Treehouses in Georgia

In a state that’s over 60% forest, there’s no shortage of treehouse retreats.

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7 top treehouses sites in Georgia

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Your Toccoa River Cove!

3 sites · Lodging12 acres · Mineral Bluff, GA
The Cove consists of 12 acres with a tributary stream and spring fed ponds less than a half mile from the Toccoa River. It was originally the water source for the surrounding properties prior to the city installing a water system. It is completely private and unspoiled nature, with about a mile of walking trails throughout. The Mountaintop is a 3 acre high elevation site bordering 140 acres of undisturbed woods and is also very close to the Toccoa River. Fantastic location yet very private for base camp to access the many activities in this area, or enjoy the Toccoa River. It is the only campground in Fannin County limited to only one group at a time. Each site includes 2 access points to the Toccoa River. The Gibbs Drive community river access lot has a charcoal grill, picnic table, boat launch, swimming rock and fire pit with chairs. The Toccoa River Forest community river access lot has a big boat ramp. The river is controlled flow and usually at low water from dawn to about 2 pm, ideal for fishing or swimming/wading/boulder bopping. The River release schedule is available online at the website TVA.gov. The River has swift current when the dam is opened for release, usually daily. This property is conveniently located in Mineral Bluff, Georgia 30559, just 4 miles off the 4-lane highway (Highway 515/76) and just a short drive to Blue Ridge, Georgia; Blairsville, Georgia; Murphy, North Carolina, McCaysville, Georgia and Copper Hill, Tennessee. It is a paved road drive all the way to the entrance. It is located just a few miles from the center of downtown Blue Ridge with art galleries, many restaurants, brew pubs, shopping, the Blue Ridge Brewing Company, Mercier Orchard, the Blue Ridge Scenic Railroad, and more! The Blue Ridge Scenic Railroad runs most of the year from Blue Ridge to McCaysville, right along the Toccoa River. The campsites are equally close to downtown McCaysville, Ga. /Copper Hill, TN. You are a short drive from Lake Blue Ridge, the Chattahoochee National Forest, Brasstown Bald and many hiking trails, such as the Aska adventure area, the Appalachian Trail, the Benton McCaye Trail, and trails in the Big Frog wilderness area, Cohutta wilderness area (largest wilderness area east of the Mississippi) the Rich Mountain wilderness area and the Project Chimps hiking trails. The Ocoee River whitewater center with the Olympic kayak rapids and the world class mountain biking trails are less than 20 minutes away. Hiking, biking, fishing, whitewater rafting, kayaking, tubing, boating, swimming, zip lines -- oh my!
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Hemlock Cottage

3 sites · Lodging5 acres · Suches, GA
There are 3 treehouses present on these 5 acres of land tucked into the National Forest. A stream runs past 2 of the treehouses down to a pasture with a small assortment of animals. The property includes friendly outdoor cats that will likely keep you company during your stay. While on your glamping trip there are several places nerby to hiking, fishing, swimming, and if you're brave enough, even biking the ups and downs of the mountain roads.
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Ramsden Lake Boutique Camping

9 sites · Lodging46 acres · Stone Mountain, GA
Luxurious, bell tents, airstream and treehouse available on our unexpected waterfront oasis in the heart of Stone Mountain. Everything you need right at your finger tips- breathtaking sunset views, 46 private acres with 8 acre lake, wildlife, indoor fireplace, fire pit, paddle boards, kayaks, boats and firewood available. We are a short drive to Stone Mountain park or you can explore the historic Stone Mountain quarry on site. Let us know if we can make your experience more magical and/or convenient!
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Riverbright Treehouse

1 site · Lodging1 acre · Suches, GA
This adorable property is located along the bank of the Toccoa River. It is a small piece of land but very sufficient for glamping. The main cabin houses a private guest bathroom with a garden tub. There is an outdoor kitchenette facing to river so you can enjoy the gorgeous view while making dinner.
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Eco-Friendly Tree House Pods for a Georgia Glamping Experience

2 sites · Lodging12 acres · Wildwood, GA
Learn more about this land:This eco-friendly tree house boasts an excellent location on 12 lush acres of private land and provides the perfect setting for a Georgia glamping weekend in the Chattanooga Valley. Cloudland Canyon State Park features some of the most impressive scenery, with rugged sandstone cliffs, a network of forest trails that lead to waterfalls, and a wealth of caves beckoning glampers to explore them. The tree house offers a sustainable experience for four glampers, with two sleeping pods separated by an open-air living area. Each pod boasts two twin fold-out beds that can convert to a king-size bed—with six-inch memory foam antimicrobial covered mattresses. Linen and towels are kindly provided, along with modern amenities to make any discerning glamper feel at home. After a fun day out and about, glampers can return to the comfort of the tree house. The living area is located on the deck and boasts a roof that covers half the deck. With cozy furnishings such as plush sofas around a propane gas fireplace coffee table, glampers can relax and unwind in total comfort. Also on the cover deck, there is a kitchenette for when glampers get hungry. Modern appliances include a fridge, a butane stovetop, a griddle grill, and a small sink—mostly run by propane. Other amenities include a fresh-air fan, heating, and Wi-Fi. Glampers can enjoy a cup of coffee, while evenings are reserved for sitting by the fire with a glass of wine. Those staying here are rewarded with phenomenal views and the opportunity to get back in touch with nature without sacrificing the modern comforts of home. Mountain biking, hiking, and trail running are popular activities in the State Park, and each reward intrepid glampers with sensational views of the Cumberland Plateau and beyond. Additionally, there are horseback riding trails, fantastic fishing spots, picnic grounds for families, and a playground. Perhaps one of the most popular attractions in the Chattanooga Valley is Rock City. Nestled on top of Lookout Mountain, Rock City is a natural wonder with ancient rock formations, panoramic views across seven states, and sublime gardens that are home over 400 plant species. Nature enthusiasts can immerse themselves in an ocean of flora when they visit the stunning gardens For a break from the outdoors, there are numerous restaurants, cafes, and shops in downtown Chattanooga and Wildwood, as well as golfing and spa experiences. Wildwood is famous for having the largest outdoor drive-in theatre in the state.
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Treasure Chest Treehouse A Utopia In The Woods

1 site · Lodging8 acres · Hampton, GA
This treehouse was architecturally designed by the owner Karee as well as interior designed. Every wood piece of art and furniture throughout the treehouse was built by hand at the estate i.e bed frame down to the paper towel holder. Her design concept was a Treasure Chest, inspired by her 3 boys. A Treasure Chest because they are typically made from wood with metal brackets keeping everything together, normally when shown in movies they have a glowing neon light emitting from the inside. The treehouse lights up like a Treasure chest at night. Imagine a large wooden box sitting 15ft above the grounds with a metal roof keeping everything together. The treasure inside being YOU, & whatever memories you choose to create while you stay at the Estate.  Three comfortable adjacent hammocks, 2 bowl macrame swings, shaded by lush greenery for relaxing conversation, reading or rest. A fire pit area, waterproof indoor/outdoor electric candles and twinkling string lights to set a relaxing ambiance, coupled with the sound frogs, cicadas, crickets, grasshoppers, and katydids to ensure a peaceful nights rest.Learn more about this land:There is not a safer place than in the middle of our private woods! The Treasure chest Treehouse is one of the most unique stays in Georgia. We are a 8 acre agriculture farm estate we raise chickens, monarchs, bees, frogs & ducks. Have private trails, swings, hammocks, creek & swinging picnic table
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Coleman travel trailer

2 sites · Lodging1 acre · Indian Springs, GA
This 2021 Coleman travel trailer is just a few miles south of Chattanooga. It has a full bathroom and kitchen. There is one bed with 1 slide out that makes it feel spacious. All cooking utensils are included. Comes with WiFi. This travel trailer will allow you to explore all of what Tennessee/North Georgia has to offer without having to break the bank in finding a place to rest at night.
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Treehouses in Georgia guide

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Whether you're hitting the trails in the Appalachians Mountains, exploring waterfalls and wineries in the Blue Ridge Mountains, or paddling through Lowcountry marshes, a treehouse rental gives you a unique way to explore Georgia‘s natural wonders. Stay close to hiking trails, rivers, and national forests in the north Georgia mountains, or use your treehouse getaway as a base for kayaking and fishing in the coastal plains. Visit local communities like Dahlonega, Ellijay, and Chickamauga in fall for colorful mountain views, or head to the coast for breezy beachside retreats at Cumberland and Tybee islands in summer. It's possible to escape Georgia's biggest cities of Atlanta and Savannah in favor of a natural Georgia treehouse rental—some luxury treehouses offer incredible glamping setups, complete with hot tubs, firepits, wifi, air conditioning, and full kitchens, while other treehouse cabins are more rustic. Be sure to check amenities to find the best treehouse rental among the treetops for you.

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