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Canada is a place filled with forests and stunning natural landscapes that offer endless outdoor adventures. So, it only makes sense that there are some excellent glamping options to get you out into nature and up among the trees! Here are the most dreamy treehouse rentals in Canada to help your imagination run wild.
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Four people can enjoy a lovely stay in this Canadian treehouse that’s on 10-feet stilts. It’s in a forested location and has a panoramic terrace that’s 30 feet off the ground to enjoy the views. This is an eco-friendly treehouse that has modern conveniences, such as a full kitchen, shower, hot and cold water, cooktop and oven, washer and dryer, dishwasher, and high-speed internet. There’s even a home cinema here to enjoy some chill time. The sleeping arrangements are a queen-size bed and single bed in the bedroom, as well as a sofa bed in the living room.
With this Canadian treehouse rental, you’ll be surrounded by western red cedar and Douglas fir trees in a location near the Quesnel River. Known as the Shaky Knees Tree House, it’s perfect for two people and an eco-friendly escape for an unplugged experience. The treehouse has a spacious wrap-around deck, chairs, and hammock to relax outside. There is a full bathroom with hot water and a composting toilet on the main floor. It also comes with a kitchen that has a hot air popper and popcorn for a fun treat.
You’ll love glamping in this Canadian treehouse that can sleep up to four people and is surrounded by small villages and the countryside. It’s a rustic place without running water or Wi-Fi. However, there is a portable shower under the trees and a rustic sink and toilet under the small house. the ground floor has a kitchen and living area. There is a free-roaming dog and farm animals on the land here. You might even hear a coyote and birds to add to the rustic charm of the place.
Perfect for two people, this tiny and rustic treehouse is at the end of a one-mile footpath and has a sleeping platform, wood stove, porch, and hammock. You’ll also get a campfire pit with a grill on the riverbank when you stay here by yourself or with one other person. There is no plumbing, electricity, or Wi-Fi here. So, come here ready for a backcountry camping-style adventure that involves carrying whatever you need down the trail to access the space. Some basic kitchen items are provided by the host. Also, there is an outside shower at the farmhouse during the warm months and an electrical outlet to charge your phone on the patio.
Here’s a treehouse-style vacation rental that’s actually a tiny 100-square-foot cabin that overlooks Pender Harbour. Many people feel like they’re in a treehouse when they stay here even though it’s technically situated on the ground and just nestled among the trees. The host will provide guests with breakfast for a small additional cost. Guests can use the hot tub and large common room when they stay here. The rental comes with a double-size Murphy bed, bar fridge, microwave, hot water in the outdoor shower, and a two-piece private washroom.
Guests rate this Airbnb treehouse very highly when they’re looking for a place to connect with nature in Nova Scotia. This is a tranquil place for two people that comes with a lower deck, swing, two-person kayak, and paddleboard. You can go ziplining here for a small fee. There’s no bathroom in the treehouse, but there is an outhouse along the path. The treehouse sits 16 feet high and is built on four trees.
A great Nova Scotia treehouse option is the Bear’s Den, which sleeps two people and is available year-round. It’s a quiet place with hunting and fishing nearby, as well as kayaking, canoeing, and ATV trails. Guests should bring their own water for washing and drinking because there is no running water here. The bathroom facility is an outhouse. The treehouse is located on a 100-acre wooded property near the North Branch of the LaHave River. It’s also about 25 minutes from Mahone Bay and 10 minutes from New Germany.
Available for rent on Vrbo, here’s a treehouse that’s 500 square feet in size and that sits on 300 acres of forested land. On this land, you’ll find 11 miles of mountain biking trails, 9 miles of cross-country skiing trails, and 11 ponds. The treehouse offers a kitchen, bathroom with shower, and bedroom loft. People stay here when they want to check out the lakes, horseback riding, fishing, skiing, golf courses, and winery nearby. It’s a very private place to stay for two people, and pets are welcome here also.
Large groups of up to 10 people can enjoy this unique and highly rated Airbnb treehouse. It has four bedrooms, six beds, and 2.5 baths. The space spans four levels and has a bathhouse. The host provides scones and organic free-range eggs for guests. The power and hot water are generated right here on the property, and the property is 15 minutes from the nearest grocery store. Guests have cell reception and Wi-Fi here. You’ll need to walk outside to reach the bathroom facilities, and additional rental properties are also located onsite. The lodge is a separate building as well with a combined kitchen/living/dining room. Book this Airbnb to be on a hobby farm and for a true glamping experience.
This popular Airbnb rental is a treehouse in Ontario for up to three people (two adults and one child over age three). It’s a two-story treehouse built on eight pine trees and that overlooks a ravine. The treehouse is more than 1,000 feet from the road and 10 feet off the ground. It has a queen-size bed, fold-out mattress, basic kitchenette, and bathroom with a shower. Restaurants and grocery stores are within a five-minute drive from here.
You can enjoy the Laurentians region when you stay in this rental property surrounded by lakes, trails, fishing, swimming, and cross-country skiing. Two adults and two children can stay here because there’s a double bed and two benches that can form a bed. The host can provide rental sheets, blankets, towels, snowshoes, and a canoe for extra fees. There is no running water here. However, you will have an outdoor shower in the summer, solar electricity, an outdoor toilet, and wood heating.
This off-grid treehouse is 14 feet above the ground among the pine trees. It has a wood-burning stove, hammocks, and nature hikes all around the vicinity. The treehouse is modern with new finishes and totally off the grid. It comes equipped with an outhouse, outdoor grill, coffeemaker, hammocks, board games, and bonfire pit. There is an art studio cabin on the property with works created by the artist who lives onsite. Prospective guests should know that there is no running water in the treehouse but that there is a composting toilet in the outhouse and water in the sauna for rinsing off. This is one of the rare pet-friendly treehouses in the area, so bring your pup along.
Up to four people can stay at this treehouse in Quebec and enjoy being in the middle of a forest. It is situated on seven million square feet of private land and is between Quebec City and Trois-Rivières. This is an awesome place to go glamping in a small and cute mini-house. It’s a three-minute walk from the parking area and does not come with running water or electricity. The bedroom has a double-size bed and sofa bed for sleeping arrangements.
Live life up among the trees with this Airbnb rental that’s built on seven trees and on a large platform five meters high. This is an eco-friendly retreat with a deck, balcony overlooking the pond, and views of wildlife and the mountains. Pets are welcome with host approval and a $30 per day fee. This is an ideal space for couples because it’s romantic and relaxing.
The Coach House Treetop Escape sleeps two people and is situated on 2.5 acres of land. It’s a glamping spot with a double bed, Wi-Fi, and fireplaces. The hosts live in a Victorian home on the property, and guests here use the half-bath in the onsite yoga studio. There is also a two-bedroom, one-bath rental on this same property. You’ll enjoy views of the stars at night while enjoying the peace and quiet. You can book a yoga session or Indian head massage in advance. There’s also a firepit here for guests to use. From the treehouse, you can walk to the grocery store, community center, library, and more.