Discover 10 incredible Treehouse Hotels in the US

Our treehouse tour of the US covers some of the nation’s most luscious lodgings within the beating heart of the Great American Wilderness. Live out your childhood fantasies with all the grown-up comforts you could need, moving from firepit to hot tub to king-size cabin in one fell swoop via a bridge, zipline or otherwise. From your elevation point in the forest canopy, get closer to the sounds and sights of the woods by night, venturing out by day to get a full view on hiking trails, rafting trips and cycling expeditions.

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Post Ranch Inn | Photo: Kodiak Greenwood

1. The Mohicans Treehouse Resort in Glenmont, Ohio

Based within Amish Country in the friendly state of Ohio, The Mohicans Treehouse Resort benefits from 77 acres of woodland all to itself, now including a series of treehouse rentals in the canopy, all unique and all providing upscale luxury. Though private, each treehouse comes connected by raised wooden pathways, in a sustainable design garnering the attention of celebrities like Matthew McConaughey. Stay in ‘The View’ for satisfying forest views as well as marble interiors and even a bath, while outside you can make use of the picnic lounge and fire pit to mingle with other guests. At all other times, stay busy in the region with easy access to hiking, fishing and canoeing.

2. Primland: Meadows of Dan, Virginia

Moving up to Virginia’s Blue Ridge Mountains, we reach the adults-only treehouse cabins at Primland, overlooking the Meadows of Dan. A true getaway in the mountains, Primland melds natural beauty with upscale hotel facilities to create something unique. Each room comes with its own fireplace and deep soaking tub, while the private balconies allow for seamless interaction with the wilderness surrounding. Enjoy homemade cuisine while watching the sunset over Kibler Valley with other guests or go one step more remote with the Cooper’s Hawk Tree House, a huge cedar wood construction raised on a peak some 1,300 feet above the confluence of Roaring Creek and Dan River.

Photo: Primland Resort, Meadows of Dan

3. Treehouse Utopia: Utopia, Texas

They say everything is bigger in Texas and the treehouse resorts are no different if Treehouse Utopia is its anything to go by. Each of the resort’s four house-sized treehouses comes complete with its own sitting room, bedroom, bathroom and spacious outdoor deck, decorated in French styles to match the owner’s Parisian heritage. Get spiritual in The Chapelle, stretch out in the Chateau, or settle in with a good read by the fireplace at the Biblioteque, whichever it is, you’re bound to feel like royalty in nature.

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The Snow Bear Chalets at Whitefish Mountain Resort can provide the ultimate accommodation for skiers and winter sports enthusiasts with its three exclusive treehouses that span two to three levels

4. Snow Bear Chalets: Whitefish, Montana

The Snow Bear Chalets at Whitefish Mountain Resort can provide the ultimate accommodation for skiers and winter sports enthusiasts with its three exclusive treehouses that span two to three levels just moments from the nearest ski lift. Before you go rushing down the Montana mountains on planks, however, take a moment to appreciate the majesty of the chalets, fitting four to eight guests in each and all furnished stylishly with hot tubs, fireplaces, lofts and outdoor decks that offer pinnacle views over the region. In easy reach of Glacier National Park, Whitefish is also good for adventurers wishing to get out in nature any time of year.

Snow Bear Chalets | Photo: Trevon Baker

5. Winvian Farm: Morris, Connecticut

Of the lofty treehouse rentals near me, Winvian Farm up in Connecticut’s Litchfield Hills is a favourite, featuring an exclusive treehouse lodging within the 113-acre grounds that comes complete with king-size facilities, a jacuzzi and private bar spread across two floors. The resort has 19 other lodgings for guests to choose from, all sharing access to the farm-to-table restaurant, spa and seasonal outdoor pool. Though you’ll be in rural Connecticut, guests remain in reach of many of New England’s best bits, including Boston and New York City which lie two hours’ drive away. Bantam Lake and Litchfield Distillery meanwhile come within a short bike ride from the farm.

Treehouse Cottage | Photo: Winvian Farm

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The treehouse hotel in California that puts all the other to shame is the Post Ranch Inn, located along the Big Sur coastline upon the redwood cliffs near both Monterey and Carmel

6. Post Ranch Inn, Big Sur, California

The treehouse hotel in California that puts all the other to shame is the Post Ranch Inn, located along the Big Sur coastline upon the redwood cliffs near both Monterey and Carmel. Maintaining luxury even in the treetops, the Post Ranch Inn offers seven treehouses and a series of redwood cabins, all kitted out with complimentary wine and snacks which are yours to enjoy on the private lounge deck in view of the Santa Lucia Mountains and Pacific Ocean. The inn is adults-only, allowing for utmost tranquillity while dining at upscale restaurant Sierra Mar or taking a treatment at the on-site spa. Other facilities include a gym, library and three heated infinity pools all within protected grounds.

Post Ranch Inn | Photo: Kodiak Greenwood

7. Jackson Hole Hideout, Jackson Hole, Wyoming

In a region known for its boundless nature, Jackson Hole Hideout steps up to bring travellers the same luxury comforts they might find back in the big city. Recently renovated to become all the more up-to-date, this elegant, wood-beamed hotel treehouse spans three levels on four acres of land in Wilson, Wyoming, just one hours’ drive from Yellowstone National Park and 15 minutes from Jackson city centre. As well as free daily breakfasts and a patio terrace with firepit, the area is primed for bird watching, horseback riding and white-water rafting.

8. River’s Edge Treehouse Resort,  Robbinsville, North Carolina

Placing River’s Edge Treehouse Resort in the foothills of the Great Smokey Mountains overlooking the Cheoah River in North Carolina was certainly a streak of genius. This no-fuss camping treehouse combo provides all the freedom of camping with all the best modern amenities, from memory foam mattresses and luxury linens to coffee makers and mini-fridges in each room. The six treehouses on offer are named after types of trees, upping the sustainable feel with earth-conscious toiletries and coming close to a ton of nature activities. Try hiking, fishing and biking around the river before returning to camp for yard games and communal BBQ around the fire pit.

Photo: River’s Edge Treehouse Resort

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9. Out’n’About Treehouse Treesort, Cave Junction, Oregon

A sociable choice in Oregon’s Cave Junction is the Out’n’About Treehouse Treesort, a popular place that can get fully booked up to a year in advance. The best treehouse hotel Oregon has to offer, Out’n’About hosts 12 treehouse suites – one raised as high as 47 feet from the forest floor – all accessible via staircase and suspension bridge. Besides taking in the view from the lofty ‘Majestree’, guests can take advantage of daily activities in the region, such as horseback riding, zip-lining and river rafting.

Photo: Out’n’About Treehouse Treesort

Photo: Out’n’About Treehouse Treesort

10. Treehouse Cottages, Eureka Springs, Arkansas

Of the seven Treehouse Cottages at Eureka Springs, all are luxurious with a capital L, the architecture and construction courtesy of Terry Miller while his wife Patsy takes charge of the interiors. The result is a wonder, featuring handmade tiling and huge floor-to-ceiling windows that look out over the Ozark woodland and mountains, fully insulated from spicy Arkansas summers. Staying minutes from downtown Eureka Springs, guests have a choice of touring the town’s many historic attractions or simply retreating into nature along various trails to discover caves, springs and beyond.

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Photo: Primland Resort, Meadows of Dan

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