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Atlanta treehouse
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The most impressive Airbnb treehouses in the U.S.

Indulge your outdoor living fantasies when you rent one of these seriously awesome Airbnb treehouses in the U.S.

By Sarah Medina and Lauren Rothman
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It may be every little kid’s fantasy, but we haven’t outgrown it yet: the dream of living in a treehouse nestled among the branches. Now that dream can easily become a reality—just rent one of these seriously awesome Airbnb treehouses in the U.S. When you're planning your domestic getaways this summer (whether it be a roadtrip, a national park, or a camping excursion), add these breathtaking accommodations to your itinerary. From San Diego to the Adirondacks, these cool treehouses are available to rent across the United States. 

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Best Airbnb treehouses in the U.S.

Argyle, NY treehouse
Argyle, NY treehouse
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1. Argyle, NY: The whispering wind treehouse

This treehouse just outside Glen Falls is totally off the grid: no electricity, no Wi-Fi and a sleeping loft with a clear roof. The light-filled space also boasts a cozy living room and an attached deck with cafe table. Guests have access to an outdoor kitchen, outdoor shower and all of the host’s tranquil five-acre property. (And if you do need to plug in, you can do so at the host’s nearby yurt). From $195 per night 

Atlanta treehouse
Atlanta treehouse
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2. Atlanta, GA: The Insta-famous treehouse

This pricy treehouse is Airbnb’s most wish-listed property in the entire world. The dreamy space features three rooms connected by rope bridges hung with twinkling lights and a hammock deck built around “Old Man,” a 165-year-old pine. The breezy, light-filled space is totally secluded, making for a relaxing, nature-filled stay you’ll never forget. From $389 per night

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Bellingham, WA treehouse
Bellingham, WA treehouse
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3. Bellingham, WA: The Pleasant Bay lookout

This PNW stunner has been featured in its fair share of publications for its sparkling views of the Salish Sea and nearby pine-forested islands. With a modern design featuring an entire glass wall crowned with a generously sized terrace, the space also boasts a green roof planted with lettuce and other veggies. The area is a nature-lover’s dream, with plenty of nearby hiking trails, beaches, bike paths and paddling opportunities. From $127 per night

Lyons, CO treehouse
Lyons, CO treehouse
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4. Lyons, CO: The little red treehouse

This stunning red house built into the trees is a Colorado gem. A wraparound deck includes an umbrella-shaded breakfast nook that looks out over the land and an outdoor shower means you never have to stop admiring the view. A hummingbird feeder hung outside ensures a steady stream of tiny, fluttering guests all day long. From $250 per night

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Airbnb treehouses
Airbnb treehouses
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5. Park City, UT: The treehouse at 8,000 feet

The spacious two-story home is built into an enormous Douglas fir and outfitted with luxury finishings such as an electric fireplace, a full kitchen and an outdoor grill. In warm weather, hang out on the deck and peer over the nearby Unita mountains. From $175 per night

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Miami treehouse
Miami treehouse
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6. Miami, FL: The treehouse on a farm

The host of this spacious, finely crafted treehouse is a permaculture farmer whose Little Haiti property is populated by goats, emus, honeybees and more fauna. Nestled into a giant pithecellobium tree, the tri-level treehouse features wraparound balconies and an outdoor shower. Common areas include an outdoor kitchen, a volleyball court and coin-operated laundry. From $66 per night

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Middle Grove, NY treehouse
Middle Grove, NY treehouse
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7. Middle Grove, NY: The mountainside retreat

Nestled in the foothills of the Adirondack Mountains right near Saratoga Springs, this adorable treehouse is accessed by a spiral staircase and hung with twinkling strands of lights. Apart from the bedroom and attached porch, guests have access to shared areas, including a full bathroom and outdoor kitchen equipped with a charcoal grill. The area is ripe with great hiking trails, lakes and swimming holes for watery recreation. From $253 per night

Airbnb treehouses
Airbnb treehouses
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8. Bend, OR: The floating bed

This unique treehouse has two bedrooms: a conventional indoor one, and a sleeping deck hung with a floating bed. Drift in the breeze as you sleep and awaken to the fresh air and morning birdsong. A little river floats lazily by the property, with some chairs on the bank for relaxing and observing the current while taking in the shade of the property’s giant ponderosa pines. From $125 per night

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Georgetown, ME
Georgetown, ME
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9. Georgetown, ME: The treehouse with water views

Coastal Maine is the perfect getaway any time of year, but it’s particularly appealing in the fall, when the forests go all crimson and rust and reflect down into Casco Bay. Make this custom-built tree dwelling overlooking the Back River part of your trip. You can also check out nearby Reid State Park beaches and, of course, crack into some lobster at Five Islands Lobster Co. From $189 per night

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Airbnb treehouses
Airbnb treehouses
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10. San Diego, CA: The tropical treehouse

Located just a short walk away from downtown San Diego, this in-tree oasis boasts an outdoor living room chock-full of colorful, overstuffed easy chairs, a working fireplace and stunning views of San Diego Bay (the shower is also outside, so you can soak in views while you scrub). Guests have access to a completely renovated kitchen as well as several flower-filled common areas, one boasting a big propane grill perfect for impromptu BBQs. From $79 per night

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