If you are looking for the perfect, secluded place to get away for the weekend with your significant other, you should head to Jackson. This Georgia waterfront treehouse looks like something out of a dream.

There are not many places you can visit and stay on the water for less than $1,000 a night, but here in Jackson, you will have a two-bedroom treehouse for around $220 a night. It holds up to two guests and has a two-night minimum policy. 

Jackson is a small town on the way to Atlanta going North, so you do not have to worry about city noise or traffic near your vacay destination.

This one bedroom, one bathroom rental is made completely out of wood and there is a tree growing right through the back porch. 

You will sleep on a king-sized Tempur-Pedic bed that sits in a natural cedar wood frame, so you know you will be sleeping very well. 

If that was not enough, the place also has an actual clawfoot tub. 

Outside of the house, you will find a back deck with a grill, as well as a hot tub. What is a cabin in the woods without one? 

During your stay, you can fish in the huge lake that your treehouse is sitting on. You can also take out the property's boat, canoe, and paddle boat. Do not forget to bring your bathing suit!

There are a few places around where you are staying that you can go explore. High Falls State Park is only 30 minutes and Atlanta is only an hour drive north. 

The place is pretty booked up for June and July 2019, but starting in August, there are plenty of dates still available and it will be the perfect time to go. 

There are a few other Georgia treehouse rentals to say in, including Atlanta's #1 rated one!

Waterfront Treehouse

Price: Around $222 a night

Address: Jackson, Georgia 

Why you should go: This lakefront treehouse is the perfect secluded getaway, and you will be able to swim in the lake and take the property's boat, canoe, and paddle boat out. 

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