9 Unique Treehouse Rentals in Washington State

Famous for its lush forests, it’s no surprise that Washington State has some amazing treehouses.

It’s one thing to walk in the woods and be gripped by the majesty of the trees, the organisms on which all others depend. It’s quite another to get tangled up in a tree and live among its branches.

As every child knows, a treehouse is a wonderful thing. Visiting one opens up a whole new world of adventure and instills a sense of wonder. Adults are not immune to this magic, although many do not realize this fact. A getaway to a treehouse, even just for a night or two, is an unforgettable experience.

Washington State is the perfect place to (re)discover your love of treehouses. It has plenty of trees as well as beautiful lakes, gorgeous mountains, a host of alluring islands, and is home to three national parks (Mount Rainier, Olympic, and North Cascades). A treehouse stay is a great stopover on any road trip. Or it can be the focal point of a vacation destination. The opportunities abound.

Treehouses are a unique type of accommodation and offer rich rewards for those willing to take a chance and try something different. To reach the living space, some treehouses require climbing, navigating tight spaces, and battling heights. Others are accessible simply by climbing a flight of stairs. Consider your needs while looking at the options and chances are you’ll find something that’s right for you.

We scoured Airbnb and Vrbo to compile this list of these unforgettable Washington treetop vacation rentals. Many parts of the state are represented and the possibilities are endless. Read on and discover the best treehouse rental of your childhood dreams.

The Crow’s Nest, Leavenworth

Rent now$204/mo per night

Although it is not actually built around a tree, this four floors luxury treehouse near Wenatchee Lake has the feel of a real tree house. It is, after all, high up and surrounded by treetops. Look out any window in the top floor living room and find yourself in the skylight. Venture onto the deck and take in the sights and sounds of life above the forest floor. The lake is only a few minutes away. The epic powder can be found at Steven’s Pass, a ski resort 29 miles away. Ideal for families, the house has a queen bedroom, a double bedroom and a bedroom with two twin beds. It’s accessible from the top floor via a long staircase, so guests with limited mobility might struggle.

Please note that this tree house does not have air conditioning, but provides fans for your comfort.

Bedrooms: 3

Bathrooms : 2

Sleeping: 5

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