Last updated on March 5th, 2017 at 12:42 pm
Growing up I always wanted to stay in a place like the Swiss Family Robinson’s treehouse. Now, that dream can become a reality! The accommodations range from luxurious to primitive so there is something for everyone on this list!
Please note, this sort of trip is in our opinion better suited for older children, due to the nature of the unique accommodations.
Our Top 6 Picks for Family Treehouse Vacations
Treehouse Paradise – Located in Cave Junction, Oregon. This location is considered a bed and breakfast in addition to a treehouse escape. They are open year round and include recreational tree climbing as well as disk golfing. In the summer rates are $280 for double occupancy including a full breakfast.
Out ‘n’ about Treesort – Also located in Cave Junction, Oregon. Seriously this is an entire complex of tree houses! They have a huge range of different types of tree houses ranging from only fitting 2 people to 4 people +! Breakfast is included with your stay as well as the option to take part in other activities, like horseback riding, zip-lining and river rafting! Prices range from $130 – $310 per night depending on the treehouse you choose.
A Teton Treehouse – Located in Jackson Hole, Wyoming. There are six areas available to stay at the Teton Treehouses, breakfast is included in your stay. The hosts are glad to provide a list of things to do and see in the area, personalized for you and your family. Rates start $160 per night and go up to $300 per night depending on the season and the treehouse you choose.
Treetop Hideaway Cabin – These treehouses are located in Dora, Missouri. This location has different sizes of treehouses to choose from sleep anywhere from 2 to 8 people. In addition to staying in the treehouse, there are activities to participate in, like float trips, hiking, bird watching, and star gazing. Rates range from $119 to $379
Carolina Heritage Outfitters – Located in St. George, South Carolina. This is a primitive treehouse situation. It is the midway point of a 23-mile canoe trip. The minimum age is 11 for these particular accommodations. The cost is $170 per person.
Treehouse Point – Located in Fall City, Washington. This treehouse destination has a minimum age of 13, so keep that in mind when booking. Nearby the treehouses you can find local restaurants, farmers markets and hiking trails to keep you and your family busy. Prices aren’t readily available on the site, if you enter your name and email you will get an automated email that contains that information. For this reason we won’t post the prices, however they seem to be in line with the other prices listed.
Have you done a treehouse vacation before? If you haven’t would you want to?