Head out on a unique getaway in Georgia’s captivating treehouses! As a seasoned explorer and native Georgia peach, I’ve scoured the state, uncovering the finest treehouse retreats for your perfect escape.
From the North Georgia mountains to the heart of Atlanta and the charming suburbs and Savannah, these accommodations promise an unforgettable connection with nature. Let me be your expert guide to the best treehouse rentals in Georgia–just pick one and secure your spot!
Whether you crave an intimate hideaway for two or a spacious haven for up to eight guests, Georgia’s treehouses cater to every group size. Experience the spectrum of comfort, from rustic camping vibes to luxurious glamping amenities.
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1. Atlanta Alpaca Treehouse
Nestled in a private bamboo forest, this treehouse offers a memorable stay and even hosts weddings. Despite being in the heart of Atlanta, the magical experience makes you forget you’re in the city. The llamas and alpacas on the rescue farm add an adorable touch–don’t forget the baby carrots!
2. Archimedes’ Nest at the Emu Ranch
Archimedes’ Nest, a dreamy treehouse on an Emu Ranch near East Atlanta Village, offers a luxury stay with all the essentials. Witness emus, turkeys, swans, and peafowl roaming the ranch during your relaxing getaway.
3. Canopy Blue Luxury Treehouse
Discover Canopy Blue, a three-story treehouse gem nestled in the Blue Ridge Mountains’ Aska Adventure area. With direct access to the Benton Mackaye Trail, it’s a hiker’s paradise! This Vrbo retreat accommodates up to six guests in its four beds and one full bathroom.
Enjoy outdoor living on the expansive 1000-square-foot deck and unwind in the hot tub beneath the trees. With the convenience of being just 10 minutes from downtown Blue Ridge by car, Canopy Blue offers the perfect blend of adventure and relaxation.
4. Inn The Ravine Luxury Treehouse
Inn the Ravine Treehouse, nestled in the Chattahoochee National Forest, offers direct hiking access to the Benton Mackaye Trail in the Aska Adventure area. This charming home features two bedrooms, a full bathroom, a kitchen, a living area, a 1000-square-foot deck, and a fire pit.
Accommodating up to five guests, it’s an ideal retreat. For larger groups, consider booking both nearby cabin rentals–Inn the Ravine and the Canopy Blue Treehouse, conveniently located next to each other.
5. ATL Treehouse
Celebrate a unique birthday or anniversary at ATL Treehouse! They offer a platinum package with a celebrity chef-cooked dinner, massages, and a violinist. Perfect for an Atlanta staycation, it provides a getaway vibe for locals.
6. Owl in the Oak Treehouse
Owl in the Oak, a Duluth treehouse, provides an off-grid stay near the city with a wraparound deck, a queen bed, a kitchenette, and a small bathroom. It includes an outlet for charging devices, allowing you to stay connected if desired.
Owl in the Oak Treehouse hosted me for a stay in April 2021. Nonetheless, all opinions are my own.
7. Bed+Bough Treehouse
An hour north of Atlanta, discover Bed + Bough treehouse in North Georgia. With one bedroom, one bathroom, and an outdoor area with a built-in grill, picnic table, and fire pit, it’s a storybook escape. Whether exploring Dahlonega’s wineries or hiking, this is your ideal retreat!
Stay Dahlonega hosted me for a stay in February 2021. Nonetheless, all opinions are my own.
8. Daybreak Treehouse
Daybreak, a craftsmen-designed luxury property by Stay Dahlonega in North Georgia, offers an idyllic weekend getaway. With one bedroom, two bathrooms, a kitchenette, and a spacious wrap-around deck showcasing mountain views, it’s just minutes from Dahlonega’s top wineries.
9. 6 Ponds Farm Treehouse
This private treehouse is located on 6 Ponds Farm, a 30-acre female-owned farm in the North Georgia mountains. In addition to running water, wifi, and a kitchen, discover a tree loft with a fireplace and hot tub adjacent to the back porch.
Guests also enjoy access to a fire pit, garden area, bikes, and a hiking trail. Perfect for families, kids can have fun feeding the chickens, goats, rabbits, and donkeys.
10. Whippoorwill Retreat Treehouse
Discover the luxurious Whippoorwill Retreat, one of Georgia’s finest tree houses available on Airbnb, complete with the services of a professional chef!
Situated on Sand Mountain, just 20 minutes from downtown Chattanooga, this impeccably crafted home features a stunning wraparound porch and a unique luggage lift named “Donald the Butler.” It accommodates up to four guests in style, with two bedrooms and two bathrooms.
11. Secluded Intown Treehouse
This incredible Airbnb rental has a significant waiting period–typically about two years in advance, and is quite the splurge! However, guests agree that this charming treehouse, made up of three connected rooms with adorable rope bridges, is worth the wait and expense.
12. Diamond Oaks Treehouse Skylight Suite
The magical Diamond Oaks Treehouse sits in a historic fishing village minutes from Savannah’s highlights. You can sleep in the treehouse, weather permitting, and enjoy the company of sweet cats who love interacting with guests!
13. Wiley Mountain Lodge
Wiley Mountain Lodge, among the largest treehouse cabins in Georgia, accommodates up to eight guests. Originally built as an inn for Tallulah Falls Locomotive Trains visitors in the early 1900s, it has transformed into a charming mountain retreat for the whole family.
14. Treasure Hunt Tree House in Metro Atlanta
In Kennesaw, this backyard treehouse stands out with a unique treasure hunt. Decorated by the owner, it offers a full bathroom with towels, handmade soap, and snacks. Engage in the treasure hunt with clues, puzzles, and riddles throughout the Airbnb, leading to a prize.
15. Romantic Tree House Retreat with 15 Private Acres
If you’d like an escape to the mountains without forgoing any comforts, this romantic treehouse is for you! With exceptional amenities like a Japanese Ofuro Soaking Tub, a fully equipped kitchen, a fire pit, and heating/air conditioning, you’ll feel right at home here.
16. Urban Glass Tree House
Urban Glass Tree House, one of Atlanta’s coolest treehouses in West Midtown, sits just two blocks from Atlantic Station and the Georgia Tech Campus. With two bedrooms, two bathrooms, and a gourmet kitchen, it’s ideal for group getaways, accommodating up to seven guests.
17. Oasis Treehouse
Discover Oasis Treehouse, a serene forest sanctuary just 10 minutes from downtown Atlanta. This modern treehouse accommodates up to four guests! Complete with a composting toilet, a small kitchenette, and a private outdoor shower with hot water, it’s the perfect urban oasis.
18. Treehouse Cabin Creekside Home
Discover this charming Summerville treehouse cabin nestled along Storey Mill Creek in the Chattahoochee National Forest. It’s your perfect retreat with a cozy bedroom, bathroom, full kitchen, hot tub, and fire pit. Step outside for outdoor activities like hiking, fishing, kayaking, and swimming.
19. Blue Ridge TreeHouse at Bear Claw Vineyards
Built by The Treehouse Guys, this Blue Ridge cabin rental at Bear Claw Vineyards includes a queen bed, a full bathroom, and a living area. Discover an outdoor BBQ, fire pit, and rocking chairs on the front porch. Plus, the deck provides an incredible view of Little Sugar Creek and the vineyard!
20. Le Petit Chateau at Candlelight Forest
Le Petit Chateau in Candlelight Forest boasts a distinctive French farmhouse décor. With space for six guests, it features a deck with a Canopy Kitchenette for the perfect grilling experience. Despite being in Chickamauga, Georgia, it’s only 18 minutes from downtown Chattanooga!
21. Sophie’s Roost at Candlelight Forest
Sophie’s Roost, the second treehouse at Candlelight Forest Resort, boasts Chattanooga-inspired décor by Sophie’s. Enjoy exclusive access to the resort grounds and amenities, including fishing and canoeing on Lake Angela, scenic hiking trails, and family-friendly cornhole games.
22. Treehouse with Elegance in Ellijay
Located in Ellijay, this treehouse is ideally situated to explore North Georgia, just a short drive from downtown Ellijay, Blue Ridge, Amicalola Falls, and local vineyards. Ideal for an anniversary or special occasion, it features a jacuzzi on the back porch with a beautiful mountain overlook.
23. Secluded Stash Treehouse
Secret Stash Treehouse is a secluded retreat on over 80 acres, providing the perfect blend of nature and amenities just 2 miles from downtown Dahlonega. Enjoy the nearby babbling creek or the rhythmic rain on the metal roof, making it an ideal getaway for couples or small families.
24. Sky’s the Limit Treehouse
Experience unparalleled luxury at Sky’s the Limit, a brand-new treehouse near Helen. With innovative features like a pure air jacuzzi and wood fireplace, this treehouse is designed for an exclusive and unforgettable stay.
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This article was first published in November 2020 and has since been updated.