Uninterrupted forest views, the privacy of being sheltered in a canopy of green, and the sheer joy of calling a beautiful treehouse home for a little while. These days, treehouses come in all shapes and sizes, whether it’s an uber modern, multi-level escape filled with custom, modern touches or a rustic off-grid dwelling with only the bare necessities. Whatever you choose, there’s no denying that a little bit of magic exists in treehouse living, even if it’s only for a short stay.
Ready to find the treehouse rental of your dreams? We dove deep to find the best treehouses in every corner of the continental U.S. available for rent. Here are our top 20 picks for th ebest treehouse rentals across the country, divided by region.
Ultra Luxury Treehouse — Remsen, NY
Vibe: Posh Pad
Made with locally-sourced materials, this 1200-square-foot, two-story treehouse rental in the Adirondacks is perched 14 feet above ground. Enjoy plenty of sunshine and amazing views thanks to its glass-fronted facade and open floor plan, and its particularly bougie touches in the form of purple crushed velvet.
The Magical Treehouse — Higley Flow State Park, NY
Vibe: Rustic Escape
This rustic and laid-back cozy treehouse puts you close to miles of hiking and mountain biking trails in the scenic Adirondack region. With minimal amenities (no running water) and no-frills decor, it’s a rugged but cozy getaway.
Carbon-Neutral Treehouse — Sanford, ME
Vibe: Solar-Powered Seclusion
Way downeast in Southern Maine, this carbon-neutral and upscale treehouse has a sprawling wraparound deck, fireplace, private hot tub, and of course, sky-high views all on three private acres. It’s just like the treehouse of your childhood, but a little more luxe.
Seguin Treehouse — Georgetown, ME
Vibe: Private Island Treehouse
On a modest island seven miles out to sea, two separate structures are connected by a rope-plank bridge and south-facing picture windows to bring the outside in. Live out your Lord of the Flies fantasies in this vacation rental while enjoying the whitewashed shiplap walls and fresh seafood.
Willow Treehouse — Willow, NY
Vibe: Lofty Weekend Goals
Hidden within a thick buffer of pines, this sculptural unique treehouse is full of natural light and beautiful modern amenities. Guests can get cozy by the wood stove and take in the views from inside, or crank up the wood-fired hot tub and soak up the fresh air.
Octagonal Treehouse — Great Barrington, MA
Roomy enough for four people, but comfy enough to feel like home for a weekend, this geometric treehouse is an ideal basecamp in the Berkshires. Close to town, trails, and even a nearby ski mountain, go out and explore Western Massachusetts before returning to a roaring fire in front of the mid-century mod fireplace.
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Cypress Valley — Spicewood, TX
Vibe: Bougie Treefort
The rough-hewn, wood-clad treehouses of Cypress Valley are built around the area’s old-growth cypress trees for a truly immersive outdoor experience. Each of their five treehouses vary in shape, size, and amenities, but all of them feature a wraparound deck, large soaking tubs, and a birds-eye view of the creek and ravine below.
Ryder’s Treehouse - Baird, TX
Vibe: Rancho Relaxo
Instead of total seclusion, this Texas treehouse puts you right in the middle of an 800-acre working ranch. The treehouse itself is small and cozy, with a large deck and walkway that hovers above a fully equipped outdoor kitchen. Yeehaw.
Treehouse of Serenity - Asheville, NC
Vibe: Asheville Aerie
In this treetop sanctuary, you can take in the sweeping views of North Carolina’s rugged Blue Ridge Mountains from the comfort of a rocking chair on a porch for a real southern experience. Explore the area and soak up the silence, or take a quick drive down to Asheville’s city center.
Raven Rock Treehouse - Fletcher, NC
Vibe: Treetop Tower
Climb a winding staircase up to this rugged, off-grid oasis high up in the trees for some real nature therapy. The design is rustic and cozy, and the rest is primitive: the kitchen is a propane cookstove, the spigot has only cold water, and your bathroom is a porta potty. Oh yeah, and don’t forget to bring your own bedding.
Camp Wandawega - Elkhorn, WI
Vibe: Prohibition Paradise
This historic property has a long heritage that includes everything from a 1920s speakeasy to a Latvian church camp, and today, you can book a few nights for some R+R at the restored lakeside cabins and treehouse. Settle into Camp Wandawega’s retreat in the Wisconsin hillside and gain access to the whole property for a one-of-a-kind stay.
Luxury Treehouse w Sierra Views - Visalia, CA
Vibe: Modern Luxe
A mix of oversized wood paneling and black steel with a slanted roof gives this California treehouse a sleek, modern style. It has a small deck, indoor fireplace, and shared inground pool that you can enjoy after a day spent in nearby Kings Canyon and Sequoia National Park.
Klickitat Treehouse - White Salmon, WA
Vibe: Alpine Start
This 500-square-foot treehouse is the perfect spot to hideout or find adventure in the Columbia River Gorge Valley. With its mountain views and simple Scandinavian architecture, if it weren’t for the adventure just outside, you might be tempted to stay indoors.
Summit Prairie Treehouse - Tiller, OR
Vibe: Lonesome Lookout
Modeled after US Forest Service fire towers, this remote “treehouse” is outfitted with all the modern amenities you need. Located on 40-acres near the Umpqua National Forest, this site is so popular it’s booked up through 2024!
Heartland Treehouse - Langlois, OR
Vibe: Remote Retreat
Tucked away in a mossy forest, this beautiful designed treehouse is handbuilt between two large fir trees. The real showstopper is the outdoor patio with two tubs built into the large deck to make the perfect place for an amazing soaking experience.
Osprey Treehouse - Stevenson, WA
Vibe: Treetop Escape
A wide douglas fir tree running right through the center blends indoor and outdoor living in the Osprey Treehouse. The octagon dwelling is big enough to sleep up to three people, all tucked away on 30 acres of waterfront property.
Meadowlark Treehouse - Columbia Falls, MT
Vibe: Adventure Hub
Looking for a unique basecamp? With Glacier National Park and Whitefish Mountain a mere 30 minutes away, this two-story, incredible treehouse is exactly that. The vaulted ceilings and spiral staircase make it feel spacious, but there’s plenty of nooks to keep it cozy.
Treehouse Vacation - Larkspur, CO
Vibe: Natural Living
Bright and airy, this inviting treehouse is clad in wood paneling from floor-to-ceiling with large picture windows that show off the mountain views. It’s private aside from some of the livestock that might swing by on this working ranch.