you’ll find a peaceful and quiet stay at Treetop Hideaways. This rustic and refined treehouse provides a comfortable treetop retreat. Part glamping, part boutique hotel, this is one fall getaway you won’t soon forget!
87Getaway Treehouse Escape
Atop the trees of the Ozark Forest sits the 87Getaway Treehouse, not far from Mountain View, Arkansas. This glamping treehouse includes a king sized bed, full sized sleeper sofa, and plenty of room. Surrounded by trees everywhere, this is the perfect place to escape and enjoy nature.
Little Red Treehouse
If you haven’t tried fall glamping Colorado is the place to be! With the changing golden leaves of the aspen trees, there’s nothing like it. Little Red Treehouse sleeps 2, so it’s perfect for a romantic weekend. Located in Lyons, Colorado on the way to Rocky Mountain National Park, the tree house has everything you need. The views from this place do not disappoint!
This is one of two glamping treehouses on the same property. One of the best spots for fall glamping, Meadowlark is just 30 minutes from Glacier National Park, and minutes to Whitefish and Columbia Falls, Montana. Situated on five wooded acres, this artistically designed two story treehouse has all the luxury amenities you would want, making for the ultimate fall getaway destination.
Treehouse in Redmond, Washington
If you have ever wanted to go camping in a treehouse, don’t miss this special property. Featured on Treehouse Masters, this magical retreat was built in 2017 by Pete Nelson. Floor to ceiling windows allow for a ton of natural light in this cozy yet luxurious treehouse. A complimentary continental breakfast is served via a 200′ zipline from the main house. Tucked away on 30 forested acres, get away from it all just 10 minutes from Redmond.
Out ‘n’ About Treehouse Treesort
This treesort has seventeen different treehouse rentals! Located in Takilma, Oregon, there’s a main lodge that serves daily breakfast, as well as laundry facilities and a seasonal outdoor pool. We like the Majestree that sleeps six to seven people comfortably. This treehouse sits 47 feet off of the ground and is accessed by stairs and suspension bridges. Sign us up!
One of the coolest things about this glamping treehouse in Canadys, South Carolina, is that you’ll need to canoe or kayak to reach it! Guests paddle down the river to their private accommodations. This is the perfect spot for solitude and it has everything you need for a comfortable stay. Families will love walking on the nearby trails and swimming in the river.
You don’t have to look far to find a great place to stay in nature this fall. Any of these treehouses would be a fun way to stay in the woods without sleeping in a tent. When it comes to glamping Airbnb has a lot of options. Other great places to find treehouse rentals are GlampingHub and VRBO.
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