If you really want to get off-the-grid for your next vacation adventure, there are a number of epic treehouse masterpieces on Airbnb where you can live out your childhood dreams. Make no mistake though, these grown-up treehouses include lavish perks such as outdoor decks, fireplaces and floor-to-ceiling windows – all while being nestled in forest and woodland landscapes. From jungle dwellings in Hawaii to cozy mountain retreats in Montana, here are our picks for the best treehouse Airbnbs in the United States.
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Named Airbnb’s #1 ‘Most Wish-Listed Property in the World’, this treehouse in Atlanta is like a fairytale. Just minutes from downtown attractions, it’s perfect for two people with its furnished rooms set amongst gorgeous foliage. Featured on the Today Show, Architectural Digest and even Travel + Leisure, the treehouse is noted for the bed with wheels, so you can choose to sleep inside or on the outdoor platform. Best of all, the treehouse is supported by a 165-year-old Southern Short-Leaf Pine tree.
Set in a forest overlooking the Salish Sea, this cozy treehouse Airbnb offers spectacular woodland and bay views. The one-bedroom abode’s biggest highlight is the glass wall and outdoor deck where you can marvel at songbirds, shorebirds and deer roaming around. Enjoy thoughtful touches such as a branch tree as a coat hanger, live edge coffee table and hand-picked artwork. You have access to the family’s home with a kitchen, bathroom and hot tub, while Chuckanut Mountain trails and beaches are a short walk away.
Get back to nature at this whimsical retreat in Columbia Falls, Montana, boasting five wooded acres. Just 30 minutes from outdoor adventures in Glacier National Park and minutes from Whitefish Mountain Ski Resort, you’ll find easy access to outdoor adventures. Climb the spiral staircase and discover 500-square-feet of living space with two outside deck areas, a common area and a full kitchen. As a bonus, there’s even a full bathroom and shower and Tempur-Pedic mattress in the master suite. There’s also two living trees growing through the interior and decks!
This treehouse is located at the summit of Kilauea, just five minutes from Hawaiʻi Volcanoes National Park. The custom-designed treehouse is accessed by a 100-foot path through the rainforest, where two levels of living space include a comfy living room with a flat-screen TV, an outdoor shower, an indoor fireplace and French doors that lead onto the lanai. Enjoy a soak in the cedar hot tub or dine al fresco on the teak table. When you’re ready to explore, there’s plenty of scenic hiking trails nearby.
Head to the West Coast for this 250-square-foot treehouse, which offers a magical experience with two lofts boasting stunning Silicon Valley views. Enjoy the sky-high living with its 14-foot-high deck nestled amongst three sycamore trees, where you can enjoy a glamping experience with its a kitchenette, cooking stove and mini-fridge as well as a fully functioning bathroom. Perfect for traveling friends or families, it can sleep up to four guests, while it’s garden/patio area is the ideal spot to catch sunset views.
One of the most popular treehouses on Airbnb, this peaceful accommodation is located in Tiller, Oregon on 160 acres of private land. Modeled after the Fire Lookout Towers built by the US Forest Service in the 1900s, this modern abode has hot and cold running water, a propane stove, refrigerator, fire pit, vegetable garden, hammock tree and best of all – a secluded wood-fired, spring-fed hot tub. Get off-the-grid and enjoy day trips to nearby Crater Lake, South Umpqua Falls or even Seven Feathers Casino in Canyonville.
You can’t get more peaceful than the surroundings of this secluded willow treehouse in New York, as its nestled amongst the trees and overlooking a small swimmable pond. Only 15 minutes from Woodstock, the cozy nook is perfect for solo travelers or couples who want to spend their time reading, hanging out or cooking dinner. For the ultimate in relaxation, enjoy a soak in the hot tub heated with firewood. TVs are needed here, simply gaze out into the natural setting through the large glass windows.
Embark on a California adventure in this three-bedroom Airbnb near Santa Cruz, which boasts panoramic ocean and forest views from a hammock. Inside the chic treehouse, you’ll discover mid-century furniture and architectural details made of stone and wood, while floor-to-ceiling windows offer you a chance to immerse yourself in the beautiful 1.5 acres of outdoor scenery. When you’re ready to tuck in for the evening, close the elegant sliding doors inspired by Japanese shoji screens. There’s also a cozy living room, study and full kitchen.
Asheville, North Carolina boasts this custom-made treehouse retreat that is set amongst towering white oaks. Take in the rustic vibes as you kick back on the rocking chair on the outdoor patio or whip up a meal in the kitchenette, then watch the sun set over the mountains or try your hand at stargazing from the comfort of your deluxe double-size bed. You’re only 10 minutes from activities in downtown Asheville, and within easy distance of restaurants, grocery stores and a local visitor center.
Ever heard of a tree trunk elevator? This adults-only treehouse is as unique as they come, offering you a chance to live in the trees. Located on five acres surrounded by oak and magnolia trees, it features air conditioning, a gas grill, fire pit, 14-foot ceilings and a hot tub. Marvel at the views from the panoramic window or four-foot skylight, then catch a flick on the flat-screen TV with Netflix or head to the upper deck to relax on the swing chair overlooking the property.
Located on Lago Lomita Vineyards, this California gem is known for its unparalleled views, offering stunning unobstructed vistas of Monterey Bay. Built on giant Douglas fir trees, a staircase leads to a 400-square-foot platform that features a queen-size bed, full bathroom and Wi-Fi. Located high atop the Santa Cruz Mountains, you’re close to San Jose, Capitola Beach and Silicon Valley.
This whimsical treehouse in South Carolina features two connecting treehouse decks with modern perks such as a fireplace and air conditioning, as well as an outdoor shower, spacious deck and swing. Many flock from around the world to experience its peaceful surroundings on 40 acres of untouched forest, where you’ll discover thoughtful touches such as organic, locally roasted coffee and a VIP package with “luxury s’mores” and fun activities. Nearby, you’ll find miles of scenic trails.
Escape to the dense jungle of Hawaii to reach this secluded bamboo treehouse. Located in Fern Forest, it sits on top of 15-foot stilts in the canopy of local flora, with a chance to see lava at Hawaiʻi Volcanoes National Park just 10 miles away. Enjoy your personal paradise with perks such as a hanging bed, bamboo fixtures and a wrap-around lanai with panoramic views of the jungle. The unique bathroom has floor-to-ceiling windows, while natural lighting and solar power means you can enjoy an eco-friendly getaway.
If you’re ready to get off-the-grid and breath in the fresh air, you can immerse yourself in nature at this one-of-a-kind treehouse in Kentucky. You’ll have to take a short hike through the forest to find its secluded location in the Red River Gorge Geological Area, where a pull out sofa offers spectacular views of your natural surroundings. Perks into a seasonal outdoor shower with hot water, while active travelers will enjoy the array of scenic trails that surround the property.
Promising to relieve your stress, this charming treehouse in Vermont is nestled in the woods. It’s within easy access to hiking, boating and local breweries and distilleries, while a cozy hammock is available for those who prefer some secluded time. Local, natural and recycled materials were a priority in the construction of this treehouse, which includes a living room space and deck that overlooks a tranquil stream. After you settle in, sit around the campfire or whip up a meal on the propane campstove.
Sulfur Ridge is Tennessee’s first luxury treehouse, located in the heart of Upper Cumberland a short drive from Cummins Falls State Park, Center Hill Lake and Cookeville’s historic town square. The local Amish built treehouse has a rich history, from its door that dates back to 1848 to the gorgeous 100-year-old stained-glass windows. Modern comforts are featured as well, including a luxury mattress, cast iron clawfoot tub and jukebox. Enjoy a soak in the hot tub or stargazing by the fire pit.
Head to North Carolina for an alluring glamping experience, where you’ll be surrounded by towering pines on a 20-acre farm estate in Concord. Only 40 minutes from Charlotte Airport, this one-bedroom space features hand-crafted furnishings, a queen-size bed and a private deck looking out over the trees. Other perks include air conditioning and heat, a mini fridge and a coffee and tea bar. Enjoy the outdoor dining area with tables, chairs and a propane grill, or take advantage of the seasonal pool, hot tub and fire pit.
Located in the beautiful Santa Cruz Mountains, this Airbnb is a work of art, featuring a live tree growing through its living area. It’s got everything you need with a kitchen, small stove and refrigerator, and there’s a 103-degree hot tub perfect for an evening soak. Offering the best of both worlds, it’s also just a short drive from the famous Pacific Coast Highway that leads to Monterey, Carmel-by-the-Sea and Big Sur.
Located eight miles from Hawaiʻi Volcanoes National Park, this treehouse has 12-foot ceilings and cathedral-style windows to make you feel as if you’re a part of the natural setting. It’s a perfect retreat for adventurous travelers who love hiking to beaches, forests and volcanoes, just eight miles from Hawaiʻi Volcanoes National Park. Surrounded by Hapu’u ferns, orchids and Eucalyptus and guava trees, the treehouse boasts a plant-filled lanai, eight-foot teak Balinese Bale daybed and perch platform bed with panoramic views.
A far reach of what you’d expect in the buzzing area of Miami, this urban oasis and permaculture farm is home to goats, pigs, emus and roosters. Only 15 minutes from South Beach, this treehouse is nestled within a pithecellobium tree and makes you feel as if you’re living in the trees with a beautiful view of the animals. Head out and explore Miami, or spend your days feeding the animals, partaking in farm events or organizing sailing, kayaking or bicycle rentals.