More than half of the Evergreen state is filled with forests, meaning we've lost count of how many trees there really are. Have you ever wondered just how many lodgings there could actually be in them? That's why we sat down to make an epic list of the most exotic treehouses in Washington that'll have you dreaming of a getaway ASAP. 

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Whether or not you enjoy the bounty of the outdoors, who doesn't like that secluded weekend vacay? So we know you'll be tripping about this for sure.

We've rounded up everything from bark-cabins with hot tubs and romantic outdoor showers to pot-friendly houses in the branches. 

And the best part? Some of them are even less than $100 per night! You're welcome. 

Treehouse Point

Price Per Night: $300 and up

Address: 6922 Preston-Fall City Rd SE, Issaquah, WA

Why You Need To Go: There's a whole village of one-of-a-kind houses up in the trees, plus you can borrow picnic supplies for a garden party by a secluded creek. 

Pleasant Bay Lookout

Price Per Night: $95

Neighborhood: Bellingham, WA

Why You Need To Go: This romantic nook comes with a hot tub overlooking the Salish Sea and a wall in the room made of glass. 


Sir Cedric's Cedar Treehouse

Price Per Night: $175

Neighborhood: Ferndale, WA

Why You Need To Go: A 4-foot-wide Western Red Cedar passes directly through the middle of this spot plus it comes with a complimentary 'Emergency S'more Kit' by their private firepit. 

Pot Leaf Tree House 

Price Per Night: $200

Neighborhood: Mountain Views Tree House Joint, 14308 Reiner Rd., Monroe, WA

Why You Need To Go: You can chill in hammocks, reconnect with nature at the outdoor shower, play with a pig in a tutu, or smoke anywhere you want at this weed-friendly getaway.

Forest House

Price Per Night: $175/2-night minimum stay

Address: 2500-2898, Raccoon Point Rd, Eastsound, WA

Why You Need To Go: All the rooms in this magical Hobbit lodge are connected by bridges! For added luxury, it comes with a Japanese sunken tub + skylight for your stargazing needs.

Hilltop Treehouse Retreat

Price Per Night: $249/2-night minimum stay

Address: Lopez Island, WA

Why You Need To Go: According to the website, it was named one of the Top 10 Airbnb U.S. treehouses! You'll have to take a bouncy bridge to get to this spot + it has an outdoor shower. 

Treehouse with Panoramic Views

Price Per Night: $70 

Address: Olympia, WA

Why You Need To Go: This 190-square foot space is right out of a magazine. The loft bed and complimentary hot chocolate alone will have you saying yes to this. 

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