If you loved treehouses as a kid but thought they were lost to youthful adventures, think again. This Colorado Airbnb lets you glamp in style at an actual (you guessed it) treehouse. Who knew sleeping amongst trees could be so relaxing?
Located in Carbondale, this renovated home was originally built in 1971. Sitting on over two acres of gorgeous forestland, it has all the amenities to keep you safely nestled high above the ground during your stay.
Rocky Mountain Treehouse is built across four spruce trees, each around 100 feet tall. There is a wood-burning stove, a hammock overlooking the forest floor, and a hot tub on-site.
The cost is about $236 a night after fees, which is less than $60 per person if you stay as a group of four.
You can spend the evenings stargazing from the porch or sip wine and roast marshmallows fireside. Cabin life has always been one of our favorite ways to explore the great outdoors, but now you can literally stay in one 25 feet above the ground.
Bring your furry friends along for an extra $25 a night.
The converted bedroom loft has a private balcony, perfect for enjoying coffee as you watch the forest come to life in the mornings. And Cattle Creek runs through the property, so the quiet rushing water adds the perfect soundtrack to your stay.
There are three beds in total throughout the cabin, so you and a few friends can plan a BFF getaway and relive your childhoods together.
With a campfire at the base of the house, you can camp out with s' mores and scary stories.
Now, all we need is a set of two-way radios to really indulge in the nostalgia of childhood.
Rocky Mountain Treehouse
Price Per Night: $236+
Neighborhood: Carbondale, CO
Why You Need To Go: You can stay in an adult-sized treehouse complete with hot tub, wood-burning stoves, and a private bedroom balcony perfect for morning coffee and chill.
These prices and terms of occupancy are confirmed at the time of publishing, but they can change at any time.