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If you’re looking to book unique accommodation on your next trip to the Buckeye State, treehouse rentals are an increasingly popular way to stay in Ohio. Nature lovers will enjoy the ambiance surrounding the property and families with young kids will enjoy creating lifelong memories by staying in the trees.
Some of the best treehouse rental properties in the great state of Ohio are the Acadia Cliffs Treehouse Cabin, which provides a beautiful location, and the Hemlock Treehouse which has all of the comforts of home, such as Wi-Fi and a smart TV. Pets are allowed in some of the treehouses, so everyone in the family can enjoy the vacation.
- 1. Hocking Hills Treehouse (South Bloomingville)
- 2. Treehouse Getaway (Xenia)
- 3. Cozy Treehouse Cabin (Logan)
- 4. Safari Tree House (Hocking Hills)
- 5. Romantic Treehouse Getaway (Millersburg)
- 6. Berlin Woods Treehouse (Millersburg)
- 7. Acadia Cliffs Treehouse Cabin (Cutler)
- 8. Little Red Treehouse (Glenmont)
- 9. Hemlock Treehouse (South Bloomingville)
- 10. White Oak Treehouse (South Bloomingville)
- 11. Moonlight Treehouse (Glenmont)
- 12. Acadia Cliffs Treehouse Cabin #2 (Cutler)
- 13. The Sky Loft Treehouse (Dundee)
- 14. The Nest Treehouse (Glenmont)
- 15. Beech Treehouse (Hocking Hills)
- 16. El Castillo Treehouse (Glenmont)
- 17. Tullihas in the Trees Treehouse (Frazeysburg)
- 18. Somewhere to Be Treehouse Cabin (Rockbridge)
- 19. Maple View Tree House (Hocking Hills)
- 20. The Tin Shed Treehouse (Glenmont)
- 21. The Arrow Treehouse (Dundee)
- 22. Treehouse Lodge (Dundee)
- 23. The Box Treehouse (Dundee)
- 24. The Shack Treehouse (Dundee)
- 25. The Treehouse Glamping Cabin at Dragonfly Lake (Woodsfield)
- 26. Luxury Treehouse Getaway with Treetop Views (Millersburg)
- 27. The Treehouse at Brandywine Grove (Sugarcreek)
- 28. Buckeye Barn Tree House (Hocking Hills)
- 29. Old Pine Treehouse (South Bloomingville)
1. Hocking Hills Treehouse (South Bloomingville)
The Hocking Hills Treehouse offers guests a cozy one-bedroom, one-bathroom studio. The location is only 12 minutes from Cedar Falls, which is a fun area to explore as a family.
Tucked away in the woods, the treehouse provides plenty of privacy for a relaxing getaway. There are incredible nature views, which can be soaked in from the private patio area.
In the bedroom, there is a queen size bed. There is also a pullout couch available, which folds into a queen as well. The kitchen area is stocked with the basics, such as pots and pans and utensils, and dinnerware.
The bathroom is fully functional and has a toilet and a shower. With central air and heating, your stay will remain at a comfortable temperature.
Pets are allowed in the rental, which is a bonus for many animal lovers. During the evening, there is an outdoor fire pit and an electric indoor fireplace that provides a relaxing end to an adventure-packed day.
2. Treehouse Getaway (Xenia)
The Treehouse Getaway is equipped with electricity, heat, and a TV. However, there is no toilet within the treehouse and guests will need to use a private outhouse and a hand washing station.
For those looking to experience a glamping experience without fussing with a tent setup, this is a great alternative option. The kitchen has a mini fridge, a kettle, and a small toaster oven for making basic meals for the family.
During January through mid-March, the surrounding maple forest is tapped. When available, guests can enjoy some maple tea. This is a unique offering that guests who choose this property will surely enjoy.
The treehouse can comfortably sleep three adults, making it a great option for small families. There is also a fire pit with wood provided, allowing guests to make a cozy fire and roast marshmallows, and tell stories.
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3. Cozy Treehouse Cabin (Logan)
As its name implies, the Cozy Treehouse Cabin is incredibly cozy. There are two bedrooms and one bath, with plenty of sleeping arrangements for those wishing to make this a small family vacation.
There are two queen beds, one pull-out queen couch, and a loft with a futon mattress. The treehouse itself was built by a father and son and was completed in 2018.
The staircase is handcrafted and uses branches as railing. This unique touch adds to the character of the property, as do the barn doors inside the treehouse.
Old Mans Cave is a short distance away and is a must-see while you’re in the area. There are also opportunities for horseback riding, canoeing, hiking, zip lining, and fishing.
Located on 10 acres of property, the treehouse has plenty of seclusion from the city, and guests can enjoy a fire at the end of the night. There is also a hot tub that makes for a relaxing dip while enjoying the surrounding view.
4. Safari Tree House (Hocking Hills)
The Safari Tree House provides a unique romantic getaway for couples. The treehouse is shaped in the form of an octagon, which is unique from the other treehouses in Ohio.
The treehouse is fashioned in a studio style and has a queen bed, as well as a hanging love seat that’s perfect for casual lounging and relaxation. The front deck features a hot tub, which is another great way to relax on your vacation.
The back deck has a propane grill and seating for those who wish to relax in the refreshing outdoors. There is a hanging cable bridge that guests must cross to reach the treehouse, which can be fun for children and adults alike as it sways as you walk across it.
In the kitchen, there is a small fridge, a microwave, a small cooktop, and a coffee pot with mugs already provided. While there is strong cell coverage, there is no Wi-Fi connection on the property.
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5. Romantic Treehouse Getaway (Millersburg)
This one-bedroom, one-bathroom treehouse getaway is ideally suited for two guests. Suspended 22 feet in the air, there is truly a sense of youthful whimsey when looking down from your treetop lodging.
Featuring a king-size bed that was crafted by the Amish, this treehouse provides a comfortable stay for couples looking to escape reality for a weekend. There is also a jetted tub, which is the perfect way to relax at the end of the evening.
There are White Pines surrounding the treehouse, which provides privacy for guests. Best of all, you’re only five or so minutes away from downtown Berlin, where you’ll find a multitude of shops to explore.
If you don’t want to go out, there is a large TV with cable that you and your partner can curl up and watch, as well as an indoor fireplace that makes the entire place warm and cozy.
The kitchen features the basics that will allow you to create simple meals and a warm cup of coffee in the mornings, which you can enjoy on the porch while listening to the birdsongs.
6. Berlin Woods Treehouse (Millersburg)
The Berlin Woods Treehouse has Wi-Fi, allowing guests to stay connected. There is also a fireplace, a wraparound deck, and a large-screen TV. There are plenty of chances to look for wildlife and if you’re lucky, you may spot a bald eagle.
Though the treehouse is relatively secluded, there are nearby shopping locations and restaurants. For those looking for a laid-back vacation, this is a great option to enjoy the outdoors and explore a new town.
The treehouse is kept clean and well-maintained so that the guests will feel comfortable once they enter the rental. There is beautiful Amish craftsmanship throughout the property and guests from all over will admire the handiwork and the clear attention to detail.
There is free parking onsite, as well as non-smoking rooms and family rooms. Guests will be amazed at the detail when they walk through the door and can expect to enjoy a convenient stay at one of the most unique accommodations in Ohio.
7. Acadia Cliffs Treehouse Cabin (Cutler)
The Acadia Cliffs Treehouse Cabin is 560 square feet and has one bedroom and one bathroom. Located on 20 acres of property, the treehouse is surrounded by the Acadia Cliff Wildlife Preserve.
Due to the remote location, there is no cable and limited cell service. This makes the cabin perfect for getaways in which guests want to unplug and relax. You can bring a book or your favorite board game and make lasting memories.
The kitchen has everything you would need to make a homemade meal, such as a microwave, a toaster, and even a slow cooker. There is a coffee maker as well, for those who need their daily caffeine fix.
One of the best features of the treehouse is the outdoor shower that’s located on the second-floor balcony. This provides guests with the chance to take a relaxing shower outdoors while enjoying the scenery around them.
The cabin is covered by tree foliage, which makes for a beautiful shady spot during the summer. The interior has a cozy feel to it, which will enable guests to feel right at home on their vacation.
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8. Little Red Treehouse (Glenmont)
The Little Red Treehouse is great for adventurous travelers and has a sleeping loft with a queen bed that requires a climb up a ladder to access. There is a small kitchen area that carries all f the necessities to make a quick meal or enjoy a cup of coffee.
For those wanting an unplugged vacation, this treehouse has no internet or Wi-Fi and no cable. There is a comfortable sectional couch that’s waiting to be lounged on and guests will find that it provides an escape from the busy life of the city.
A charcoal grill is conveniently set out on the deck and guests are free to grill up a delicious dinner. During the warm weather months, guests can use the outdoor shower and will enjoy relaxing under the water while listening to the natural ambient sounds of nature and wildlife, such as birds.
The Mohicans Treehouse Resort is a popular lodging area in Ohio and provides guests with several options for accommodation, such as treehouses and cabins. They even do weddings if you’re looking to get married in a more natural romantic environment.
9. Hemlock Treehouse (South Bloomingville)
This treehouse rental is ideally suited for couples and features a stunning infinity view. The upper deck level provides an unobstructed view of the treetops, which is perfect for a morning cup of coffee or an evening nightcap.
Charcoal is provided for the charcoal grill. The interior of the treehouse has a kitchenette, where guests can whip up a delicious meal if they don’t feel like eating out on vacation.
The convenience of being able to cook in a kitchen while on a “camping” vacation is truly unforgettable and provides a way to save money as well.
Other amenities of the treehouse include a smart TV, Wi-Fi, a wood-burning hot tub, and a private gazebo. This will truly be a magical stay that won’t soon be forgotten. With the seclusion from the business of city life, this is the perfect place to rejuvenate and relax for a weekend (or longer!).
10. White Oak Treehouse (South Bloomingville)
The White Oak Treehouse has two bedrooms and one full bath, with a kitchenette and a wrap-around deck. There is an outside shower as well, which can be a unique experience for those who haven’t tried one before.
A fire pit allows for plenty of s’mores roasting in the evenings. For those wanting to maximize their relaxation, there is a wood-fired hot tub that’s the perfect addition to an evening cocktail.
All of the Hocking Hills treehouses provide guests with access to various amenities and you’ll love whichever one you choose. In the White Oak, there is a kitchen that features an electric cooktop, a fridge, a french press, and even a crockpot for those wanting to enjoy a hot meal for dinner.
Guests who are bringing kids along will appreciate one of the unique features of this treehouse, which is a secret door that leads to a bunk bedroom.
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11. Moonlight Treehouse (Glenmont)
The Moonlight Treehouse is the perfect romantic getaway for couples looking to gain some serenity in nature. There is a queen bed, as well as an upstairs loft area with another queen bed.
The kitchen has a small eating area, which is perfect for sipping coffee and enjoying a light brunch. Guests should be aware that there is limited cell service and no Wi-Fi, so being prepared to unplug is important before you head out to the treehouse.
There is a deck with a charcoal grill, which is great for grilling steaks for a moonlit dinner. For those looking to partake in a unique experience, the treehouse has an outdoor shower as well.
12. Acadia Cliffs Treehouse Cabin #2 (Cutler)
Similar to the sister treehouse, this treehouse cabin has one bedroom and one bathroom. There are four beds in total, including a king, two singles, and a sofa bed.
The total amount of space is 550 square feet, which is kept spotless and well maintained by the owners. There are plenty of areas to hike and the OU campus and the city of Athens are nearby, waiting to be explored.
The cabin features a fully equipped kitchen, though it’s recommended that guests bring groceries if they plan to stay on the property. If you want to go out for meals, there is a nearby town with restaurants.
This treehouse cabin is best suited for those who don’t mind being disconnected. There is a DVD player, so you can pack your favorite films and enjoy them at the end of a full day.
Outside, guests will be able to enjoy the porch and the fire pit. In the mornings, you can hear the birds chirping and you’ll be able to breathe in the fresh air of the country.
13. The Sky Loft Treehouse (Dundee)
The Sky Loft Treehouse is a one-bedroom and one-bathroom location and has a queen size bed for guests to relax in. There is a full bath with the necessary amenities that guests will need during their stay.
The location is rural, so expect a limited Wi-Fi connection. During the wintertime, a four-wheel drive vehicle is recommended to make it through the ice and snow. While pets are allowed, they need to be kept off of the bed.
There is a gas fire pit, as well as an outdoor shower. Though there isn’t a TV, this can be a benefit for those looking to soak up nature and take a break from screens.
The interior of the treehouse is quaint, yet comfortable. Guests will be able to fully unplug and enjoy their stay, without hearing any excessive road noise.
14. The Nest Treehouse (Glenmont)
The Nest is great as a honeymoon suite, though it can work as any type of romantic stay. There are beautiful local grapevines that have been woven through the railing on the deck, providing a unique touch.
The wraparound deck is great for lounging about and enjoying the sunset, as well as admiring the sky full of stars at nightfall. Inside the treehouse, there is a queen bed and a half bath.
There is an outdoor shower, as well as a charcoal grill. For those wishing to grill, you’ll need to bring your own bag of charcoal. There is no cable, so other means of entertainment will need to be packed
Board games can be a great item to bring along, as they can entertain families for hours. Even a deck of cards is a fun addition to your luggage when you’re heading out to The Nest Treehouse on your next vacation.
15. Beech Treehouse (Hocking Hills)
The Beech Treehouse works great for a small family or even two couples vacationing together. It provides a great chance to reconnect with nature, with a stunning wraparound deck.
There is a Wi-Fi connection, which allows connection to the outside world. Guests may find themselves too busy enjoying the outdoor shower, the wood-fired hot tub, and the electric fireplace to mindlessly scroll social media, though.
A quaint kitchenette allows guests to bring groceries and cook basic meals. There is also a spiral staircase, which is a beautiful addition to the treehouse.
This is a great option for those with kids, as it has plenty of room and the kiddos will likely enjoy using the outdoor shower. However, they should be watched when around the staircase.
16. El Castillo Treehouse (Glenmont)
The El Castillo Treehouse features leather furnishings and various rustic touches, as well as a stone shower. There is a well-appointed kitchen and a bedroom loft with a king bed. In the living area, there is a queen-sized murphy bed for extra sleeping quarters.
There is a full bath, as well as an outdoor shower. The kitchen is stocked with the basics, including an electric stove with two burners.
Guests will enjoy getting reacquainted with nature and enjoying the silence and solitude that comes along with staying in a treehouse. Enjoy your morning coffee or tea while admiring the surrounding natural beauty, which is a great start to any day.
17. Tullihas in the Trees Treehouse (Frazeysburg)
This treehouse is off-grid, which makes for a unique experience for guests used to the comforts of home. There is no electricity, running water, or central heating, and there is only limited cell service.
Guests will have access to a composting outhouse, a fire pit, and plenty of outdoor fun waiting to be had. If you want to make it a family vacation, there is one double bed, one single bed, and two cots. This provides plenty of room for younger kids and parents to experience this amazing location.
Sleeping bags are recommended, especially during the winter months. The treehouse is located on a 230-acre farm, making it an exciting opportunity for young kids to explore and spot farm animals and learn about life in the country.
During the evening, there are millions of stars to spot and guests will be treated to spectacular sunrises and sunsets. This truly is a family vacation that won’t soon be forgotten, as your kids will be raving about the adventure for months to come.
18. Somewhere to Be Treehouse Cabin (Rockbridge)
This treehouse cabin has two bedrooms and one bathroom and is shaped like an A-frame cabin. It’s close in proximity to both Old Mans Cave and Conkles Hollow, two popular destinations in the area.
Guests can expect quiet seclusion in nature, as well as a lack of cell service. Pets are not allowed due to wildlife in the area.
There is a fire pit, a hot tub, and a large private deck. Guests looking to unplug and reconnect with themselves and loved ones will enjoy the time spent at the treehouse, which is truly a hidden gem.
There is a king bed and a queen bed, which can comfortably sleep four guests. The kitchen has the basics and you can cook your favorite meal while enjoying the beautiful natural surroundings out the window.
19. Maple View Tree House (Hocking Hills)
The Maple View treehouse can host up to four guests, plus pets. There is a cable bridge that guests need to cross to reach the treehouse, which can be exciting, especially for younger kids.
The deck on the treehouse is expansive and provides a unique bird’s eye view of the surrounding property. There is also a propane BBQ on the deck, allowing guests to grill their favorite meal.
There is no cable and no Wi-Fi, meaning that guests will need to be able to disconnect to truly enjoy the experience. Instead of scrolling social media, you’ll enjoy hitting the hot tub and soaking for an hour or two.
Nothing beats soaking in nature while being elevated in the trees. This is a unique way to experience Ohio and many guests of the Maple View wish to come back time and time again.
20. The Tin Shed Treehouse (Glenmont)
This treehouse features a 100-foot extension bridge, which is great for those looking for a unique entrance to their accommodation. To reach the bridge, guests must climb a 25-foot spiral staircase. This isn’t for the faint of heart but many guests enjoy the experience.
The treehouse is equipped with a small kitchen, which includes all of the necessities. There is also a full bath with a shower, though there is also an outdoor shower option
To reach the sleeping loft, guests must climb a ladder. There are two queen beds, which provide plenty of space to get comfortable and enjoy a relaxing and rejuvenating stay. Guests will be treated to amazing sunrises and sunsets, as there is an expansive view.
21. The Arrow Treehouse (Dundee)
The Arrow Treehouse is a quaint one-bed, one-bath A-frame cabin that can accommodate two guests. There is a unique swinging rope bridge, as well as a claw foot bathtub that brings a rustic touch to the interior.
Though the treehouse is great for couples, featuring a queen size bed, it has not been designed with children in mind. This is a rural area, with limited Wi-Fi and connection. Pets are allowed to come along on the adventure as well.
There is a wood stove, as well as a fridge and a working AC unit. Guests should expect a clean, very welcoming stay at the treehouse. There are all of the basic necessities, with a bit of luxury included.
Outside, there is a soaking tub that makes for a relaxing dip after a day spent soaking up nature. This is a rental that you’ll find yourself coming back to again and again.
22. Treehouse Lodge (Dundee)
This treehouse has an impressive three bedrooms and two baths. With six beds, it can comfortably accommodate up to twelve guests. This makes it ideally suited for small family get-togethers.
Overall, the decor and design are modern with a few rustic touches. The treehouse itself was designed out of two shipping containers, which gives it a unique twist.
The kitchen has all of the appliances and cookware that you could want, with a comfortable living area that has three couches and a natural gas indoor fireplace.
Outside, you will be treated to a large deck with a BBQ grill. For those looking to grill up some steaks, this is the perfect touch for their vacation.
The open concept design makes this a comfortable place to enjoy family, as everyone can spread out. The location itself is relatively secluded but there is Wi-Fi in order to stay connected.
23. The Box Treehouse (Dundee)
The Box Treehouse is made from a shipping container and has one bedroom and one bathroom within the interior. There are two beds, which can accommodate up to four guests. One bed is a queen size and the other is an air mattress.
Large windows allow plenty of natural light in, which makes for an enjoyable way to wake up in the mornings. The treehouse is kept clean and there is plenty of privacy, more so than you would get at any hotel in the area.
In the fall, the leaves change to orange, red, and yellow shades and it becomes an even more beautiful view when you look out the window. It’s highly recommended to book your trip during this time, as it makes for a truly unique experience.
If you want to hike, there are nearby trails and as a bonus, pets are allowed. There is a kitchenette inside the treehouse, allowing guests to craft their own meals and enjoy them with loved ones.
24. The Shack Treehouse (Dundee)
The Shack features a 40-foot swinging bridge, with a large deck and a gas fire pit. There is also a soaking tub, which many guests rave about after their stay.
There is one bedroom and one bathroom, with two beds in total. The maximum occupancy is four guests, which makes it perfect for small families.
Within the treehouse, there is Wi-Fi. This allows guests to enjoy the great outdoors while staying connected to loved ones back home and not feeling cut off from the news or any emergency calls.
Guests are allowed to bring pets, which means you won’t have to worry about boarding your beloved furry friend. Depending on how many animals you plan to bring, you may need to reach out to the host beforehand.
25. The Treehouse Glamping Cabin at Dragonfly Lake (Woodsfield)
This glamping cabin has one bedroom and one bathroom and is located on 20 acres of secluded property, providing guests plenty of privacy. For those looking for an off grid cabin, this one is near the foothills of the Appalachian Mountains.
Within the treehouse, there is a queen bed and two twin beds. The property runs off solar power, making it a green option for those looking to reduce their footprint.
There are kayaks, paddle boards, and a paddle boat that can be used to explore Dragonfly Lake. If you wish to go fishing, make sure to pack your gear. With so many opportunities to enjoy the lake, families will have an action-packed stay at the cabin.
If you’re looking to unplug and relax in your treehouse rental, this is a great option. It has comfortable amenities and beautiful views, with plenty of privacy from the outside world.
26. Luxury Treehouse Getaway with Treetop Views (Millersburg)
This luxurious treehouse rental has one bedroom and one bathroom and is suspended 30 feet off the ground. The surrounding property is 38 acres and is within Amish country.
The treehouse has a king bed, as well as a living area with a sofa. There is a covered porch that’s perfect for taking in the surrounding views.
For those wanting to take a soak, there is a two-person jetted tub. In the kitchen, guests will find a stovetop and a fridge, as well as the basics for cooking basic meals.
There are a few amazing restaurant options in the nearby town, for those who don’t wish to cook while on vacation. Downtown Berlin is enjoyable to walk around and has great shopping for tourists.
If you don’t want to go into town, it’s recommended that you bring some groceries with you so you can cook while staying at the treehouse.
27. The Treehouse at Brandywine Grove (Sugarcreek)
The Treehouse at Brandywine Grove has two beds and one bath. There is a small kitchenette and a spacious living area.
The beds are both king-size, which is a luxurious touch to this beautiful treehouse. Guests who are seeking seclusion will enjoy sleeping under the trees and enjoying the ambient sounds of nature and wildlife.
This treehouse features clear attention to detail and is suspended 22 feet in the air. Unfortunately, no pets are allowed and you’ll have to find other accommodation for your furry friends.
Unlike a hotel stay, guests will be treated to stunning views and amazing opportunities to watch the sunrise in the mornings. Instead of being neighbored by people on either side of the wall, you’ll have a quiet area all to yourself.
28. Buckeye Barn Tree House (Hocking Hills)
The Buckeye Barn Tree House can host up to four guests and has a rustic feel, which many enjoy when they’re taking an outdoor vacation. There is a front and back deck, with the front portion hosting a hot tub.
In the back, there is a propane grill that’s available to use. There is no cable and no Wi-Fi connection, so guests will need to rely on cell service to stay connected to the outside world.
The kitchen has a fridge, a microwave, a double burner stovetop, and the basics such as pots and pans and utensils. There is more than enough to fix up a basic meal so you can save on dining out expenses.
There is a TV with a DVD player, so if you have any old DVDs lying around, you may want to consider bringing them. On the property, there are hiking trails that lead to seasonal waterfalls.
Once you get back to the treehouse, you can enjoy the indoor shower and then head to the shared fire pit to enjoy roasting some s’mores and socializing with other treehouse renters.
29. Old Pine Treehouse (South Bloomingville)
This quaint and charming treehouse is one of the various rentals put on by the Mohican Treehouse Resort. Guests can gain access to the treehouse via a spiral staircase and a suspension bridge. There are antique touches that will make your stay a unique one if you have an eye for detail.
Between private decks and expansive windows, guests are sure to soak in the amazing views all around. There are two bedrooms, both furnished with queen beds. Guests should keep in mind that there is limited cell service, due to the location.
If you think you may want to grill, bring a bag of charcoal to light up the grill. In the kitchen, you’ll find all of the necessary items such as plates and utensils to enjoy your delicious meal. In the morning, you can make a cup of coffee in the complimentary coffeemaker, which comes with coffee and filters.