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Vacation with the birds: Campspot reveals the most booked treehouse stays

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Are you looking for a piece of nature without roughing it up? Check out these popular, unique vacation rentals.

Are you looking for a fun way to bring family or someone special out of town? You may want to reconsider that trip to the mountain or beach – there are many memories in the branches and twigs of the forest.

At least according to Campspot, which has just published its most popular tree house bookings. Along with sharing the most booked off-the-ground destinations that Online listing platform 1,000 US adults were surveyed on campsites, RVs, and outdoor glamping. The safety of the outdoor areas and the lack of nature are the main reasons Americans consider a camping trip this spring or summer.

They are not typical Tent tree houses, either. These range from luxurious sky castles for $ 150 a night to “primitive” tiny houses nestled between the leaves.

Campspot: Most popular tree houses

Jellystone Park Camp Resort of Yogi Bear, Golden Valley, NC

Tucked away at the foot of the scenic Blue Ridge Mountains between Asheville and Charlotte. Jellystone Park Camp Resort of Yogi Bear Golden Valley sits on more than 600 acres. And here are three of Campspot’s most booked luxury tree houses.

All three can accommodate up to four guests and offer a double bed with a pull-out bed and a sofa bed. You will also find amenities such as air conditioning / heating, a coffee maker and a private bathroom (just a short walk away).

Cook and eat in the outdoor kitchen and the terrace below the lower deck. A small sink, a hob with two burners, a charcoal grill with mini fridge, a picnic table and a fire ring complete the experience.

Mountain View Treetop Cabin: $ 111 / night

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Get a glimpse of the wildlife of South Mountain State Park. Jellystone has six treetop cabins with mountain views. The cabins are equipped with washing-up liquid, a kitchen towel and toilet paper. But remember to bring dishes, barbecue utensils, paper towels, and bed linen.

Treetop Hut: $ 97 / night

Treetop HutPhoto courtesy of Campspot

There are three treetop cabins near the Mountain View units. Enjoy many of the same amenities but at a cheaper price – with cabins that focus less on the view than on the seclusion.

Treetop Lake View Cabin: $ 97 / night

Golden Valley Lakeview Treeto CabinPhoto courtesy of Campspot

Similar to Jellystone’s offerings, these treetop cabins offer lake views in Bostic, NC

Emberglow Outdoor Resort, NC

Emberglow is in the Blue Ridge Foothills of western North Carolina. Choose from unique accommodation options on 72 hectares in an idyllic private valley with spring-fed streams and a starlit night sky. This park is located between Asheville and Charlotte, NC, and Greenville and Columbia, SC

In addition to tree houses, Emberglow offers yurts, vintage trailers and glamping pods to add a little character to your vacation.

The bohemian tree house: $ 140 / night

Emberglow Outdoor Resort Bohemian tree housePhoto courtesy of Campspot

This luxury unit is designed to encourage a couple to spend time alone together. It is also suitable for small family outings. A private deck stands 15 feet above the forest floor.

In-room amenities include a kitchenette (sink, microwave, fridge and Nespresso coffee machine), air conditioning / heating, a full bathroom, a queen-size bed and a fold-out couch. A picnic table and Fireplace complete the fun.

Family Treehouse: $ 141 / night

Family tree house embersPhoto courtesy of Campspot

If your vacation includes rugrats, this Swiss Robinson family-inspired bunkhouse might fit perfectly. Two lofts are connected by a freight network – and there is an observation tower and a tube slide! With a large deck overlooking Turtle Hollow, a fire pit and picnic table, plus the pool and volleyball courts, numerous activities are close by.

The Family Treehouse has a bunk bed with two single beds, a bunk bed with two single beds and two single mattresses in the sleeping lofts, which offer space for additional friends.

Primitive Tree House: $ 34 / night

Primitive tree house Emberglow ResortPhoto courtesy of Campspot

This is not a glamping getaway. But it’s just as scenic and a lot cheaper than the more luxurious options on this list. This pet-friendly, 100-square-meter hideaway has half-walls screened to let the sights and sounds of nature – but not insects – stream in.

Cashie River Tree Houses, NC

Located on the Cashie River, this campground offers kayak access and “guaranteed fun” for people of all ages and abilities.

Tree houses: $ 65 / night

Cashie River TreehousePhoto courtesy of Campspot

Every tree house offers one ADA accessible walkway this helps lift guests up into the trees. Inside you will find a queen-size sleeping platform and a sleeping loft.

Outside the tree houses there is a gathering area with chairs. All four tree houses have electricity and are also pet-friendly.

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Lake at Wood RV Resort, Narvon, PA

The Lake in Wood Camping Resort is a gnome themed resort, a 6-acre lake and the gnome themed café. Aside from the tree house, there are some unique lodging experiences, including a yurt, barn, Pirate Inn, and – you guessed it – Gnome Home.

Treehouse: $ 150 / night

Tree in forest RV resort tree housePhoto courtesy of Campspot

Jump into a vacation experience where wood floors and paneling add to the beauty of the outdoors. This unique one-room rental includes a queen-size bed and two bunk beds with an ensuite bathroom (fitted with a toilet and sink).

The kitchenette includes a table and chairs, plus a mini fridge, microwave, toaster, coffee maker, cookware, eating utensils, drinkware, and utensils. There is also a covered cooking area with a charcoal grill outside!

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