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If you thought that treehouses were just backyard playhouses for little kids, you’d be wrong. You will find unique treehouses built for different purposes throughout Florida, some of which you can stay overnight in. Reach new heights in these one-of-a-kind architectural masterpieces only found in the Sunshine State.
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Ever heard of a tree trunk elevator? This adults-only space is one of the best treehouse Airbnbs in the United States, 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, a 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 in Miami, this 3 level tree house rental is built within a tree and perfect for animal lovers. Perched above a farm with goats, pigs, emus, and chickens, you’ll feel like the real life Swiss Family Robinson.
Escape to nature and spend some time disconnecting at this charming treehouse in Old Town. With room for up to four guests, it’s a great spot to enjoy wildlife watching. Keep your eyes peeled for deer, woodpeckers and Barred owls, then enjoy a campfire at the fire pit, cook your dinner on the grill or make s’mores. When you’re ready to explore, you’ll find opportunities for fishing, swimming and kayaking at nearby Manatee Springs State Park and Fanning Springs.
With a treehouse theme, this tiny house Airbnb in Orlando offers rustic charm at its finest. It’s one of the coolest Airbnbs in Florida, with the completely renovated 1926 carriage house features a queen-size bed and modern amenities such as a kitchenette, flat-screen TV and mini-fridge. Sit by the cozy fireplace or enjoy the fire pit in the backyard area. It offers a prime location in The City Beautiful, just 5 minutes from downtown and 25 minutes to Disney.
This Fort Pierce treetop getaway offers peace and serenity, featuring a private balcony overlooking its sprawling tropical gardens. Inside the two-bedroom property is an upstairs living area with antiques and funky art, while the outdoor shower is available for washing off sand after visiting the beach. With your stay, you’ll have access to complimentary bikes, beach chairs, towels and bodyboards.
Impress your loved one with a couples getaway to this gorgeous treehouse in Saint Cloud for a memorable overnight stay. Its biggest highlight is the full wrap-around deck, while indoors you’ll discover a cozy bedroom with a table and chairs, full bathroom and kitchenette. To access the treehouse you’ll have a choice of stairs or a fixed ladder. Love animals? Horses live on the property, and a fridge full of carrots offers you a chance to stay hello.
A perfect treehouse Airbnb to get away from it all, this property in Naples is private and peaceful. The unique two-story Stilt lake house features a screened balcony overlooking a tranquil pond. Perks include a Keurig coffee maker, Direct TV package and outdoor seating area with a grill, outdoor shower and hammocks. Bicycles are available if you want to explore, as well as a Jacuzzi and fire pit. All this near some of the best beaches in Florida.
Built around an actual tree, this comfy space in Ocala offers a private getaway for two. The adults-only property features a private patio with views of horses grazing in the field below, while a hammock swing, table and chairs are provided for when you’re ready to unplug. There are restrooms/showers by the main house, and there are two Wi-Fi spots on the property
Palm Beach Gardens boasts this luxurious modern treehouse, which is nestled between two pine trees in South Florida. The fully-equipped treehouse features a full bathroom and kitchen, while its biggest highlight is the outdoor porch secluded high in the trees. In addition to a private deck overlooking the pool and hot tub, guests can take advantage of the countertop ice maker, coffee and tea bar and outdoor picnic area with a grill and seating. It’s also set on a small farm where kids will love feeding the animals.
Offering a luxury camping experience, this Kissimmee treehouse boasts a unique bungalow in the trees. After exploring some of Orlando’s top attractions and theme parks, you can recharge in this private paradise in the woods. It features an outdoor deck and seating area with a hammock, while the sun-lit indoor space is a cozy space for two.
Looking for a glamping experience in Florida? The Birdhouse is a popular choice. The treehouse site is unlike any other in Florida with its 360-degree open-air building, which includes three single beds, a rocking chair, charcoal grill and mini-fridge. Wake up to stunning views of the surrounding nature or enjoy a cup of coffee on your river-facing balcony, then spend the day hiking, fishing, swimming or kayaking. You can also visit one of the multiple natural springs by the Suwannee River.
Its hard not to be lured in by the floor-to-ceiling windows at this unique Haines City home. Hidden amongst the tropical Florida foliage is this two-bedroom treehouse, which offers you a chance to escape the city bustle with its sliding wall that transforms the living room into a private space. Fully equipped and with electricity, lighting and plumbing, this luxe hexagon-shaped space has an updated kitchen, flat-screen TV and outdoor deck as well as access to fishing at Lake Marion and scenic biking paths.
Set between Miami Beach and Key West in Cutler Bay, this cozy treehouse boasts a full-size bed and private bathroom. Best of all, you’ll have a free continental breakfast with your stay, including coffee, tea and cereal. Detached from the main house, you can wake up to the sound of chirping birds and enjoy on-site perks such as a Smart TV, Bluetooth speaker and personal AC unit. Outside, there’s a grilling area and fire pit.
Mother Tree, Spirit of the Suwannee Music Park
Stay at this massive 3-story treehouse perched on a 175-year-old live oak overlooking the Suwannee River. The unique Spanish moss traversing the living room and out the ceiling is a bonus.