Everyone’s dream is to live in a treehouse at some time in their lives. The treehouse resort industry is booming.  Fantasy, serenity, nature, luxury in the jungle, ecofriendly, wild, adventure, dream, silence, pollution-free, and something fresh after camping and hiking in this niche give it a lot of potential.  

1.   Treetop Hideaways in Chattanooga, TN 

(Hamilton CountyTennessee) 

It is one of the best places for treehouse camping. When you’re treehouse camping in one of these beauties, you’d never believe you’re so close to downtown Chattanooga. They’re at the base of Lookout Mountain, in Fairyland, one of the city’s most populous areas. Treetop Hideaways are particularly wonderful not just because of the opulent finishes, but also because of their proximity to some of the greatest outdoor activities in the Scenic City. 

This elegant and rustic treehouse offers a relaxing treetop hideaway. Your climate-controlled retreat, half glamping, part boutique hotel, comes replete with a bathroom and stocked kitchenette high in the woods. 

You’ll be greeted with flowers, wine, and a floor-to-ceiling view of the valley below when you arrive at the treehouse. The inside contains reclaimed barn wood and beams, as well as a stylish assortment of furnishings, such as a vintage style gramophone speaker and a couch that sleeps two more guests. 

Cloudland Canyon State Park is only a short drive away, as is everything else on Lookout Mountain, from hiking and climbing at Sunset Rock to exploring the Point Park Civil War memorial. 

After enjoying the superb eating, entertainment, and outdoor activities in neighbouring Chattanooga, spend the evening drinking wine amid the trees on the bar-top terrace. The spacious loft’s hotel-quality bed is the ideal vantage point for watching the sun rise over the foggy valley. 

When you arrive, you’ll be greeted and escorted to your treehouse, as well as given a tour of the grounds and facilities. A short distance from the treehouse is private parking. 

At the Rock City, you may scramble over unusual rock formations and watch traditional fairy tales reimagined in psychedelic black-light splendors, or take a cave tour through Ruby Falls. On the other side, maybe you’ll just want to unwind at Treetop Hideaways and enjoy the peace and quiet. For all the goods you’ll need for a picnic among the trees, stop by Main Street Meats, Blue Fox Cheese Shop, and Velo Coffee Shop. The amenities mentioned below are available here 


• Climate controlled • Complimentary wine and flowers • Separate creek overlook • Bathroom with exposed copper piping and penny floor • Tasteful collection of furnishings including a vintage style gramophone speaker • Kitchenette stocked with drinks and snacks • Floor to ceiling windows overlooking the valley below • Fold out couch for two more guests • Hotel quality bed in roomy loft • Fire pit and s’mores kit • Private parking.  

2. Vertical Horizons Treehouse Paradise in Cave Junction (Josephine County, Oregon, United States ) 

You’re excused if you instantly think of the alt rock band with the nearly same name who released the single “Everything You Want” in 1999. At Vertical Horizons – Treehouse Paradise, visitors stay in state-of-the-art treehouses, each with its own distinct theme. Vertical Horizons Treehouse, on the other hand, is far from a one-hit wonder. The Cottage, the first treehouse built by the Moskios family, opened in 2004 and has since been followed by three more. The Cottage, The Shitake, The Calypso, and The Excalifir are among the options available to guests. 

Your breakfast is made by your host Phil each morning with fresh organic fruit and nutritious ingredients, the majority of which are produced and raised locally. Special dietary requirements are accommodated to the best of the staff’s ability. 

Each treehouse has its own distinct design and feel, as well as bed and breakfast-worthy amenities such as owner Phil Moskio’s famed breakfasts. You’ll have a fantastic home base from which to explore all Southern Oregon has to offer, including caves, vineyards, and Vertical Horizon’s own disc golf course, no matter where you go treehouse camping. 

They make every effort to preserve this sliver of heaven tranquil and serene. Rentals are available all year. During the winter months, we provide a *deluxe breakfast. Summer is when Phil prepares his fantastic feast. Guests can participate in recreational technical tree climbing or plan a tree climbing event with Vertical Horizons, either at their location or at yours. 

Amenities :  

Bathrooms, a BBQ / gas grill, a meal prep area, a disc golf course, volleyball, horse shoes, fishing, and other amenities are available to guests. There is plenty of parking. Technical Tree Climbing allows you to take unique photos from a great height above your event. 

3. The Treehouse Camp in Rohrersville, MD 

(Washington County, Maryland, United States) 

The location of the tree house is Washington CountyMaryland, United States. A lovely forested campsite on South Mountain, backed up to the Appalachian Trail, provides a perfect environment for year-round camping, hiking, and river rafting. Our campsites’ solitude, serenity, and quiet provide a pleasant environment in which to unwind, escape from your hectic routine, and appreciate the natural surroundings. A great option for a rural wedding location, a romantic getaway, or a family weekend escape. 

 The Treehouse Camp offers a site that will feel just perfect whether you’re treehouse camping during a warm Maryland spring or a windy winter night. They offer ten three-season tree homes that may be enjoyed in all except the harshest weather, as well as eight completely insulated tree cottages that can endure winter temperatures. 

They also have a new Hobbit home with electricity, a wood burner for heating and cooking, a harvest table, an outside fire circle, a picnic table, and a charcoal grill, which is just as wonderful as the treehouses. 

The Dyrt camper Bryan R  commented  “The AT runs directly behind the campground, and is only a 6 mile walk into Harper’s Ferry southbound. The treehouses are very similar to the cabins, only these are screened in and open air, with no windows or stove. Still very comfortable.” 

4. Branson Treehouse, Cabin, and RV Park in Branson, MO 

(in the U.S. state of Missouri.) 

Branson is a city in Taney and Stone counties in the U.S. state of Missouri.  Branson Treehouse Adventures is a tree house resort just minutes away from Branson, MO attractions. Book your stay with us to experience an adventure in the trees! This Branson, Missouri treehouse camping location offers magnificent hideaways in a variety of designs in addition to tent sites, RV sites, and cottages. Some are rustic log cabins, while others are inspired by maritime coastal architecture and African styles. Each offers its own set of facilities, such as gas fireplaces, jacuzzi baths, indoor and outdoor showers, and private decks in certain cases. 

Treehouse cabin 

Nearby, take one of the guided cave tours, Speleo Boxe mazes, or Dolly Parton’s famed Stampede spectacle in Talking Rocks Cavern. A drama called The Shepherd of the Hills covers the narrative of the area’s history as well as what life is like in the Ozarks. 

Amenities :  

  • The African Tree House Lodge is designed for up to 6 people. With its swinging bridges, stairs and a ladder for entering the loft, this is for the brave and the adventurous. 
  • Ben’s Hideaway is tree house designed for group camping.  Three separate cabins each furnished with 1 Queen and 3 twin beds sleep up to 15 people total 
  • Missouri Boatride is designed for up to 5 people. Featuring a suspended walkway entrance, a triple bunk bed and lofty views from that back deck this is one the whole family will enjoy! 
  • Missouri Boatride is designed for up to 5 people. Featuring a suspended walkway entrance, a triple bunk bed and lofty views from that back deck this is one the whole family will enjoy! 
  • Have a relaxing evening in this spacious tree house with two private king size bedrooms, fully furnished kitchenette, shower, living and dining area and a secluded back deck overlooking beautiful wooded area. 
  • Southern Comforts is a “Romantic Couples” tree house that sleeps 2 adults. It features picturesque views, a queen size canopy bed, jetted tub and shower, small kitchen, and private deck. 

5. North Sungate Farms Treehouse Glamping in Murphy, NC 

(Murphy, North Carolina, United State) 

This treehouse is situated on a lovely family property in the Smoky Mountains. The property is always being upgraded and enhanced; the most recent project is the construction of a new outhouse and an outdoor solar shower, which is presently underway. Inside, there’s climate control, plush beds, and plenty of natural light. A eating space is located beneath the treehouse, and hammocks may be hung from the trees. 

The nicest part of treehouse camping in this part of the nation is how close you are to some of the Appalachian Mountains’ spectacular scenery. Not only is the Great Smoky Mountains National Park nearby, but so are the Unicoi River, Tellico Plains, Nantahala, and Brasstown Bald, Georgia’s highest point. If you drive an hour in either way from North Sungate Farms, you’ll find a beautiful spot to visit. 


Bathroom : Outdoor shower ; Hot water. 

Bedroom and laundry : Bed linen. 

Family : Board games. 

Heating and cooling : Air conditioning; Ceiling fan ; Heating. 

Home safety : Smoke alarm ; First aid kit. 

Kitchen and dining : Kitchen ; Space where guests can cook their; own meals ; Coffee maker ; Barbecue utensils.