Treehouse stays are becoming more and more available as the nature lodging trend continues to grow. These five treehouses will make you swoon over the beauty of the great outdoors, the feeling of being suspended above the ground, and the wonder of the architectural creation it truly is. Give one of these stays a look.
Big Sur, CA
This freestanding, triangular treehouse is luxurious and nature immersive at the same time. This space doesn’t scrimp on amenities. There is a wood-burning fireplace, a walk-in shower, a private deck, mini-bar, and nightly turndown service. There are even star-gazing opportunities through the gorgeous skylight over the bed.
You might call this A-frame treehouse an elevated cabin experience—it sits thirteen feet off the ground in the heart of the forest, plus it offers up a private hot tub, a hammock for relaxing, and cornhole game setup for tech-free entertainment. Hiking trails are convenient and It’s just a quick walk to a river. Sustainability minded guests will be happy to know a portion of each stay supports organizations like The Sierra Club, The Washington Trails Association, and other environmental charities.
Located on the way to Rocky Mountain National Park, this quaint little treehouse accommodates two guests. It boasts a swing, a picnic area, and a pretty pergola to relax under. It is within walking distance of nature trails, river tubing, restaurants, shopping and more. Lyons is roughly twenty minutes from Boulder, where there is much to do and see.
Santa Cruz, CA
This rustic treehouse offers the best of both worlds—sandy beaches and ancient redwood forests. How about a soak in the private hot tub under the trees? This cozy treehouse accommodates four guests with one private bathroom and a kitchen with a small stove and refrigerator. This stay even comes complete with mouse protection—in the form of a resident cat named Grey, who lives on the property outside.
Crane Hill, AL
Among forty acres of forest is where you’ll find this southern gem. About an hour from Birmingham, this treehouse is styled with a boho vibe and includes lake access with paddleboat and canoe use, as well as an outdoor firepit and an indoor electric fireplace. Nature trails are right out your doorstep and morning coffee on the deck provides an opportunity to spot deer. This treehouse was featured in Architectural Digest.