Treehouses near Winchester

Find riverfront camping, yurts, and hike-in campsites off the Appalachian Trail near Winchester.

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Sacred Roots Herbal Sanctuary

8 sites · Lodging, Tents32 acres · Shepherdstown, WV
Looking for a personal retreat or get away ? Escape to our beautiful, RUSTIC 32 acre wild homestead / farm. What do we mean by "rustic" ? The camping experience we offer is about unplugging from the modern world , getting back to basics, and re-connecting with the land. Our campsites do not have electricity and there is no wifi on the land. Campsites are nestled in the woods. So although your vehicle will be parked within 50 ft or so from site, you cannot pull directly up to the site because of the trees. Feel free to wander through the herb gardens, eat your meals in the garden pavilion (we have picnic tables there and hammocks), get your Zen on in the meditation hut , and stroll through the woodland medicine path where we grow endangered and at at risk plant plants. (Please note that the woodland medicine path goes to seed by the Fall and is usually munched down by the deer by then, but is still a nice short stroll in the woods). We love dogs...but please leave them at home.
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Romantic Treehouse

1 site · Lodging24 acres · Leesburg, VA
Attached to the Forest this Treehouse has everything to live in the sky, king bed, kitchen, bath, wifi, ac, heat and a view. Located in the heart of DCs wine country there is plenty to explore within minutes. You will never wish to leave after a stay in one of Waterford Reservations desired locations
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Tranquil Treehouse

1 site · Lodging10 acres · Waterford, VA
Nestled on a hillside overlooking the tributary to the Potomac this glammed out cottage has everything you need for a romantic getaway. Immersed just outside the tall glass walls is a private deck overlooking a forest for miles. Keep an eye out for wildlife, you might get lucky and see a couple of bald eagles on your visit. Enjoy indoor or outdoor shower. The treehouse is completely private and equipped with wifi, kitchen, king bed and more. Looking forward to your stay!This is 5-Star live-able art, built from years of reclaimed lumber and timber raised and cut on the property and constructed to be private. Your only complaint will be having to go home the next day :). 
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Treehouses near Winchester guide

Overview

Saddled by the Blue Ridge and Allegheny Mountains, Winchester, VA hosts Shenandoah University and the Museum of Shenandoah Valley, complete with a historic house and gardens, detailing the history of Winchester. Campers might enjoy seeing the museum’s gallery of miniature furnished houses, or taking part in apple festivities at the annual Shenandoah Apple Blossom Festival in May. After a tour around the city, travel into the wilderness at Shenandoah River State Park. Go fishing, boating, or horseback riding through the park before setting up at a riverfront campsite or yurt. Sky Meadows State Park and Cedar Creek & Belle Grove National Historical Park also bring a wealth of camping opportunities centered around fishing, hiking, and colonial farming history that shaped the area from the American Revolution through the Civil War.

Where to go

Raymond R. "Andy" Guest, Jr. Shenandoah River State Park

On the south fork of Shenandoah River, the state park with the same name sits along 1,600 acres and 5.2 miles of riverfront shoreline. Campers staying at one of 12 riverfront tent campsites or pet-friendly RV campsites complete with full hookups and firepits can enjoy scenic views right from the campground. Set out on 24 miles of hiking trails throughout the park. There are designated trails for biking and horseback riding, as well. On a hot day, launch a canoe or fishing boat downstream from Bentonville access area, where waders and anglers can fish for crappie and bluegill. Winter campers will find that lodging is available year-round in the park. Reserve an ADA-accessible glamping yurt or cabin rental with a fireplace and hot shower for colder months.

Sky Meadows State Park

Sky Meadows State Park is an International Dark Sky Park full of history, especially about the colonial farming practices that formed the landscape. Take in scenic views of woodlands and pastures spread throughout the state park’s 1,860 acres and 22 miles of hiking trails. Sky Meadows is a popular stopover for hikers along the Appalachian Trail, and offers primitive hike-in campsites along Hadlow Trail—about a mile away from parking. Each campsite has pit toilets, bear-proof lockers, and tent pads. Fishing at Turner Pond is available for those with a VA state fishing license, which can be purchased in town from local vendors. For campers with kids, check out the Children’s Discovery Area rife with nature, especially on the well-marked .7-mile TRACK trail.

Cedar Creek & Belle Grove National Historical Park

Cedar Creek & Belle Grove National Historical Park encompasses two historically significant Shenandoah Valley locations: the Battle of Cedar Creek in the Civil War and the Belle Grove Plantation. The park offers interpretive historical ranger programs, alongside self-guided and ranger-led tours through battlefields, soldier camps, and the plantation house. The rest of the park is also based on the history of the area, with hiking trails following trenches built by Union soldiers in 1864. There’s no camping in the park, but many privately owned campgrounds nearby welcome tents and RVs to campsites with hot showers and potable water.

When to go

Winchester has a humid continental climate, with hot summers and mild winters. Lots of parks and campgrounds stay open year-round, though some areas may be more difficult to get to with snowfall. Campers love heading to Winchester in May to hit the Shenandoah Apple Blossom Festival, where Winchester’s surrounding orchards have earned it the moniker “Apple Capital of the World.” In summer, campers can enjoy water activities in temperatures that range from 62°F to 83°F.

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