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Unique Tree House Hotels & Resorts For Your Next Vacation

Updated on August 18, 2014

Stay in a tree house on your next trip

Are you ready to try something a little different on your next vacation? How about staying in a tree house? It's adventurous and fun and lets you get in touch with nature without having to roll your sleeping bag out on the ground. We've listed some really great treehouse rentals and resorts that range from rustic to downright fancy.

Out 'n' About Treesort in Takilma, Oregon

This treehouse resort has it all!

The Out 'n' About Treesort in Takilma, Oregon has 14 rental treehouses that range from fairly spartan to pretty darn nice. Some feature restooms, clawfoot tubs, and microwaves.

You can take treehouse building classes, participate in arts & crafts, swim in the pool, and go horseback riding.

This truly is either camping on steroids or really, truly a resort where you just happen to sleep up in the trees.

Out 'n' About Tree House Resort

Treehouse Treesort LLC & Treehouse Institute

300 Page Creek Rd.

Cave Junction, OR 97523

Telephone: 541-532-2208

Hana Lani Treehouses on Maui, Hawaii

Treehouses of Hana, Maui

I've actually stayed in one of these. It cost every bit as much as the condo we'd stayed in before and, although we were eaten alive by mosquitoes, I don't have any regrets at all!!! How often do you get to sleep in a treehouse in the jungles of Hawaii? These had a bit of a "Swiss Family Robinson" feel, with multiple levels and beds with mattresses. It was a rustic experiece - a bit like camping.

We took outdoor showers - which we loved. These even had outdoor restrooms.

Hana Lani Treehouses

P.O. Box 389

Hana, Maui, HI 96713

For reservations:

Call: 808-248-7241


Ultimate Treehouses - by David Aaron Clark

Ultimate Treehouses
Ultimate Treehouses

There's something magical about a cabin set among tree branches. It excites adults and tempts children away from sedentary pursuits to a world of outdoor fantasy. Treehouses come in all shapes and sizes, from a simple deck in the sky to an elaborate complex of interconnecting structures far above the ground. They can be romantic, luxurious, or designed for entertaining friends. This engaging book contains some of the most interesting examples from around the world, and also features a wide range of interiors, designed for various functions. It's an invaluable source of lofty ideas for anyone contemplating a move up-into the trees.


Edisto River Treehouses in South Carolina

Paddle through gorgeous South Carolina to these treehouses

We were thinking about staying here on our upcoming anniversary trip but then we read that you'll probably see alligators as you kayak to the treehouses. Hmmmm...gators. Maybe we'll just stay at a hotel. But these look great with kitchens, futons, grills, and a deck.

Located in Canadys, South Carolina - approximately 90 minutes from Savannah, Georgia or Columbia & Charleston, South Carolina.

For more information:

Edisto River Tree Houses

Carolina Heritage Outfitters

Location: Highway 15, Canadys, SC 29433

Mailing address: 1 Livery Lane, St. George, SC 29477

Phone: 843-563-5051.

The Original Treehouse Cottages in Eureka Springs, Arkansas

These are upscale tree house accommodations and most cannot accommodate children. Treehouses without kids - how weird is that? But these have Heat/AC, kitchens, gas grills, and irons & ironing boards. Ironing boards!?! This might be a little too fancy-schmancy for the likes of me.

The Original Treehouse Cottages

165 W. Van Buren

Eureka Springs, AR 72632

For Reservations:

Call: 479-253-8667


Treehouses of the World Wall Calendar

Treehouses of the World 2014 Calendar
Treehouses of the World 2014 Calendar

You can enjoy these tree houses all year long - even if you don't get to spend a single night out in the limbs and leaves. This 16-month calendar features thirteen of the most amazing structures and stories from Pete Nelson's newest book "New Treehouses of the World".



Legendary folk singer Joan Baez has a treehouse in a 200-year-old oak tree at her home in California. She had it built without walls so she could sit and watch birds and stars. Rumor has it that she even sleeps in it from time to time.

Disney's Saratoga Springs Resort Tree House Villas
Disney's Saratoga Springs Resort Tree House Villas

Treehouse Villas at Disney's Saratoga Springs Resort & Spa

Stay in a treehouse at Walt Disney World Resort - what could be more perfect?

Disney is rebuit their treehouse villas. The originals were built in 1975 but sustained a lot of damage in Hurricane Charley. The damaged treehouse villas were being torn down and beautiful new, smaller treehouses were built in their place. There are 60 units - including handicap accessible units - available as part of the Saratoga Springs / Disney's Vacation Club property.

About the 3-bedroom Treehouse Villas:

--- 3 Bedrooms - sleeps up to 9 people

--- 1, 074 square ft.

--- 1 queen bed in the master bedroom

---1 queen bed in the the 2nd bedroom

---Set of bunkbeds in the 3rd bedroom

---queen-sized sleeper sofa & 1 sleeper chair in the living room

--- 2 bathrooms, with a whirlpool tub in the master bathroom

---Full Kitchen with coffee maker, dinnerware, glassware, flatware, pots & pans, microwave, toaster, stove, refrigerator, and dishwasher.

--- Luandry area with stacked washer & dryer

---Private deck

Prices vary from about $545 t0 $1000 USD per night, depending on the season.

Contact me at 877-815-6515 about this or any other Disney resort vacation reservation.

Free Spirit Spheres on Vancouver Island, Canada

Free Spirit Spheres

Qualicum Beach, BC


Two unique handcrafted spheres suspended from trees by ropes...this is not your usual tree house. The setting in British Columbia is absolutely beautiful. You must be age 16 or older to stay in one of the spheres; no pets allowed. Rates begin at $125 per night.

For more information,

Free Spirit Spheres, Inc.

Phone: 250-757-9445


Would you like to know more about these spheres?

In The Company of Trees
In The Company of Trees

The tree is no longer considered just as a resource. For more and more people, it has acquired a special meaning. In Canada, some want to live in trees, while others want to climb or adventure in them just for the fun of it. Is it simply a return to nature? Childhood nostalgia? To shake the status quo? Perhaps it's a spiritual quest? Spend an hour with us between heaven and earth, as we embark on several paths to discover the world of those who love the company of trees!


Tree House Trivia...

In the Lord of the Rings trilogy by J.R.R. Tolkien, Galadhrim is an elfin city set in the Mallorn trees.

Treehouse Point in Issaquah, Washington

Traditional look for treehouse purists.

Pete and Judy Nelson (see the book and calendar on our resourse list below) have created a wonderful setting for treehouse lovers. These are beautiful and comfortable settings with rates from $110 - $215 per night. You can do more than just perch on a branch like an owl though - Treehouse point offers House Concerts, TreeHouse Building Workshops, Cooking Classes and other such events inclduing the Global TreeHouse Symposium every September. They even host weddings here.

Located in the Snoqualmie Valley

Tree House Point

6988 Preston-Fall City Rd SE

Issaquah, WA 98207


Vertical Horizons Treehouse Paradise in Cave Junction, Oregon

Beautiful and unique bed and breakfast

Have you noticed how many treehouse resorts are based in the Pacific Northwest? There's a reason for that - the trees here are majestic and strong and the climate is mild. It's perfect for anyone who wants to leave the daily grind for a chance to dwell in a tree, at least for awhile. Your stay includes breakfast prepared by a gourmet cook.

Vertical Horizons - Treehouse Paradise

PO Box 381

Cave Junction, OR 97523

Phone: 541-592-4751


Treehouse Book - by Candda Collins

Treehouse Book
Treehouse Book

Other than a few pages at the back of the book nominally on how to build your own treehouse (including computer graphic visualizations!) this is a picture book, beautiful photography of about two dozen most impressive treehouses. From a high-tech hideaway through castles in the trees and a few modest rooms, there's a good range of treehouse pictures.


Tree House Trivia....

The Medici family (Renaissance era / Italy) commissioned opulent tree houses in their gardens near Florence, including one with a working fountain.


Cedar Creek Treehouse at Mt. Rainier, Washington

Here's another "No kids / No pets" treehouse in the Pacific Northwest but all you young lovers with Swiss Family Robinson or Tarzan fantasies can find fulfillment in this rather remarkable treehouse that's 50 feet up in a 200-year old Western Red Cedar tree in Washington. Al Gore can fly his private jet over to Washington and feel good about the fact that the lights in this treehouse are solar powered. There is a propane heater, gass stove, sink, and icebox. There's also a toilet in the bathroom but there isn't a shower. (The owner carries water up to the treehouse daily.) The setting is natural and beautiful.

One really impressive element here is the 80-foot spiral staircase you climb to get to get to the treehouse - it's pretty remarkable with each revolution around the tree taking you 8 feet closer to your goal. You can see photos on their website.

This treehouse comes with an treehouse observatory that is way, way, way up in the air that you reach via a Rainbow Bridge. You'll be singing "On a clear day...You can see forever..." from this vantage point. The Rainbow bridge is a suspension bridge that hangs on two cables about 90 feet above the round.

This treehouse has been featured in numerous magazines and television travel segments.

Rate: $300 per night with a two night minimum.

Cedar Creek Treehouse at Mt. Ranier

PO Box 204

Ashford, WA 98304

Phone: 360-569-2991


Treehouses - By Paula Henderson


As children's hideaways, ornamental garden features, spiritual retreats, and even as offices, studios, and full-time homes, treehouses provide places of isolation, independence, and imagination where one can literally rise above the demands of daily life. Here, architect Adam Mornement and historian Paula Henderson explore extraordinary aeries past and present, from the treehouse-dwelling tradition of South Sea hunter-gatherers to the Green Magic eco-treehouse resort in Kerala, India; from Normandy’s 400-year-old chapel-in-the-oak to the tree nests and tree tunnels that movie star John Malkovich created for his children; from treehouses in literature to the ecologically sustainable dwellings built from modern technology that will be the treehouses of tomorrow's world. Engaging, thoroughly researched, and packed with hundreds of fabulous photographs and illustrations, Treehouses is destined to become the classic reference work on this magical subject.

Lothlorien Woods Hide-A-Way Tree Houe Inn in Snowden, Washington
Lothlorien Woods Hide-A-Way Tree Houe Inn in Snowden, Washington

Lothlorien Woods Hide-A-Way Treehouse Inn in Snowden, Washington - near White Salmon, WA.

Are you starting to wonder if there is anyone in the Pacific Northwest who does not live in a tree?

The Lothlorien treehouse is impressive with lots of great amenities including a hot tub on the deck. A circular staircase takes you up to the private master bedroom with a full-sized bed. The main floor of the tree house has a full kitchen and a sitting room with a full-size sleeper sofa. This would make a unique destination for a honeymoon. Children under age 12 are permitted but only with prior permission. Dogs may also be permitted whit prior permission - dog policy & deposit appplies This location has a strict no smoking policy both at the treehouse and on the grounds.

Rates from $135 Per Night

Lothlorien Woods Hide-A-Way

222 Staats Rd

Snowden, WA 98672

Phone: 1-503-281-9888

Reservations Email:


The Treehouse Suite at Fernie Castle

Amazing storybook treehouse in Fife, Scotland

Me and you and a tree house castle for two!

You really should check out the website - even if you never plan to sleep in a tree. This tree house is like something from a George McDonald book and is simply incredible! Better yet, it is on the grounds of the Fernie Castle Hotel, which is a real 450 year old castle. This beautiful tree house has a king bed, double doors, and a green claw foot bathtub!!!! It's whimsical and delightful and way better than staying at some stupid old luxury hotel. I'm pretty sure that this is where hobbits honeymoon....affluent hobbits because this castle in the sycamores will set you back 445.00 - 495.00 English pounds per night; you'll have to figure out the exchange rate yourself. But the rate does include a 1/2 bottle of Champagne (the Keebler elves drank the other half of the bottle whilst making cookies), chocolates, fruit, soft drinks, biscuits, Continental Breakfast, Breakfast Tea, Coffee, and dinner in The Fernie Castle. Sadly, I'm afraid this just isn't in my budget and I'll never know the joys of taking a bath in a green bathtub in the trees.

Dear Fernie Castle people,

Please don't hesitate to invite me to come spend a complimentary night in your tree house if you happen to notice that you're getting a lot of bookings due to this website. I promise not to joke about hobbits or Keebler elves while I'm there!

Fernie Castle Treehouse Suite.

Letham, by Cupar, Fife, KY15 7RU Scotland

Telephone: 01337810381 / Fax: 01337 810422


No kids or dogs allowed.


The Tree House at Highland Haven Creekside Inn in Evergreen, CO

"850 square feet of romantic luxury in the trees"

Here's another faux-treehouse -a bi-level suite built on stilts between two 60 foot blue spruces. If you can picture a miniature ski lodge from an upscale Colorado ski resort town nestled in the branches, you'll probably have a pretty accurate mental image of this structure - a look that the owners call "Colorado Chic".

Some of the finer points include:

* multi-colored glass chandelier over the king bed,

* custom iron and stone fireplace,

* a two person steam shower

* Petrified wood vanity sink in the bathroom

* Wet bar with teak root sink

* Antique staqined glass from a Denver mansion

* The tree house was built using sustainable materials and meets Energy Star's highest rating.

The Highland Haven Creekside Inn is located in Evergreen, Colorado which is nested in the foothills of the Colorado Rockies, 30 minutes west of Denver, and the tree house provides a lovely view of Bear Creek. A really fantastic breakfast is included with your stay. The Tree House is just one of the options here - you can also choose from cottages, Luxury Suites, Junior Suites, and Guest rooms. Sunday - Thursday: $475 per night / Friday & Saturday: $550 per night.

Highland Haven Creekside Inn

4395 Independence TRail

Evergreen, Colorado 80439

Phone: 303-674-6577 / 800-459-2406


Colorado Cravings: Recipes and Romance - Cookbook by Gail Riley, owner of the Highland Haven Creekside Inn

Colorado Cravings: Recipes and Romance
Colorado Cravings: Recipes and Romance

Breakfast at the Highland Haven Creekside Inn is a real treat. Innkeeper/owner Gail Riley has written this cookbook, letting you reproduce and enjoy these great recipes at home.


Tree House Trivia...

The Roman emperor Caligula was said to have a tree house on his estate in Velitraee that could seat 15 people for special banquets while being entertained by jugglers and acrobats.

Outa the Woods Treehouse in British Columbia

Rental Season: April - November

This is a really neat treehouse in the East Kootenays of British Columbia, Canada. It's build on seven trees and has carvings, handmade spiral staircases, and two decks. The treehouse has two balconies, propane kitchen, a bathroom with bath, hot & cold water, and solar powered lights. Maximum of 4 adult guests - no smokers and no pets allowed. $150 per night for two.


Outa the Woods Tree House

Mike & Debbie Zamara

6047 Lang Road (Mayook Valley)

Wardner, British Columbia

V0B 2J0

Please email to book a reservation:

Phone: 250-429-3050

The Canopy Treehouses in Australia

Formerly known as "Fur 'n' Feathers Rainforest Treehouses"

These aren't technically "tree houses" - they are built on poles, instead of in trees - and I really debated about including them on this list - in the end, the rainforest setting won out, earning this unique resort a place on this list. The Canopy Treehouses is a unique Australian accommodation and wildlife experience. Set in 100 acres of ancient rainforest located on the Cairns Highlands on the banks of the Ithaca River, this eco rainforest resort blends award winning luxury accommodation with a passionate regard for environmental and wildlife principles. The five luxury timber and glass treehouses are totally and completely private. Each 2 bedroom Treehouse boasts furniture crafted from our own rainforest timbers, a gas barbeque and hammock on the spacious balcony ,a fabulous double corner spa, wood fireplace and full gourmet kitchen, fluffy bathrobes and slippers, hand-made soaps, washing machine and dryer, IDD telephone, internet outlet, DVD and TV. They comfortably sleep two to six people.

2 Nights Minimum stay / $319- - $349 per night (varies by season).

Location: Scenic 90 minute drive from Cairns, Austraila

The Canopy - Rainforest Treehouses and Wildlife Sanctuary

Phone : +61 7 4096 5364

Fax : +61 7 4096 5380

Email :

Address : Hogan Road, Tarzali,

Queensland, Australia.


Treehouse Chronicles: One Man's Dream of Life Aloft - By S. Peter Lewis

Treehouse Chronicles: One Man's Dream of Life Aloft
Treehouse Chronicles: One Man's Dream of Life Aloft

This is the story of what happens when big people decide to be kids again and they have tools and lumber. A beautifully written tale about building an elaborate two story treehouse in the Maine woods, Treehouse Chronicles is reflective and insightful, and carries the reader along as a dream is made real. We meet the author's family, and friends, and a squirrel with an attitude, and you will be captivated by this poignant and humorous story of process, a house is hung in the sky. Packed with over 180 spectacular photographs, evocative watercolors, and line drawings, this book is simply delightful.


More on treehouses....

If you love treehouses, you'll enjoy these.

Tree House Trivia....

The Korowai people of New Guinea live in very high tree houses - some are as high as 130 feet off the ground.

The Simpsons - Treehouse of Horror DVD - Lots of laughs, if less than lofty thoughts!

Have you ever stayed at any of these treehouses? Please tell us about your experience.

Do you know of other treehouses for vacationers? Tell us about them.

Which of these treehouses looks like the most fun to you?

Tell us about your Treehouse experiences! - Do you know of any other treehouses for rent?

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      4 years ago

      In Australia, there a great tree house in the Blue Mountains! one of the stand out houses in these parts. Thanks for sharing and compiling these fantastic tree houses!

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      5 years ago

      This is one of the coolest lens I have seen! great information and it looks like it would be so much fun to stay in a tree house hotel! I definitely want to do this some day! Thanks for putting all of the info together! :)

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      Max Globe 

      5 years ago

      My childhood friend had a treehouse and I always envied him. Now I remembered why) Thanks for the tips and for an extraorinary lens!

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      5 years ago

      Wow! I would love to stay in a tree house hotel. Great lens

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      observant trave 

      5 years ago

      wow !!! thanks for the lovely lens, it reminded me of one of the lovely tree house i have stayed in during my kashmir ladakh travel

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      5 years ago

      So Cool. I want one. Nice lens

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      EliasZanetti LM 

      5 years ago

      Never lived in a treehouse before but that would be interesting. Good lens!

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      Cynthia Haltom 

      5 years ago from Diamondhead

      I love tree houses, but I have never had a tree big enough for one.

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      Jeph Maystruck 

      5 years ago from Regina, SK

      I really want to stay in a tree hotel one of these years. Cool lens mate!


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      Country Sunshine 

      5 years ago from Texas

      I've never stayed in a tree house, but it looks like great fun!

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      6 years ago

      Hmmm...great idea!

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      6 years ago

      That place looks awesome wish I was there I love a window with a view and I also love camping and the outdoors so tree houses would be ideal holiday for me I would feel so comfy .

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      Judith Nazarewicz 

      6 years ago from Victoria, British Columbia, Canada

      Love the idea of a tree house vacation!

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      6 years ago

      Back to bless this.

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      6 years ago

      Back to bless this.

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      6 years ago

      Ohh i want one

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      Brian Stephens 

      6 years ago from France

      I have never stayed in a tree house, but we are planning a trip to Australia in about a year and the tree house looks really intriguing and a little different. My wife has already said, what about the spiders though, so I guess we would need to check out that situation first. Nice lens.

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      6 years ago

      Fun creative lens! Angel Blessed.

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      6 years ago

      Honestly? I do believe I am ready for a Treehouse ... might like one in Costa Rica!

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      6 years ago

      These are all amazing! Next time I go to Disney, I'll be clicking that link of yours.

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      6 years ago

      Waaw, amazing lens! I would like to stay one night in one of those treehouses.

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      Loulie LM 

      6 years ago

      What a fun lens. We saw the treehouses when we were on the Road to Hana. Beautiful and serene, in the heart of the outdoors... Paradise! I would love to stay in one sometime. Better yet, I'd love to HAVE one in my backyard! :)

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      6 years ago

      Lol, for those of us who never really grow up. Cool idea.

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      6 years ago from U.S.

      Wow! These are awesome!

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      6 years ago

      I've never stayed in a treehouse, but I wouldn't count it as a treehouse unless it was actually built in a tree. It's hard to choose a favorite here. So many of them look awesome. Great lens! Very interesting.

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      6 years ago

      Fantastic luxury and getting back to being Tarzan !!

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      6 years ago

      Luxury treehouse weekends away, fantastic, get back to nature (obviously though with a bit of luxury)

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      6 years ago

      That's so cool. I would love to stay in a Treehouse for a couple of days.

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      6 years ago

      Awesome lens, chosen for my $1 and a dream quest!

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      GOT LM 

      6 years ago

      Nice tree houses!

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      6 years ago

      I have never heard of staying in a treehouse - great lens!

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      6 years ago

      This is just awesome. The kids have been begging to stay in the 'treehouse hotel' at Disney World. One day we will!

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      6 years ago from McLaughlin

      I never knew there were this many treehouses I could stay in! Thanks!

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      6 years ago

      What a fun idea!

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      6 years ago

      What a cool idea! I never thought about staying in a tree house. Fun lens

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      Fantastic Voyages 

      6 years ago from Texas

      I've always thought it would be fun to stay in a treehouse! I didn't realize there were so many options available. Thanks for all the info!

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      6 years ago

      I just love the tree houses. Renting would be nice and having one of my own would be even better! :)

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      Sharon Berry 

      6 years ago from Michigan

      Who wouldn't want to vacation in a treehouse! Awesome! I didn't know you could actually rent one.

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      6 years ago

      A vacation in a treehouse, awesome

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      6 years ago from Maryland

      How fun it would be to stay in a treehouse! These are awesome!

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      6 years ago

      These tree houses are amazing!!!

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      6 years ago

      how you find all those tree houses...awesome

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      6 years ago you find all those tree house...awesome

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      Marcel White 

      6 years ago

      A vacation in a treehouse is something I never considered as a possibility. Now I changed my mind and am asking to myself: Why not? Thanks for widening my horizons.

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      6 years ago

      Looks like our next vacation will be in the 'trees'

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      6 years ago

      LOVE the idea of a vacation in a treehouse.. so cool. Angel blessed.

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      6 years ago

      I love this houses! great lens! :)

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      Rusty Quill 

      6 years ago

      Very cool and very unique - you should definitely add this suggestion to my family vacation lens! :)

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      Bob Zau 

      6 years ago

      count me in, i'd live in a tree anyrday.

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      6 years ago

      It would be SO cool to spend a vacation in a tree house. Absolutely love the storybook tree house. =)

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      Ken McVay 

      6 years ago from Nanaimo, British Columbia

      Fascinating! Blessed for amazing and useful content!

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      6 years ago

      I didn't know these existed! I think the one in Hawaii looks like great fun. Thank you for sharing the information with really good pictures and facts.

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      7 years ago

      I'd like to try living in a treehouse. I feel like I'm very close with nature. Tarzan, is that you? Haha! Very nice lens!

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      7 years ago

      Great Fun!

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      7 years ago

      This lens is completely awesome , thanks!

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      7 years ago

      i love this lens! i always wanted a treehouse even when i was small.


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      7 years ago

      We stayed once in a treehouse in Khao Sok national park in Thailand. It was probably a bit more rustic and "natural" than the ones listed here - but what an experience! Loved it!

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      7 years ago

      Wow! I love treehouses :)

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      7 years ago

      Wow, these treehouses are amazing. I must try at least one, they tick all my boxes.

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      7 years ago

      This is so neat! Loved this lens. Thumbs up!

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      Pam Irie 

      7 years ago from Land of Aloha

      I go to Maui once a month for work, but I've only driven the long road to Hana once. I didn't know they had a treehouse there, but I imagine the view is spectacular and well worth the drive.

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      7 years ago

      so pretty all the tree houses are from inside .. an unimaginable décor in such sechuled area very pretty and excited....

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      7 years ago

      More treehouse trivia - Joan Baez fell out of that treehouse in her backyard last year and was briefly treated and released from the hospital. (Wouldn't you hate to be so famous that every simple mishap you ever made was reported by the media?)

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      7 years ago

      Wow this is very cool !

      I didn't know that there is places like this

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      Renaissance Woman 

      7 years ago from Colorado

      A treehouse without the mosquitoes sounds like my kind of fun. I'm thinking the Outa the Woods treehouse looks like a great one to try. Mt. Rainier is a bit pricey, but looks very nice. Thanks for the leads! If I had the right trees, I'd be building my own. :-)

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      7 years ago

      Tree house hotels. Wow! now that I read your lens I want to stay in one.

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      7 years ago

      No, but I wish to!

      thanks for sharing:)

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      7 years ago

      Very cool lens! I enjoyed reading about the different resorts that offer tree houses to stay in!sniffs

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      7 years ago

      Thanks for the comment! Have to say your lens is very nicely build :) Here is my lense about how to build a treehouse :

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      eLightSpot LM 

      7 years ago

      I am building a tree house right now. I just wrote a lens on it. Can you guys come by and leave me some feedback to help me out in my process?

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      7 years ago

      These tree houses are way too fun not to visit. I have always been intriqued by tree houses even as a kid. Thanks for sharing such a lovely lens.

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      Pete Schultz 

      7 years ago

      All of these tree houses look like a fun kids, we built a platofrm big enough for three kids, and it had walls and a roof, but I think it was a "fort" not a tree house. Cool lens. Thanks.

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      7 years ago

      Living in a tree house is like a dream come true. I have heard of tree houses but never lived in them.

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      Dianne Loomos 

      8 years ago

      I had never heard of tree house resorts. These look pretty cool.

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      8 years ago

      What a fantastic idea. Some of them look really nice.

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      Indigo Janson 

      8 years ago from UK

      Do you know, I've never stayed in a treehouse and thought it was a wonderful but rather exotic idea. I was amazed when I saw one of the treehouses you feature here is just along the road from me! Just goes to show, sometimes you don't know what is on your own doorstep!

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      8 years ago from Canada

      Well the Cedar Treehouse looks spacious enough for me.

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      8 years ago

      These treehouses sound like very cool places for a vacation!

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      8 years ago

      Sounds like a great vacation, back to nature with a warm and private place to retreat to at night.

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      8 years ago

      I like the idea of staying in a tree-house. In India - Kerala has some beautiful tree-top houses.

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      Vicki Green 

      8 years ago from Wandering the Pacific Northwest USA

      I've never stayed overnight in a treehouse,but I've always been fascinated by them and would love to have one of my own. Great lens!

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      8 years ago

      I've never experienced it, but I would love to!

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      8 years ago

      Came close to booking the Takilma treehouse for part of my honeymoon trip, but couldn't work it in. I would love to stay at one of these on a future trip!

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      8 years ago

      Sooooooooooo Coooooooooool !

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      8 years ago

      I never thought about staying in a just seems like it wouldn't be comfortable! Great lens!

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      8 years ago

      Great Lens..... love to travel there one day..Thank you from Mayberry Nc

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      8 years ago

      Great lens. I love tree houses. Be neat to stay in one for a while.

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      8 years ago

      Hey this could be a honeymoon or anniversary treat to stay in a treehouse!

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      Carolan Ross 

      8 years ago from St. Louis, MO

      oh MY what FUN! I stayed in a treehouse resort in Jamaica once upon a time. It was in Negril - wish I could remember the exact name... pretty sure treehouse was in it so maybe easy to search. An all-inclusive resort, smaller than many but also more affordable - across the road from the beach. LOVE this unique collection of treehouses you've created here, wondering about climbing all those stairs...? but worth the climb I'd suppose. I've seen the treehouse place in Eureka Springs, Arkansas - a very unique town to visit. Best to YOU on Squidoo! :-)

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      8 years ago

      Very cool lens. Informative and fun. Thanks for sharing. Thumbs Up given.


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