A treehouse on stilts in the woods
Book Your Next Getaway To One Of These Amazing Treehouses
This treehouse in the Ozarks region sleeps up to four and has a Jacuzzi tub, a wooden bridge, a firepit, and a hammock. The property has plenty of on-site attractions.
A visit wouldn't be complete without a stop at the Blanchard Springs Caverns, its glinting formations, chambers, stalactites, and stalagmites spread over three levels.
On the outskirts of Visalia, this modernist treehouse offers a simple, clean design with a large wooden deck that has astounding views of the Sierra Mountains.
The masterpiece is the bedroom, with a fireplace and a wall of windows that look onto the mountain range. Only adults are allowed to stay here, and capacity is maxed out at two.
Guests will feel extremely secluded in this multi-level house on eight acres surrounded by pines. The wooden walkway allows easy entry and has lots of natural light.
Stargaze from the bed swing, hammock, or hot tub. There is also a fire pit, a koi pond, an indoor LED fireplace, and a loft perfect for curling up with a book.
The sunsets from this treehouse on a cattle ranch are to die for. Guests can enjoy the home's outdoor space, with a fire pit as a gathering spot for cool evenings.
Its knotty pine interior creates a cabin feel, and one loft bedroom offers a queen-size bed and sofa sleeper. A small barn-style door leads to a balcony set among the canopy.
This treehouse can take up to four guests on the side of a cliff above the Red River Gorge, though accessing it requires climbing steep wooden steps.
The home is divided into two sections connected by a deck with trees erupting through the floor and a cedar hot tub. Open year-round, the fall colors here are breathtaking.