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Treehouse secluded by woodland in Celeste, Dallas.
Courtesy: Airbnb The majestic oak treehouse in Celeste

The 8 best treehouse Airbnbs in Dallas

Looking for unique treehouse rentals? These bucolic Dallas beauties are the spots you need to see.

Written by
Danielle Goldstein
Alex Floyd-Douglass
Camila Karalyte
Jennifer Banful

Sure, hotels are nice, but they can be a bit overrated. An even better way to experience Dallas is by honoring your youth and staying in a treehouse rental. Providing peace, tranquility, and reconnecting you with nature, a treehouse Airbnb is the perfect secluded stay. It can even provide you with all that while remaining in the city. Or you can get it in some seriously secluded green acres just a short drive from the hustle and bustle of Downtown. 

No matter what your preference is, there's a treehouse to suit you. Whether for families, groups of friends, or a couples retreat, Airbnb has a whole range of treehouses that all give you the childhood nostalgia you're after. There are even some that are surprisingly luxurious. We’ve scoured Airbnb to find some of the roomiest, most conveniently located (how do ten minutes from Six Flags sound?), and quirkiest (we’re talking tree ships here). So, forget the bog-standard B&B and instead book one of the best treehouses in and around Dallas.

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Who makes the cut? While we might not stay in and review every Airbnb featured, we've based our list on our expert knowledge of the destination covered, editorial reviews, user reviews, hotel amenities and in-depth research to find you the best stays. This article includes affiliate links. These links have no influence on our editorial content. For more information, see our affiliate guidelines.

Best Dallas treehouse Airbnbs

The Hidden Cliff in Grandview
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1. The Hidden Cliff in Grandview

Traveling light? Book this small but mighty treehouse. Ingeniously designed and built in the backyard of a midcentury modern estate, it offers everything you could need within a 190-square-foot, split-level home. There’s a queen-size bed, wet room-style bathroom, flat-screen TV with Amazon Prime and Hulu, free parking, and a barbecue in the outdoor space shared with the main house. Plus, it’s located in the Bishop Arts District, so there are plenty of bars, restaurants, and shops on your doorstep, should you wish to stretch your legs.

What’s the budget range? A cheap and cheerful digital nomad's paradise. 

What’s it like to stay here? Life in the trees with views of the city perfectly sums it up.

Rooms: 1 bed, 1 bath. Sleeps 2. 

The Kessler Park Treehouse
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2. The Kessler Park Treehouse

Living amongst the trees doesn’t mean giving up on convenience, as this North Oak Cliff stay proves. Downtown Dallas and the zoo are just a ten-minute drive away, while the stadiums, Six Flags, and Hurricane Harbor water park are less than 20 minutes drive. However, you wouldn’t know it from the secluded treetops of this three-bed home. There are floor-to-ceiling windows, so you can truly appreciate the lush surroundings, or step out onto the veranda, which is literally perched amongst the treetops and has a pool.

What’s the budget range? Affordable for a large group.

What’s it like to stay here? Live out your best Tarzan life between the treetops – before heading to the city in a matter of minutes.

Rooms: 3 beds, 2.5 baths. Sleeps 8. 

The Majestic Oak Treehouse in Celeste
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3. The Majestic Oak Treehouse in Celeste

Aptly named the Majestic Oak Treehouse thanks to the surrounding oak trees, this treehouse Airbnb sits about two/three stories up from the ground, so you can live amongst the treetops. Sleeping up to seven guests, it's perfect for the whole family or a group of pals who want to reconnect with nature. There's a fully-equipped kitchen, a cozy living area, plus a living tree that runs straight through the center of the treehouse – Tarzan's ideal home. You'll have access to the deck with patio seating which is just the spot for stargazing during evenings, and you'll also have a bathroom with shower, offering views of the magnificent woods.

What’s the budget range? Worth every dollar for a rustic escape.

What’s it like to stay here? With majestic forest surroundings, what more could you want from a treehouse stay?

Rooms: 3 beds, 1 bath. Sleeps 7. 

The Grand Prairie Treehouse with a pool
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4. The Grand Prairie Treehouse with a pool

Visiting Six Flags Over Texas? Then make your trip even more thrilling by staying in a treehouse within a ten-minute drive of the epic amusement park. This three-bed in the forest can sleep up to ten people. Two of the bedrooms are private with queen-size beds (one’s a four-poster no less), while the third has double bunk beds. There’s also a barbecue and heated pool on the terrace, an infrared sauna, and plenty of free parking. The Cowboys, Globe Life, and Choctaw stadiums are also all within easy reach.

What’s the budget range? Suuuuper affordable for 10 pals.

What’s it like to stay here? One for the pals, this modern treehouse has all you need for an escape to nature – with all the bells and whistles.

Rooms: 3 beds, 1 bath. Sleeps 10. 

The Brazos River Treehouse
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5. The Brazos River Treehouse

Situated 30 minutes from Dallas-Fort Worth, this riverside escape is one for big groups looking to keep active. It sleeps 14 in a long old cabin on stilts, beneath which are tire swings and a large hammock. Next to the property is a basketball hoop and concrete court, inflatable rings to swim with, a fire pit, and more. Inside, which has step-only access, the place has been decked out in a cozy modern-meets-country style, with splashes of color amid earthy tones. The veranda, which stretches almost the entire length of the property, looks out over the Brazos River.

What’s the budget range? A pretty good price for a family or friends. 

What’s it like to stay here? A peaceful riverside retreat – Walk out onto the porch and you're greeted by the river. On your stoop. Bliss.

Rooms: 3 beds, 3 baths. Sleeps 8. 

The Hobbit Treehouse in Weatherford
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6. The Hobbit Treehouse in Weatherford

This magical tree home is located on the banks of Brazos River, and as its name suggests, it's nothing short of enchanting. From enjoying the waterfall views on the wraparound deck to the cute barnyard animals to the cozying up around the firepit or better yet, a soak in the hot tub under a bed of stars no less, everything is about this secluded spot on Folly River Ranch is a dream come true. Beautifully decorated with antiques and wooden interiors, the treehouse is the perfect storybook adventure for up to six guests. 

What’s the budget range? Fairly decent for a family vacation rental. 

What’s it like to stay here? Very folklore-esque, this place has a ton of rustic charm. 

Rooms: 3 beds, 1 bath. Sleeps 6. 

The Luxury Treehouse near Fort Worth
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7. The Luxury Treehouse near Fort Worth

At just under an hour from Downtown Dallas and 30 minutes from Fort Worth, this Grandview treehouse is a beautifully secluded stay for two. Located on a working ranch, you can expect a few locally sourced goodies waiting for you upon arrival. You can even explore the farm if you ask nicely. The cute cabin has floor-to-ceiling windows, so you can admire nature in all its beauty from inside or out. Plus, there’s a balcony off the bedroom with a ladder leading to the roof, so you can watch the sun rise and set from all angles.

What’s the budget range? A moderately-priced weekend getaway. 

What’s it like to stay here? You'll fall in love with waking up to the sweet sounds of nature and the woodland views from your bed.

Rooms: 1 bed, 1 bath. Sleeps 2. 

The Dawn Treader Treehouse in Grandview
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8. The Dawn Treader Treehouse in Grandview

This treetop stay for two is run by the same folks as Viewpoint, but it’s decked out like a ship. Seriously. If you like quirk, then you’ll love the Dawn Treader, which comes complete with galley-like interiors, sails, and a ship’s wheel. Also located within the grounds of the same 90-acre Grandview ranch, this treehouse provides a super private stay for those who want to escape the hustle and bustle of daily life. Spend your time hiking the trails or hole up in the cozy cabin, which comes equipped with a mini-fridge, microwave, coffee-making facilities, and continental breakfast items.

What’s the budget range? Not bad at all for such a unique spot in the woods. 

What’s it like to stay here? Well shiver our timbers, this is the most unique boat-come-treehouse we've ever seen! Enjoy.

Rooms: 1 bed, 1 bath. Sleeps 2. 

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