Summer has flown by, and that means the fall season will be here in almost no time. People from all across the country come to Tennessee as Autumn rolls in because the Great Smoky Mountains has some pretty beautiful foliage dressing up the forest branches. If you think fall is the best season, there's no better way to admire the leaves than in a treehouse Airbnb in Tennessee.

With so many mountain towns in the state, it's easy to find a wooden cabin to stay in while you're in the area. But if you really wanted to switch it up, try staying in one of these treehouses for a true tree-top adventure.

These seven spots each offer something unique and different, and they're pretty affordable as well if you decide to bring your whole crew.

Unique Treehouse With Spectacular View

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$125/night

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Neighborhood: Springfield, TN

Why You Need To Go: This house looks over a rushing creek and is three-stories tall with a queen-sized bed to rest your head. You and one friend can sit on the top deck porch and take in all the beautiful views. Bonus: there's a hot tub!


Treehouse Paradise on Shoal Creek

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$95/night

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Address or Neighborhood: Westpoint, TN

Why You Need To Go: You'll be staying high in the trees with a king-sized bed and a large common area. You're also right on a crystal clear river with a beach you can relax on. 


Glamping at Deer Camp

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$149/night

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Neighborhood: Dunlap, TN

Why You Need To Go: This mini-treehouse comes with an outdoor movie projector screen and hammock seats to really make your stay romantic and one-of-a-kind. 

The Treehouse of Center Hill Lake

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$340/night

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Neighborhood: Smithville, TN

Why You Need To Go: You and nine friends can rent this huge house for an adventurous weekend. There are five different decks, a hot tub, and a trail that'll lead to a beautiful lake.

Serenity House

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$165/night

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Neighborhood: McEwen, TN

Why You Need To Go: This treehouse is the perfect getaway for two with a deck perfect for nightly stargazing, though you can sleep up to 4 guests here. There's little phone service, so you'll really be one with nature. The interior is absolutely gorgeous featuring a modern vibe with rustic finishes.

Morrison's Treehouse Getaway

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$275/night

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Neighborhood: Pikeville, TN

Why You Need To Go: While the price is lower for a single guest, up to six can sleep comfortably in this treehouse with two bedrooms and one bath. There's a wrap-around deck with views overlooking a running creek. 


 

Baggenstoss Farms Treehouse

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$75/night

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Neighborhood: Tracy City, TN

Why You Need To Go: This studio treehouse sits on a beautiful farm where you'll have all the privacy in the world. It sleeps two guests, which makes it the perfect romantic spot.  


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

Which treehouse has you thirsty for a Tennessee trip?

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