7 awesome Airbnb Treehouses to book for your next family vacation

Hotels are out—treehouses are in! You and the kids can be one with nature by staying in one of these amazing Airbnb finds.

7 awesome Airbnb Treehouses to book for your next family vacation

Airbnb is chock-full of interesting places to rent for an out-of-the-ordinary vacation: water towers, private islands and an abundance of treehouses — perfect for soaking in the scenery. We’ve rounded up seven across Canada that will have you squeezing in one more weekend in the woods.

Airbnb Treehouses

Treehouse with a Rocky Mountain view, Wardner, B.C.

Overlooking ponds and a gorgeous view of the Rocky Mountains, this treehouse is built entirely out of wood and features two handmade spiral staircases. It has a kitchen, bathroom and indoor fireplace. $200/night, sleeps 4 guests,

Wooden treehouse

Cabin in the trees, Sacré-Coeur, Que.

Gaze up at the stars through the glass in your bedroom’s ceiling as you’re falling asleep in this cozy cabin perched in a forest. Though the treehouses are equipped with a kitchen, breakfast is included and delivered to your front door every morning. $199/night, sleeps 2,

Inside a modern treehouse Airbnb with a sunroof


Treehouse by the lake in Saint-Faustin-Lac-Carré, Que.

Perfect for families, this four-season treehouse (winter camping anyone?) is perched right by the lake in a regional park. There’s no running water or electricity, but there is a main area in the park which has full bathrooms, showers and laundry. $109/night, sleeps 6,

Treehouse with steps in the forest

Cedar treehouse in Port Perry, Ont.

Sleep in the trees with all the amenities you need — running water, hot shower, kitchen and bathroom. This treehouse sits on 300 acres of private forest that offers walking, hiking, cross-country skiing, mountain biking and ponds to swim. $279/night, sleeps 2,

Wooden treehouse surrounded by trees

Luxury treehouse and cabin retreat in Durham, Ont.

At $595/night, this treehouse + cabin isn’t the price of a camping trip but split it between four guests and you’re in business. Plus, its breathtaking design makes it the perfect place to unwind (oh, and the pool and hammocks strung in pine trees also helps.) $595/night, sleeps 4,

Modern treehouse with white furniture and ladder


Treehouse in Tofino, B.C.

The glass roof of this cozy treehouse lets you fall asleep with the stars. There’s a trail to the beach, a hot outdoor shower and even a hot tub —luxury in the woods! $108/night, sleeps 2,

Wooden treehouse in the middle of the woods

Seaside tree tent suite, Georgetown P.E.I.

If you’re looking for a last-minute summer glamping experience, this gorgeous large canvas tent is nestled in the trees and overlooks the Brudenell River. Lay your head down on a queen size bed, take an outdoor shower on the deck and enjoy the comforts of a fridge, cook top and toaster — all in the trees. $199/night, sleeps 2,

Airbnb Treehouse with twinkling lights at night, Airbnb treehouses

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This article was originally published on Aug 15, 2017

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