When I was a kid we had the best treehouse in my dad's backyard. It was huge and super magical. It was where I spent most of my time and conjured up many of my childhood dreams. The nostalgia I get just from thinking about that treehouse makes me want to desperately go back to being a 9-year-old girl when my only concerns were if my dad was going to make me come inside for dinner.\nGrowing up you start to think you may never get to hang in a treehouse again. Well, get that idea out of your head because there are handfuls of dope spots in BC that you can rent a treehouse with your friends. None of these places will remind you of the treehouses you played in as a kid. They are way more luxurious, but equally as awesome.\nHere are eight dope treehouses you can rent in B.C.:\nEditor's Choice: Crews In BC Accidentally Rescued Stranded Hikers During A Night-Vision Test Flight\n\n\nNarcity may receive a small commission if you buy something from this article, which was created independently by Narcity's editorial team just for you.\nSan Cobble Treehouse, Mill Bay, Vancouver Island, BC\nAirbnb\nFeatures: Legit backyard treehouse, this one is actually in someone's backyard and they give you access to the hot tub and the pool.\nAccommodates: 2 people\nCost: $64 per night\nDistance from Vancouver: 3 hours, 30 min\nBook Here\nFree Spirit Spheres, Qualicum Beach, BC\nView this post on Instagram A post shared by Lacey Iris (@laceyiris)\nFeatures: There are three private spheres suspended in the tree offered by Free Spirit Spheres.\nAccommodates: 2 people\nCost: From $334 per night\nDistance from Vancouver: 3 hours, 30 min\nBook Here\nShaky Knees Tree House, Likely, BC\nAirbnb\nFeatures: Perched 7 metres up in red cedar and Douglas fir trees, wrap-around deck, hammocks\nAccommodates: 2 people\nCost: $139 per night\nDistance from Vancouver: 7 hours, 30 min\nBook Here\nThe Treehouse Cottage, Sechelt, BC\nView this post on Instagram A post shared by Kari Schultz (@travel_dreaming)\nFeatures: 2 queen beds, huge tub, wood-burning fireplace, multiple decks, outdoor firepit, BBQ, hot tub, in-cottage massage, 3-minute walk to the beach.\nAccommodates: 2 people\nCost: $249 per night\nDistance from Vancouver: 2 hours, 10 min\nBook Here\nSecret Cove Treehouse, Halfmoon Bay, BC\nAirbnb\nFeatures: 2 one-bedroom treehouse suites, rain shower for two, deck overlooking Secret Cove, BBQ and hand-knit slippers.\nAccommodates: 2 people\nCost: $269 per night\nDistance: 2 hours, 30 min\nBook Here\nOuta The Woods, Wardner, BC\nAirbnb\nFeatures: Two-sided front deck, loft bedroom, walk-out balcony, double hammock, solar-powered, beautiful view of the Rocky Mountains, 2 handmade spiral staircases.\nAccommodates: 4 people\nCost: $200 per night\nDistance: 10 hours, 30 min\nBook Here\nThe Cliffhouse, Galiano Island\nView this post on Instagram A post shared by ⓁⒶⓊⓇⒶ (@lauralynndyck)\nFeatures: 2 spacious decks, indoor wood fireplace, Jacuzzi tub, solarium, outdoor shower, close to the beach, BBQ.\nAccommodates: 4 people\nCost: From $209 per night\nDistance: 2 hours\nBook Here\nThe Bird House, Chilliwack, BC\nAirbnb\nFeatures: One acre of gorgeous private land, large deck, newly renovated, outdoor shower\nAccommodates: 2 people\nCost: $224 per night\nDistance: 1 hour, 45 min\nBook Here\nPrices and terms of occupancy are confirmed at the time of publishing, but they can change at any time.\nBefore you get going, check our Responsible Travel Guide so you can be informed, be safe, be smart, and most of all, be respectful on your adventure.