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12 Diverse Treehouse Rentals in North Carolina You Shouldn’t Miss

Experience the beauty of nature in North Carolina, where the state offers three different landscapes for you to explore. You can find The Appalachian Mountains in the west, the Piedmont region with its plateaus, and of course, the Atlantic coast that features the state’s beautiful beaches.

12 Diverse Treehouse Rentals in North Carolina You Shouldn’t Miss

With so much beauty and adventures to experience in North Carolina, it’s no surprise solo travelers, families, and couples love visiting the state for its endless offerings of fun and adventure. I particularly love the diverse accommodations found in the state, most specifically their off-the-grid treehouse cabins, cocoon treehouses, luxury cabins, and so much more.

And so, I did my research and found 12 of the most exciting treehouse rentals in North Carolina for a wide range of needs and preferences. Each one of these treehouse cabins is beautiful on its own, offering unique experiences you can’t find anywhere else.

Here are 12 diverse treehouse rentals in North Carolina you shouldn’t miss:

1. The Carolina Treehouse in Charlotte

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Location: Charlotte, North Carolina

Price: $275/night


Overlooking a private pond, you get to experience the charms of nature with the Carolina Treehouse in Charlotte. It is surrounded by quiet woodland, making it a calming hideaway offering you every opportunity to connect with nature.

It sleeps 2 adults, featuring a wraparound porch, an outdoor grill, a hammock on the porch, and beautiful interior details.

2. Secluded Treehouse

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Location: Old Fort, North Carolina

Price: $275/night


Set in a 14-acre property, this treehouse is only 10 minutes away from the town of Black Mountain, where you’ll find a great selection of charming shops offering local art and crafts. The treehouse is set in a woodland, where a swinging bridge brings you to your cabin, featuring a large deck overlooking the front area.

More features include an outdoor hot tub, outdoor shower, fast WiFi, and a bed with luxurious bedding. There’s also a fully-equipped kitchen, HDTV with Hulu and Netflix, AC, a private backyard, and security cameras on the property.

3. Luxury Stone and Timber Treehouse

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Location: Concord, North Carolina

Price: $175/night, a minimum of 2 nights


Located within a 40-acre farm estate, this gorgeous treehouse offers a “glamping” experience for 2 people. It is surrounded by towering pine trees, featuring a hot tub, fire pit, a bedroom with a Queen bed, a private deck, and an outdoor dining area. A propane grill is also found, where you can cook and BBQ.

An Eco Bathroom is provided for guests, which is a short distance from the treehouse. The men’s and women’s toilets are separated but with a shared exterior sink, and outdoor rainforest shower. There’s also a shared Farm Kitchen on the property, where guests from other accommodations can prepare meals. There are a few kitchen appliances such as a fridge, microwave, and pots and pans.

Other shared amenities include an above-ground pool and deck, a 7-person hot tub, and a fire pit.

4. Boone Cocoon

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Location: Boone, North Carolina

Price: $175/night, a minimum of 2 nights

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This North Carolina treehouse rental is something for the more adventurous traveler. It’s not your typical treehouse, as it’s literally shaped like a cocoon that’s elevated up into the trees.

Dubbed “primitive glamping,” each treehouse is a 10-foot-in diameter hanging pod, suspended from hardwood trees and connected to a suspended bridge.

Located only 10 minutes from Blowing Rock, each cocoon features a private shower, a bed that’s good for two people, as well as shared amenities within the property.

5. Mountain Treehouse

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Location: Beech Mountain, North Carolina

Price: $151/night

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Get to experience the beauty of Beech Mountain with this mountain treehouse, which is less than a mile from the lifts of the Beech Mountain Resort. Perfect for families and large groups, it features two bedrooms with a living room that has a futon, accommodating 6 or more people.

The treehouse also has a fully-equipped kitchen, two full bathrooms, a design room, and a wraparound deck for full views of the stunning surroundings.

6. Cherry Treesort Treehouse

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Location: China Grove, North Carolina

Price: $175/night


A treehouse resort that offers fun and adventure within the property, you’ll find a zipline, a mini golf course, and a rope bridge along with stunning views of the woods. There are 8 treehouse options in the resort, each offering different features and accommodations.

The Big Nick is the biggest, being able to sleep 8 people, with 3 queen bedrooms and a futon in the living area. Each treehouse has a kitchenette, reliable WiFi, and a deck area offering beautiful views of the surrounding trees and woodland.

7. Treehouse with Stunning Views in Every Room - Penrose

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Location: Penrose, North Carolina

Price: $150/night

Website: Book on Vrbo

Located only minutes from the entrance of the Pisgah National Forest, this treehouse is perfect as a jumping point to a wide range of adventure and activities. You can kayak, canoe, hike, fish, or go tubing on the Davidson River, which is nearby.

There are two bedrooms, with the main perfect for adults and the second bedroom for kids. There’s a large porch for stunning outdoor views, expansive windows, and plenty of recreational activities inside, such as board games and reading.

Other features include a living room, a desk area, a bathroom, and a fully-equipped kitchen.

8. Magnolia Mountain Home

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Location: Fairview, North Carolina

Price: $590/night

Website: Book on Expedia

A huge mountain home, this rental can sleep 9 people, making it perfect for a large family or group of friends. It has a large outdoor hot tub, which offers the perfect way to cool down after a long hike at the Blue Ridge Parkway.

Features of the rental include 4 bedrooms, a fully-equipped kitchen, an all-glass sunroom, a large deck, a living area, and a restaurant, coffee shops, and food trucks are within walking distance of the property.

9. Treehouse Vineyards

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Location: Monroe, North Carolina

Price: $175-$200/night


With a setting on a vineyard, this treehouse rental definitely sets itself apart from all the other treehouse accommodations in North Carolina. It features a kitchenette and a private deck, and within the property, you’ll find wine-tasting and vineyard tours.

There are three treehouses to choose from, with the Horsefeathers Hideaway being the cabin that offers sleeping amenities. There's one bedroom with a queen size bed plus two pull-out sofas, accommodating a group of 6 people. There’s also one full bathroom, a half bath, a kitchenette, A/C, and heating, and there’s also hot and cold water.

10. Creekside Treehouse

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Location: Murphy, North Carolina

Price: $150/night, 2 nights minimum


A treehouse situated above a running creek, this accommodation offers a place for 4 people. It features a wooden deck, an outdoor grill, and a fire pit. It is set in a 10-acre property called the North Sungate Farms, where a wide range of activities are to be explored.

You can bike around, kayak on the stream, expire at the nearby beach, or head to nearby hike trails.

11. Asheville’s Luxury Treehouse

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Location: Asheville, North Carolina

Price: $450/night

Website: Book on Vrbo

This luxurious tree house features a 360-degree deck offering magnificent views of the mountains and natural surroundings. It can accommodate a group of 4, making it a perfect choice for small families or a group of friends.

What makes it luxurious is not just the beautiful exteriors, but also the amenities you’ll find inside, which include a fully-equipped kitchen, reliable WiFi, and a location that’s nearby local shops and restaurants.

12. The Treehouse OBX

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Location: Colington Island, North Carolina

Price: $140/night

Website: Booko on Vrbo

The Treehouse OBX may not look luxurious on the outside but once you step inside, you will be welcomed with its cozy and home-away-from-home atmosphere. It has 2 bedrooms and sleeps 4, making it the perfect treehouse for a family. It also features a well-equipped kitchen, a living room, a deck, and a central A/C.

Two bikes also come with the treehouse rental, so you can bike out into town and explore the rest of the island. There’s high-speed internet, making it a perfect place to work from home while the rest of the family enjoys their own adventures on the island.

North Carolina is home to historical attractions, top natural wonders, and a region of so much adventure to explore.  Book your stay in any of these treehouse rentals in North Carolina and enjoy the beautiful outdoors withut stepping one foot outside the properties.

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