If you’ve ever dreamed of falling asleep amongst the trees, you’re in luck. There are so many dreamy treehouses you can rent that are less than three hours from Ottawa. Get ready to unleash your inner child, and experience an unique stay like no other!

For those wanting to escape the hustle and bustle of the city and get truly lost in nature, how about a night sleeping alongside the birds?

For an accommodation experience like no other, you can actually rent a treehouse near Ottawa.

It's worth noting that many of these places are truly off-grid. Wifi, air conditioning and en-suite bathrooms are rare, and you should prepare for a camping experience, rather than a hotel stay.

That said, some of them come fully equipped with kitchens, hot showers and even hairdryers!

From 18-foot-high huts, to treehouse resorts and "isolation treehouses," there’s plenty of unique options that are just outside the city. 

If you really love living life up in the trees, you could even embark on a treehouse road trip, and visit several of these top spots in Quebec, Ontario and possibly even further.

Call your BFFs, pack your bags, and leave your fear of heights at home. It’s time for a sky-high adventure.

The Sol Treehouse Resort

Price Per Night: From $160 per night, plus taxes & fees

Minimum Stay: Two nights

Neighbourhood: Saint-Sauveur, QC

Why You Need To Go: This magical “treehouse resort” is nestled within a large Canadian sugar maple. From here, you’ll be able to experience the natural beauty of the forest, without having to leave too many creature-comforts at home. While the 200 square-foot treehouse is pretty basic, there’s a nearby building with toilets, a shower, a full kitchen, and a dining/entertainment area.


Hummingbird Treehouse

Price Per Night: From $175 per night, plus taxes & fees

Minimum Stay: Two nights

Neighbourhood: Wentworth-Nord, QC

Why You Need To Go: If you’re looking for a treehouse experience with a few more modern amenities, this could be the perfect place for you. These 18-foot-high huts come fully equipped with a toilet, bathroom and all the basic amenities you’ll need. If that wasn't enough, this Airbnb also offers access to a nearby spa and sauna. 


Mont-Tremblant Treehouses

Price Per Night: From $236 per night, plus taxes & fees

Minimum Stay: Two nights

Neighbourhood: Saint-Faustin-Lac-Carré, QC

Why You Need To Go: This place is described as “somewhere between a chalet and camping.” It’s perfect for adventure-lovers, as there’s walking trails, lakes, picnic opportunities and water-sports. There’s enough equipment here for you to cook and serve meals, so you can escape with nothing but your S/O for a relaxing getaway.


Isolation Treehouse

Price Per Night: From $190 per night, plus taxes & fees

Minimum Stay: Two nights

Neighbourhood: Ottawa, ON

Why You Need To Go: This custom-designed treehouse is totally off-grid, which means there’s no power or central water. While this sounds daunting, you’ll be able to truly escape your everyday life, and get as close to nature as possible. You’ll enjoy 100 acres of deep forest, a waterside location and the sounds of “songbirds, turtles, squirrels, and wolves.” Sounds like an adventure, eh?


The Wakefield Treehouse

Price Per Night: From $195 per night, plus taxes & fees

Minimum Stay: One night

Neighbourhood: Wakefield, QC

Why You Need To Go: Located less than an hour from downtown Ottawa, this place is perfect for a mini-escape. Not only is it surprisingly affordable, it’s also got the most tranquil surroundings. Perfect for those “seeking quiet solitude,” it’s an awesome spot to stargaze, sunset-watch and escape your day-to-day worries. Dreamy.


Chalet Perché

Price Per Night: From $154 per night, plus taxes & fees

Minimum Stay: One night

Neighbourhood: Nominingue, QC

Why You Need To Go: This treehouse is the place you always dreamed of visiting as a kid. It’s more than five metres in the air, and you access it via a suspended footbridge. Whether you’re sharing the space with friends, family or your significant other, this cozy spot is seriously cute. Even better, there’s an indoor fireplace and a mini-kitchen, so you’ll have some home comforts, too.

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Maple Forest Treehouse

Price Per Night: From $130 per night, plus taxes & fees

Minimum Stay: Two nights

Neighbourhood: Amherst, QC

Why You Need To Go: If you’ve been dreaming of taking your dog on a treehouse adventure, this one’s for you. Here, you can enjoy the stunning views of Cameron Lake and a maple tree forest with your furry BFF. It’s also set-up with a gas cooker and kitchen tools, so you can whip up a feast without too much trouble.


Eco-Friendly Waterfront Treehouse

Price Per Night: From $220 per night, plus taxes & fees

Minimum Stay: One night

Neighbourhood: Lanark Highlands, ON

Why You Need To Go: Around an hour outside of the city, you'll find this hidden gem. Perfect for eco-warriors, this rustic treehouse is totally handmade and is built from natural and reclaimed materials. It's located beside the rapids of the Mississippi River in Lanark County, and you can listen to the waves crashing from 22 feet in the air. 


Private Forest Treehouse

Price Per Night: From $379 per night, plus taxes & fees

Minimum Stay: Two nights

Neighbourhood: Port Perry, ON

Why You Need To Go: While this treehouse is located a little further away from the city, it’s worth the four-ish hour drive. This little slice of paradise is seriously impressive, and it’s ideal for anyone who isn’t ready to give up all of their home-comforts. It’s located within a 300 acre forest, but comes fully equipped with heating, a hot shower, a kitchen and even a hairdryer! 


 

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