20 Pacific Northwest Treehouses to Rent Now


Perched high in an evergreen canopy, a quaint Pacific Northwest Treehouse awaits your stay. Maybe you're you're looking for a totally off-the-grid, no cell service, wifi, or heat kind of adventure, or maybe you're more of a hot tub, flat-screen TV, walk to the antique shops type. Whatever your style, there's a treehouse in this list for you, promise.


In this post, we'll explore some of the Pacific Northwest's BEST treehouses. From Canada's Gulf Islands and Idaho's legendary lakes to treehouse villages in Oregon and Redwood views in California, we've put together the biggest, the baddest, the tallest list of treehouses from around the Pacific Northwest.


Meet the Co-Writer: Melissa from Miss Rover

This isn't any old blog post. I had the privilege of partnering with Melissa Miller, better known as Miss Rover, to create this hefty list of PNW treehouses with. Melissa is a rad adventurer with a serious thing for off-the-grid escapes. She visits the coolest places and loves sharing the fun so everyone can enjoy these epic spots too!


Check out her website: Miss Rover





Hey, friends! I love recommending rad spots I'm stoked about. As such, this post contains a few affiliate links to some of the rentals I love, and I'll receive commission upon any purchases made through those links at no additional expense to you.




BRITISH COLUMBIA



1. Enso Treehouse

Tiny, minimal, and stunning, the Enso Treehouse sits high above a private beach, turned white by resident oysters, on British Columbia's Salt Spring Island. Pro tip: Pluck a few of those bad boys and roast them over a beach fire for the freshest seafood feast around. The studio-style treehouse has a king-sized bed, a kitchenette stocked with a few local delectables, and a cozy reading nook with a waterfront view. It's glamping at its finest. After exploring Mt. Erskin's fairy doors and island views, pick up a bottle of Salt Spring Wild Cider or stop in for a tasting flight (Bitter Orange Rosemary was my fave), swing by Salt Spring Island Cheese Company for some goat cheese tapenade, and blackberry wine from Salt Spring Vineyards for a tasty picnic on the deck of your treehouse by the sea. My mouth is watering just remembering it!


Read more about my Salt Spring Island Treehouse Escape HERE!

  • Location: Salt Spring Island, BC

  • Sleeps: 2 guests

  • Pet Friendly: No

  • Hot Tub: No

  • Price: $250-$270 / night

Book the Enso Treehouse HERE!


WASHINGTON


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2. Eagle's Nest

This custom-built treehouse is perched on the bluff overlooking the Strait of Juan de Fuca. Do I need to say more? I will. There are so many places to kick up your feet in this gorgeous home in the trees including a large window seat with a view, a fire-heated hot tub, and an indoor hammock. Such a dream!

  • Location: Port Angeles, Washington

  • Sleeps: 6 people

  • Pet Friendly: No

  • Hot Tub: Yes

  • Price: $342 / night

Book Eagles Nest Treehouse HERE!


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3. Treehouse Place at Deer Ridge

This luxury treehouse was featured as one of the top 10 Airbnb treehouses in the country by Apartment Therapy and number one in Washington by Outside Magazine. I would love to sip on some wine next to the fire in that soaking tub, wouldn’t you?

  • Location: Snohomish, Washington

  • Sleeps: 3

  • Pet Friendly: No

  • Hot Tub: No, but has soaking tub!

  • Price: $226 / night

Book Treehouse Place at Deer Ridge HERE!


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4. Pete Nelson Treehouse

Sleep at an authentic Pete Nelson Treehouse! Start off the magic by walking across a lit suspension bridge, which is an experience in and of itself. I don’t know too many places where you can watch a movie while lounging in an outdoor hot tub! And with the Emerald forest nearby this place is definitely going on my must list.

  • Location: Redmond, Washington

  • Sleeps: 4 people

  • Pet Friendly: No

  • Hot Tub: Yes

  • Price: $425 / night

Book the Pete Nelson Treehouse in Redmond HERE


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5. Treehouse Point

TreeHouse Point is home to six magical treehouse rentals, and it’s only 30 minutes outside of Seattle! Each treehouse is unique and offers everything you need for the perfect getaway. You knowwww I'd say in every one of these if I could! Pro tip: Book well in advance, as the waitlist is a little long.

  • Location: Issaquah, Washington

  • Sleeps: Varies. Depends on the cabin

  • Pet Friendly: No

  • Hot Tub: No

  • Price: Varies – Inquire on website

Book TreeHouse Point HERE!


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6. Osprey Treehouse

This Octagonal home is named for the resident Osprey, sits 30’ high in the trees, and is built around a single grand old Douglas Fir. It's also made using locally sourced wood. How cool is that? It’s one rental of Skamania Coves Resort, but you'd never know because it sits in a secluded spot in a patch of trees off on its own. Travelers can enjoy their morning coffee on the river-facing deck, get cozy in the spacious loft with a good book, or head on down to the Columbia River Gorge to explore the coves, go boating, swim, kayak, windsurf, and more.


  • Location: Stevenson, Washington

  • Sleeps: 2 guests

  • Pet Friendly: No

  • Hot Tub: No

  • Price: $235/night

Book the Osprey Treehouse HERE!


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7. Tranquil-A-Tree Treehouse

If a private hot tub in the canopy of 100-year-old Douglas Firs sounds like your kind of private retreat, then don’t miss Lothlorien Woods’ treetop hideaway. Tranquil-A-Tree can be found next to the Columbia River National Scenic Area at the foot of Mt. Hood. Activities including kayaking, hiking, wind surfing, paragliding, fishing, mountain climbing, snow shoeing, and cross-country skiing are in no short supply. The treehouse features a fully equipped kitchen, wood stove for heat, a propane infra-red grill, and a spiral staircase to a Red Cedar log bed. See you in the trees!


  • Location: Snowden, Washington

  • Sleeps: 4 guests

  • Pet friendly: Yes (upon arrangement)

  • Hot tub: Yes

  • Price: $149-165 / night

Book Tranquil-A-Tree HERE!


8. AirbnTree at Adams Cove

Get away from it all with a stay at the two-story AirbnTree. The treehouse was built using lumber from the very forest it calls home and features two balconies–one with a bar and stools. Its central location to both Mt. Rainier and Olympic National Parks makes it the perfect place of refuge after a long day in the great outdoors. Flip on the gas fireplace, pop in a good movie, and get cozy on the comfy couch. Post-COVID, ask about their complimentary ATV tours of the property.

  • Location: Olympia, Washington

  • Sleeps: 2 guests

  • Pet friendly: No

  • Hot tub: No

  • Price: $175 / night

Book AirbnTree HERE!


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9. Pond Perch at Treehouse Junction

At 17' above a calming, tree-lined pond lies the gorgeous Pond Perch treehouse (named appropriately), complete with a full-sized bed, a murphy bed, fireplace, and more. I can picture it now: snuggled up in the provided camp chairs next to the private fire pit with a freshly roasted s'more in hand. Then enjoying a morning Keurig-brewed coffee on the dock, listening to the sound of the pond's waterfall before indulging in a continental breakfast. Yas, please.

  • Location: Concrete, Washington

  • Sleeps: 4 guests

  • Pet friendly: No

  • Hot tub: No

  • Price: $160 / night

Book Pond Perch HERE!


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10. Luxurious Treehouse in the Woods

Looking for a little peace and quiet? This treehouse is surrounded by 10 acres of secluded woods you're encouraged to explore. And it's MASSIVE! With nine bedrooms, this lodge-style retreat center can house the whole fam and then some. Stroll the half-mile perimeter trail, check out the pond, or walk the labyrinth.

  • Location: Lakebay, Washington

  • Sleeps: 3 guests

  • Pet friendly: No

  • Hot tub: No

  • Price: $220 / night

Book this Luxurious Treehouse HERE!


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11. Eagles' Bluff Treehouse

Leave the world behind for a little treetop forest bathing at the edge of Vashon Island. Aside from a little electricity and heat, we're glamping here. That means cooking, showering, and pooping all happens outside. (There's a composting toilet, and outdoor shower heated by a portable propane tank, and 3-burner grill with cooking basics and running water are available.) I don't know about you, but watching the sunset from the bench swing and falling asleep to the sound of Puget Sound's waves in the lofted queen size bed sounds pretty dang nice right about now.

  • Location: Vashon Island, Washington

  • Sleeps: 2 guests

  • Pet friendly: No

  • Hot tub: No

  • Price: $375 / night

Book Eagles' Bluff Treehouse HERE!


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12. Klickitat Treehouse

This modern treehouse sits 20’ above ground in three Douglas Fir trees with views of Mt. Adams. Enjoy the 15 acres of forest through massive 18' floor-to-ceiling windows, roast hot dogs over the fire, walk through the sliding glass doors to enjoy French press coffee on the living room deck, and make the most of your nature escape with the indoor/outdoor shower at this incredible getaway. There's also a grill, wood stove, and a full indoor bathroom. Let's be honest, they had me at Pendleton towels alone.

  • Location: White Salmon, Washington

  • Sleeps: 6 guests

  • Pet friendly: No

  • Hot tub: No

  • Price: $379 / night

Book the Klickitat Treehouse HERE!


IDAHO


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13. Treehouse at Hauser Lake Idaho

We're heading off-the-grid for this treehouse glamping experience built by "The Treehouse Guys." You'll charge your phone with solar power and enjoy a hot shower using rain water collected by the tin roof. And the VIEWS! Hauser Lake sits pretty off the front deck and through your bedroom window you'll find Washington's Cascade range.

So pack your backpack and get ready to hike 275' (with a 32-degree incline) into northern Idaho's remote wilderness for the ultimate off-the-grid getaway. You're gonna love it.

  • Location: Hauser, Idaho

  • Sleeps: 2 guests

  • Pet Friendly: No

  • Hot Tub: No

  • Price: $210 / night

Book the Treehouse at Hauser Lake HERE!



14. Crystal Peak Lookout

If you like vintage snowcat rides, spiked hot chocolate, snowshoeing, and private mountaintops, you're going to loveeee this. While not technically a treehouse, the Crystal Peak Lookout sits high in the treetops and is the ultimate winter wonderland experience. It's open year-round, but the magic happens in the winter when the snow falls and it's just you behind four glass walls in the great outdoors.

My favorite part? Baking in the wood-fired sauna, then snowshoeing back to our cozy bed in the canopy beneath a blanket of stars.


Read more about my winter Crystal Peak Lookout adventure HERE.

  • Location: Fernwood, Idaho

  • Sleeps: 2 guests

  • Pet Friendly: No

  • Hot Tub: No but Sauna YES!

  • Price: $200 / night

Book the Crystal Peak Lookout HERE!



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15. Treehouse on Lake Pend O'reille

The Treehouse on Lake Pend O'reille is a whopping three stories tall with possibly some of the best views of this entire list. The living room has massive windows overlooking Lake Pend O'reille and the property's private dock below, which you're free to enjoy. Very much on-the-grid and loving it, its prime location puts it just about two miles from downtown Sandpoint, accessible via the paved walking trail across the street where you'll find a collection of local eats, shops, antiques, and nightlife.

  • Location: Sandpoint, Idaho

  • Sleeps: 2 guests

  • Pet Friendly: No

  • Hot Tub: No

  • Price: $220 / night

Book the Treehouse on Lake Pend O'reille HERE!


OREGON


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16. Heartland Treehouse

Um, did you see those outdoor soaking tubs? Talk about a perfect way to spend literally your entire trip at this hilltop escape. Sitting between two massive fir trees, this treehouse is right next door to a waterfall, Floras Lake State Natural Area, and Cape Blanco State Park. It's basically a nature-lover's paradise. Not to mention it's trendy as all get out. So many heart eyes for the Heartland Treehouse.

  • Location: Langlois, Oregon

  • Sleeps: 2 guests

  • Pet Friendly: No

  • Hot Tub: Kind of? 2 outdoor soaking tubs.

  • Price: $134 / night

Book the Heartland Treehouse HERE!



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17. Deer Haven Treehouse

(Wine Country Treehouse & Herbal Farm)

Wine lovers: This one's for you. The second Pete Nelson treehouse on the list, Deer Haven is well celebrated, having been featured in EveryDay with Rachel Ray magazine, the Atlantic Magazine, and more. Guests are encouraged to embrace simple country living, sit in the garden, watch humming birds, walk the labyrinth in the property's mini food forest of berries, fruit trees, and medicinal herbs. Deer Haven is also smack in the middle of some of the Willamette Valley, which means quality wineries and delectable boutique restaurants. Sip, sip!

  • Location: Newberg, Oregon

  • Sleeps: 5 guests

  • Pet Friendly: No

  • Hot Tub: No

  • Price: $225 / night

Book the Deer Haven Treehouse HERE!


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18. Treehouse Paradise Resort

(Vertical Horizons)

This southern Oregon community has four gorgeous treehouses–Cottage, Shiitake, Calypso, and Excalifir–each with their own unique vibe. The Cottage has a beautiful deck with a view through the trees of the pasture beyond. Shiitake hangs on its own from a tree that protrudes straight through the center–a small deck wraps around the entire structure. Calypso is elaborate with a Tudor style design and a small deck, ideal for a bevvy any time of the day. And Excalifer is the biggest of them all, sleeping six in two stories. There's a cat walk that leads you to a private balcony up top, a wrap-around deck below, and amenities like a full bathroom, a microwave, and a flat screen TV. Activities in the area include interpretive trails, rafting, wine tasting, ziplines, tree climbing, disc golf, fishing, and more. I'm about it.

  • Location: Cave Junction, Oregon

  • Sleeps: 2-6 guests depending on the treehouse

  • Pet Friendly: No

  • Hot Tub: No

  • Price: Varies

Book the Treehouse Paradise Resort (Vertical Horizons) Treehouses HERE!


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19. Out ‘n’ About Treehouse Resort

Suspension bridges high in the sky connect you to the forest and to your lodging! There is something for everyone at the truly unique Out ‘n’ About Treehouse Resort, or as they call it, a Treesort. There are nine different treehouse rentals on 36 acres next to the Siskiyou National Forest. Activities include ziplines, horseback riding, marijuana farms, hiking, and swimming in a seasonal outdoor pool. Be sure to check out each unique treehouse to plan your next adventure!

  • Location: Cave Junction, Oregon

  • Sleeps: Varies from 3-7 guests

  • Pet Friendly: No

  • Hot Tub: No

  • Price: Varies - Inquire on website ($120-$330 / night)

Book the Out ‘n’ About Treehouse Resort HERE!




CALIFORNIA


Photos by Melissa Miller and Johnathon Desoto.

20. Off-Grid Rustic Treehouse

Drive deep into California’s Six Rivers National forest with views of redwoods, rivers and forested mountains to find this glamping paradise. This treehouse offers views of mountains with moody fog in the winter and a short drive to a swimming hole in the summer. Drink coffee from the deck, relax in a steam sauna, or stay cozy in the loft bed during your stay. Explore part of the remote village that includes five other rentals, chickens, goats, cats, dogs and permaculture gardens.


Read more about Melissa's Off-Grid Rustic Treehouse experience HERE!

  • Location: Gasquet, California

  • Sleeps: 3 guests

  • Pet Friendly: Yes

  • Hot Tub: No

  • Price: $80 / night

Book the Off-Grid Rustic Treehouse HERE!



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