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Washington is a state with many forests and beautiful natural landscapes that just beg to be explored. Therefore, it’s a fun place to go glamping in a unique structure where you can really immerse yourself in the environment…such as a treehouse! Washington has far more treehouses for rent than most other places, and these amazing properties are scattered all across the state.
Here are some dreamy treehouse rentals in Washington to inspire you.
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Here’s a stunning and luxurious custom-built treehouse that is a perfect romantic getaway in Bellingham. It’s close to hiking and mountain biking and offers 360-degree views in a lovely location. It’s not an Airbnb rental for kids and pets, but it does have a large deck and home movie theater for your enjoyment. Book this rental to be up in the trees and feel nature all around you. The home is located at the top of a bumpy road but you can access it with any car unless there’s a snowstorm. Other features of the space are a kitchen, Wi-Fi, and a 100-inch HDTV with streaming services.
This two-bed treehouse is 18 feet above the ground to immerse yourself in nature. It has a deck, grill, cold running water, small fridge, small oven, and coffee pot. There’s a toilet on the deck with a semi-private wall. Prospective guests should know that accessing the space requires climbing two flights of stairs. You’ll truly be in the wilderness here among wildlife, and the host cabin is about 450 feet away. Pets are allowed here.
The Fort Ebey Treehouse is a unique spot among Douglas fir trees and views of the forest and Lake Pondilla. It is near trails and beaches while also fully equipped with modern amenities. The Pete Nelson-designed treehouse is 500 square feet and completed in 2020. Features include a small kitchen, master bedroom with queen-size bed, TV, and Wi-Fi.
A group of up to six people can stay at this Washington treehouse that’s on stilts and near Lake Cle Elum. This is a Scandinavian-style cabin that is on timber stilts and decorated with modern touches. It has two bedrooms with a queen-size bed in each one. Each closest has a twin-size folding bed on wheels, and there’s even a pack-n-play for little travelers. The treehouse has a high wrap-around deck, fireplace, hot tub, and hiking trails nearby. Book this Airbnb to be in a remote, mountainous area and among wildlife. It’s about an hour and a half drive from Seattle.
Here’s a very popular Airbnb treehouse that gets awesome reviews and feels like a tucked-away oasis. You’ll be overlooking the Salish Sea in a forest and have a sofa bed, recliner, and amazing views. The one-room space is about 121 square feet in size, so there’s no bathroom or sink inside. You’ll use the family home for the bathroom and hot tub onsite. Guests can also use the small fridge, microwave, and dishware outside the main family home. Pets are not allowed here, but the host has a forest studio Airbnb on the same property that does welcome furry friends.
You’ll love this treehouse that sleeps four people and is 280 square feet in size. It’s in the Redmond suburbs and 15 feet off the ground between two fir trees. It’s an ideal spot to get away from busy life in Seattle and have a peaceful escape. Access the space via a spiral staircase and take in the views from the high decks. Children should be supervised at all times. Guests can explore the trails around the front of the property. There is no hot running water or shower, but the treehouse does offer a toilet and sink. It has a fridge, coffeemaker, and toaster too.
You’ll be in a very comfortable, tiny treehouse with this Airbnb rental that has been featured in The Atlantic. It has a full-size bed, mini-fridge, microwave, and stairs that wind around the tree to the porch. Guests use the bathroom in the main house, which is 30 feet from the treehouse. The property is less than 15 minutes from the PDX airport and at the mouth of the Columbia River Gorge. There’s a swimming hole near the property too. This is a pet-friendly treehouse with air conditioning and Wi-Fi too. Overall, the home is right on the river so it feels like a vacation home while being right in town at the same time.
The Emerald Forest Treehouse is very popular on Airbnb and featured on Treehouse Masters after being built by Pete Nelson in 2017. It’s on 30 forested acres of land and comfortably furnished. The home has a 100-screen/projector, Wi-Fi, an outdoor hot shower, and a hot tub. You’ll access the treehouse behind the host’s main home via a 55-foot suspended walkway bridge in the trees. The treehouse has large windows that look out to the forest and a private pond. It also has a kitchenette with a mini-fridge, microwave, and Keurig. The host provides you with continental breakfast via zipline! Up to four people can stay here with an extra charge per person after the first two.
With three open-concept rooms, this Airbnb treehouse has been handcrafted with love and offers a tranquil getaway spot. It has a living room, kitchen, bedroom, and spacious deck with a propane BBQ grill and comfy chairs to enjoy being surrounded by trees. The home has a composting toilet and a year-round, open-air shower next to the outhouse. This is a perfect spot for two people looking for a getaway.
This Airbnb treehouse sleeps two people and is two stories tall among Douglas fir trees. It’s built from local lumber and has two balconies to enjoy the views. The treehouse home comes with a fridge, microwave, coffeemaker, couch, queen-size bed, and bathroom. The host has three other Airbnb rentals on this same property; however, the location is still very quiet and peaceful. You’ll have lake access from here and be on 10 acres of land in Olympia.
Rent this treehouse on Airbnb for up to two people and enjoy a true adventure. It’s 17 feet off the ground and perfect for people who love heights, steps, and epic views. There’s no bathroom inside, but there is a private facility down the stairs with everything you need. Book this property for a unique stay that’s rustic and fun. It’s located in a beachfront spot and comes with HDTV with cable and Netflix, Wi-Fi, and a balcony.
The materials that this treehouse is built with came from a mill near Seattle that was being demolished to make room for high-density housing. It’s a unique spot that is surrounded by wildlife and a stream that turns that waterwheel. The treehouse rental has a full-size Murphy bed, high ceilings, a kitchenette, and a private toilet room with a toilet and sink. You’ll love the cedar deck that’s covered and has seating. Guests can also use the private hot tub by the firepit. It’s on a three-acre property that has two treehouses and the main estate home.
Travelers love the Eagle’s Perch, which sleeps seven people for a glamping experience. There’s no electricity or running water here. And you’ll need to bring your own blankets, pillows, and towels. But you’ll be in a unique octagonally shaped treehouse in the forest and along a spring-fed mountain creek. Dogs are allowed here for a $20 fee per dog, per night. Children are allowed but know that there is no railing around the 13-foot-high deck. Enjoy being among the cedar trees and having 18 acres of property that are open to guests. Howard Miller Park has showers that guests can typically use for a small fee.
In 900 square feet of space, this treehouse sleeps up to six people and has one bedroom, four beds, and a bathroom. It’s a beachfront spot that’s secluded but also 10 minutes from downtown Vashon Island. You’ll also be less than three miles from the ferry that gets you to Seattle. Guests love this place for quick escapes and summer vacations. You’ll have awesome views from the decks on each level and really feel like you’re both up among the trees and on the water.
Enjoy 10 quiet acres of secluded woods for your next celebration or weekend getaway here. This treehouse is about 60 miles from Seattle and on the same property as a nine-bedroom lodge retreat. The treehouse has its own parking spot, as well as a queen-size bed, kitchen, indoor fireplace, and backyard area. There are two state parks nearby and also some local restaurants and a grocery store.
Available for rent on Vrbo, this 225-square-foot treehouse sleeps up to three people and is a cute tiny house in the woods. It is an ideal couple’s retreat and features a small kitchenette, stone fireplace, soaking tub, and HDTV. A small child could sleep in the treehouse’s loft. The property is supported by posts and built on a hill so that you’ll be up among the trees but also just a few feet off the ground. It’s on three acres of land with an open yard space and hiking trails nearby.
Five people can stay in this two-bedroom treehouse that is also a fun getaway spot for couples. It is a rustic rental with a full-size bed, fold-out futon, and loft with another bed upstairs. It also comes with a fireplace, microwave, Keurig, small fridge, and half-bath with a sink and toilet. Treehouse Junction is an awesome place to disconnect and unwind. The host provides a continental breakfast. Keep in mind that you’ll need to bring your luggage up a trail and stairs, so pack light! Children are welcome here but keep an eye on them because there’s a pond and high stairs. It’s fun to bring your boats and kayaks here to enjoy Baker Lake nearby. Raser State Park is close by too.
In 600 square feet of space, this treehouse sleeps four people and is available to rent on Vrbo. It overlooks the Bummi Bay and the San Juan Islands. Features of the space include heated floors, a gas fireplace, gourmet full kitchen, steam shower, queen-size bed, and double bed. It also has Wi-Fi, flat-screen TVs, and an iPod dock. You can visit the nearby farms and fine dining and entertainment at the Silver Reef Casino. Hiking, biking, kayaking, and birdwatching are also popular in this area. You can also hop on the ferry for a 15-minute ride to even more things to do. Pets are allowed with a $50 fee.