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Treehouse rentals have become one of the hottest trends, and what better way to enjoy Oregon than a stay in one? After all, this state is filled with lush greenery and plenty of trees, not to mention a gorgeous coastline. These dreamy options offer everything from a treehouse in a city oasis to the wine country, beach, and beyond.
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This enchanting treehouse sits on a 20-acre property at the base of Mount Hood, just an hour east of downtown Portland. Visit in every season, with the warmer months ideal for hiking in the nearby Mount Hood National Forest, while winter brings outstanding opportunities for skiing Mount Hood with three ski areas within a 30 to 60-minute drive. The treehouse is entered by climbing a spiral staircase and offers a unique glamping-style experience for up to four guests with a sleeping loft and a queen bed on the main floor. There are also some kitchen appliances like a microwave, mini-fridge, and coffeemaker, along with a composting toilet and cold water sink. Just below is an area for enjoying a fire under the stars, a picnic table, and a gas grill.
Nestled among the trees overlooking the Pacific, the Bluebird House is the place to escape it all, set on a 7-acre property with a farm, forest, and beach. There is no TV or Wi-Fi, but there are empty sands and crashing waves right below, providing an idyllic setting to forget about it all and just enjoy spectacular nature. The host will introduce you to the friendly donkeys on the property if you’d like, while the town of Gold Beach nearby offers shopping, dining, breweries, and more.
Nestled between two massive fir trees that overlook a steep river canyon, the Heartland Treehouse is located 15 miles south of Bandon along the southern Oregon coast. You’ll be able to fall asleep to the sounds of a waterfall while enjoying a secluded stay that provides the perfect escape from the chaos of the modern world. It includes side-by-side tubs for a relaxing soak and a sauna too.
Located just north of the California border, 12 miles outside of Cave Junction near the Oregon Caves National Monument, Redwood National Forest and the Oregon coast, the Peacock Perch is the real deal. It’s actually supported by the trees unlike many others, sitting 18 feet off the ground. It sleeps up to three and includes a queen bed, small single cot and a hand sink with cold running water. The restroom is about 30 feet from the base of the stairs, and you’ll have access to many shared amenities. There’s a small kitchen space with kitchenette basics like a microwave, coffee pot, toaster oven and utensils, along with BBQ grills and propane burners. Guests can also enjoy a common fire pit area with wood supplied and a seasonal outdoor swimming pool fed with fresh river water. Wi-Fi is available in the main lodge.
The Tokin’ Tree is just what it sounds like, a treehouse located on a working cannabis farm that’s 420-friendly and even comes with some complimentary cannabis. A free tour of the garden is offered during the season too. It’s available for up to four guests who are 21 or older only and is an actual treehouse that’s supported by trees, which means it may sway a bit in the wind, but that just adds to the experience. it comes with a toilet and shower, kitchenette items like a mini-fridge, microwave and toaster oven, along with a comfy bed and heaters to keep you cozy and warm.
The perfect treehouse for wine enthusiasts, the Wine Country Treehouse is located in the heart of Oregon wine country, nestled on a small family farm in the Dundee Hills of the Willamette Valley. It’s just 10 minutes from Newberg, providing easy access to boutique restaurants as well as wine tours. The treehouse has a bit of notoriety too in that it was built by Pete Nelson of Animal Planet’s TreeHouse Master and it’s been featured in multiple publications. It offers a tranquil setting that includes an outside sitting area and Spiral Labyrinth, mini-food forest of fruit trees, berry bushes, flowers for birds and pollinators and medicinal herbs. It has a refrigerator, microwave, hot and cold water, while the bathroom is located in the main house with its own outside private entrance.
Enjoy the best of both worlds by staying in a magical treehouse while enjoying access to all the amenities at Taylor Creek Lodge. Guests can enjoy a sauna, hot tubs, a gym, laundry facilities, a bar/kitchen/game room, picnic areas, walking trails, and more. Activities are offered too, including gold panning, nightly bonfires with S’mores, and climbing ropes. The treehouse itself is rather luxurious and overlooks an enchanting waterfall. It has a Smart TV and DVD player, a small kitchenette with a large mini-fridge, a bathroom with a toilet and running water, while the master bedroom has a huge soaking tub and a view of the waterfall.
This treehouse is extra spacious, accommodating four to five guests comfortably with a queen bed, single wide bunk beds, and a small single cot built into the wall. It may be best for a family as the toilet and sink are separated from the room by a thin curtain so that you don’t have to climb down 30 feet in the dark of the night to find a restroom. Getting there is an adventure itself, requiring a climb up three flights of stairs, followed by crossing two suspension bridges and then climbing another seven stairs. But you’ll enjoy a fun base that’s close to many attractions, including the coast, Oregon Caves National Monument, and the Redwood National Forest, with opportunities for hiking, fishing, and rafting nearby.
This seasonal treehouse is right next to a river, providing a fabulous seasonal glamping experience for adults only available during the warmer months of the year starting May 1st. It includes a kitchen/cooking area with a propane stove, a hot water outdoor shower, composting toilet, and a loft with a full-size air mattress. You’ll be able to fall asleep to the sounds of the stream but be aware that there are roosters on the property so you’ll get an early morning wake-up call.
The Majestree is a great pick for larger groups and families, sleeping six to seven guests comfortably. It includes a full bathroom with a shower, sink, and toilet as well as a kitchenette with a microwave, toaster oven, coffeemaker and mini-fridge. It sits 47 feet off of the ground, accessed by stairs and suspension bridges or stairs, located 12 miles from Cave Junction just a short drive from the beautiful Oregon coast and many other popular sites with a wide range of outdoor adventures at your doorstep, including hiking right on the property.
Thanks to its height, this treehouse provides an incredible view of the surrounding mountains from Portland’s highest point. You’ll have to take a one-mile trek to reach it, but it’s worth the reward to enjoy what was called the “Coolest Treehouse in the World” by Conde Nast Traveler, and we agree. You’ll be just a few miles from the city for enjoying all the attractions there while staying in a peaceful setting nestled in a nature preserve with beautiful birds flying by the floor-to-ceiling window. Ideal for a romantic couple’s stay, it accommodates up to two and includes a sitting room with a comfy sofa, a bedroom with a queen-size bed, a private bathroom and a shared laundry room.