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8 Insane Treehouses You Can Rent Less Than 7 Hours From Toronto

There is something nostalgic and magical about treehouses. Even if you didn't have one as a kid, you may have daydreamed about escaping into your woodsy abode to play games and tell ghost stories with your friends. If you're thinking about going on an adventure and you want to experience an out-of-the-box accommodation, a treehouse Airbnb near Toronto may be the perfect place for you to stay.

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These eight beautiful treehouses are all within a seven-hour drive from the city and they're sure to meet your glamping needs.

Deluxe Treehouse

Price: $230 per night

Neighbourhood: Blackstock

Sleeps: 2

Why You Should Go: This spacious cabin is elevated in the trees with large windows that offer panoramic views of the picturesque forest. You can enjoy the peaceful sound of nature on the large, screened porch that overlooks the valley. This solar-powered spot is surrounded by plenty of scenic hiking trails.

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Chalet Perché

Price: $154+ per night

Neighbourhood: Nominingue

Sleeps: 4

Why You Should Go: This massive chalet in the trees is accessible via a magical, suspended footbridge. Hidden in the brush, this enchanting escape is the perfect spot to take advantage of outdoor leisure activities including dog sledding, ice fishing, trapping, snowshoeing, cross-country skiing, canoeing, swimming, fishing and cycling.

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Treehouse + Cabin Retreat

Price: $548+ per night

Neighbourhood: Durham

Sleeps: 8

Why You Should Go: You can take your pick at this two-fold retreat. Offering space in both a treehouse and a cabin, guests will enjoy a luxurious glamping experience with outdoor dining areas, a pool, pool lounge areas, 100 acres walking trails, fire pits and more. Contact the host to get your name on the waitlist.

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Mont-Tremblant Treehouse

Price: $140+ per night

Neighbourhood: Saint-Faustin-Lac-Carré

Sleeps: 6

Why You Should Go: This gorgeous home in the trees is on the edge of a lake, nestled on a 2,000-acre regional park. Ogle over breath-taking views of the surrounding wilderness and enjoy amenities like a wood-burning stove, sunny terraces and a fire pit. Keep in mind that this is a true off-the-grid escapade, so electricity is not included.

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Cabin in the Trees

Price: $117+ per night

Neighbourhood: Amherst

Sleeps: 4

Why You Should Go: This treehouse on the mountaintop is suspended 12 feet in a maple tree forest and offers tons of outdoor fun, from skiing to hiking. Enjoy the beach on Lake Démélé and truly unplug at this rustic, off-the-grid cabin.

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Hummingbird Treehouse

Price: $175 per night

Neighbourhood: Wentworth-Nord

Sleeps: 2

Why You Should Go: This one-bedroom escape is perfect for a private, romantic getaway. You'll be high in the sky in the 18-foot space situated on red cedar stilts. Relax in the sauna and spa at the inn and cozy up by the fireplace with cocktails.

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River Treehouse

Price: $57 per night

Neighbourhood: Florence

Sleeps: 2

Why You Should Go: This backcountry camping spot sits on the Sydenham River banks and includes a wrap-around porch and suspension bridge. There's also a campfire pit, a hammock, an outdoor shower and a private outhouse. There is no plumbing, wifi or electricity, but cooking utensils and a grill are provided.

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Isolated Cabin

Price: $341+ per night

Neighbourhood: Port Perry

Sleeps: 2

Why You Should Go: Surrounded by 300 acres of woodland, this secluded treehouse offers a screened gazebo, a spiral staircase and multiple fire pits. If you want to venture out, you can check out several natural spring water ponds (swimming is encouraged), hiking spots, ski hills and even a nearby winery.

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These prices and terms of occupancy are confirmed at the time of publishing, but they can change at any time.

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