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The most impressive Airbnb treehouses in the U.S.

Give into your inner kid and sleep close to nature when you rent one of these beautiful Airbnb treehouses in the U.S.

Written by
Sarah Medina
&
Lauren Rothman
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Craving some serious nature immersion right now? We're not surprised. Thankfully, rest and relaxation is on hand, with our selection of ten whimsical Airbnb treehouses in the U.S. Each of these treehouses offers a unique experience, so whether you're searching for water views, tropical climate or total off-the-grid forest seclusion, you'll find it here. They range from the simple and affordable to treetop luxury, from San Diego to the Adirondacks. So if you're planning a roadtripcamping excursion or national park adventure, add these stunning outdoor-indoor accommodation options to your itinerary.

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Best Airbnb treehouses in the U.S.

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).

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The spectacular view of the sparkling Salish Sea is the real star of this small, yet stylish Airbnb in Bellingham. Simplicity is key in this 121-square foot room, with an entire glass wall looking out from the trees and a generously sized terrace for admiring the view and the songbirds. The property is close to Chuckanut Mountain trails and beaches – but you'd be forgiven for simply sitting back in your treehouse and letting the setting wash over you. There's also access to the hot tub in the host's main house – what more do you need?

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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. 

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There's no better time to visit coastal Maine than in fall, when the forests turn into a blush of rust and crimson and the cool air flows through the trees. Immerse yourself fully in this gorgeous setting by renting this custom-made treehouse, which consists of two elevated dwellings connected by a cute rope bridge. Relax on the screened-in porch overlooking Back River, then head out to explore the 21-acre property and nearby Reid State Park beaches. Kayaks and canoes are also included free of charge.

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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.

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