You Can Spend The Night In A Treehouse Near Oklahoma's Tallest Waterfall
You'll have the most incredible views.
Ever since Airbnbs became popular, it's as though any other way of visiting a new city or state doesn't exist. With so many awesome rental options out there, it's easy to see why. Oklahoma, in particular, has many gorgeous rentals to look into, but the ones that are near The Sooner State's hidden nature gems are by far the best. This bird's nest Airbnb in Oklahoma is the place to stay if in the future you're looking at visiting Turner Falls, which is just minutes away.
Turner Falls is temporarily closed to the public due to COVID-19 concerns, however, it's certainly not a permanent change.
Soon enough life will resume as normal, and by then you'll want to have all of your dream trips planned out to a T.
Dubbed "Bird's Nest Treehouse" by Superhost Miranda, this Airbnb id the perfect rental to stay at once Turner Falls reopens, or even now if you're interested in finding a spot with a change of scenery.
And one that offers seclusion, of course!
This Airbnb sits 15 feet above the ground and offers incredible views of Arbuckle Mountains whether you're inside the rental or gazing out from the porch.
The rental is $180 per night before any added fees, or just $90 split between two people.
There's one bedroom with a king-sized bed and one sofa bed in the common space.
There are 32 amenities included in your stay, such as air conditioning, cable TV, a dryer, and much more.
You'll never get bored here, especially with what's practically in your backyard!
Turner Falls is home to Oklahoma's largest waterfall, and it's definitely worth a visit.
You can make a quick trip or spend hours here, it's totally up to you.
The next time you're planning a trip out to Davis, Oklahoma, this Airbnb should be at the tip-top of your list of places to stay.
Bird's Nest Treehouse
Price Per Night: $180
Address Or Neighbourhood: Davis, OK
Why You Need To Go: You'll feel like you're floating in the sky while being nearby one of Oklahoma's prettiest parks.