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20 Best Treehouse Rentals in Oregon For a Unique Getaway

Planning a trip and looking for the coolest treehouse rentals in Oregon to stay in 2023? If you’re the type of person that prefers to wander around the Swiss Family Robinson house at Disneyland rather than queue for the rides, then a stay in a treehouse will probably be for you.

If the thought of being surrounded by nature, in a truly unique accommodation that might offer either a full suite of modern amenities and little luxuries, or rustic adventure, then a treehouse rental is definitely for you.

And don’t assume that you need to be good with heights to sleep in a treehouse. Most are raised only slightly above the ground, although some of the Oregon treehouses on this list are right up in the canopy.

Oregon is the perfect place for treehouse hotels, with lush and colourful forests, miles of glorious coastline, and many state parks to explore. Feel the gentle sway of the tree as you drop off to sleep, and wonder why you never thought of staying in a treehouse before.

Treehouse Rentals in Oregon

Keep reading for the best Treehouses in Oregon!

The Treehouse at Farwood Retreat

Location: Tiller, Oregon

Price: $162+ per night

Superhost: Yes

This stunning Airbnb treehouse rental is off the grid, and ideally located in a secluded part of Umpqua National Forest, making it a perfect Oregon glamping escape!

It offer stunning views overlooking the Jackson Creek, and is simply an amazing place to disconnect from the world, and reconnect with nature as well as loved ones (especially since there is no cell reception on site, but phones can be connected via wifi.

This is an incredible treehouse rental that you’ll love, and is backed up with glowing reviews and a Superhost who goes above and beyond to ensure a quality stay!

Guests love the kitchen to prepare meals, the design of the treehouse, the rocking chairs, and all the thoughtful touches around the space.

The Treehouse at Farwood Retreat Oregon

Coolest Treehouse Rentals in Oregon Airbnb

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Wine Country TreeHouse & Herbal Farm

Location: Newberrg, Oregon

Price: $231+ per night

Superhost: Yes

The TreeHouse was built by The Treehouse Master himself, Pete Nelson of Animal Planet’s TreeHouse Master

This enchanting farm sits up on a hill with beautiful views of Oregon nature, but you’ll also be nearby the wonderful Deer Haven for wine tasting and world-class restaurants!

With everything you need for a comfortable stay, this a luxury treehouse getaway that will blow your mind! It was even featured in Rachel Ray’s magazine back in 2012, as well as plenty of other media publications and travel guides.

Guests love sitting in the garden and enjoying the hummingbirds and butterflies, and soak into a complete state of relaxation while visiting! It has over 150+ reviews, and still has a near perfect 5* rating!  This gets booked up quick, so make sure you plan well in advance!


Wine Country Oregon TreeHouse Airbnb

Luxury Treehouses in Oregon Airbnb

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Heartland Treehouse

Location: Langlois, Oregon

Price: $180+ per night

This property is one of the most popular treehouses in Oregon you can rent on Airbnb! Perched between two massive trees and overlooking a stunning river canyon, you’ll fall asleep at night soothed by the sound of the nearby waterfall.

This treehouse rental is secluded, comfortable, and would be another amazing place to disconnect and recharge by yourself or with loved ones.

A key selling point for this is the outdoor baths and shower, which will make you feel like you’re in a relaxing spa!

With the birds chipping, leaves rustling, serene creek, and the cute chipmunks jumping among the trees – this is a glamping treehouse experience that will keep you coming back every year!

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Heartland Treehouse Rental in Oregon

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Savage Cabin Treehouse —  Ocean and Estuary Nature Retreat With Hot Tub

Location: Otis, Oregon

Price: $250+ per night

Superhost: Yes

This absolutely stunning Airbnb rental is more of a cabin, but also classifies itself as a treehouse, and is in arguably the best location along the Oregon Coast.

Located in the Salmon River Estuary with stunning coastline views, it’s nearby the Cascade Head UNESCO biosphere reserve, and is simply a remote nature-lovers dream that will seep you coming back every year.

You can fish for salmon or crab right out front of the property, and also can utilize the canoes and kayaks for some exercise.

There’s also no better way to end the day than to enjoy a soak in their lovely hot tub, watch the sunset, and then rinse off with the relaxing outdoor shower.

This is an Oregon treehouse experience that everyone will love, and can accommodate up to 8 guests!

Savage Cabin Treehouse —  Ocean and Estuary Nature Retreat

Treehouse Oregon Hot Tub

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The TokinTree | Cannabis Friendly Treehouse Rental in Oregon

Location: Cave Junction, Oregon

Price: $250+ per night

One of the more unique treehouses in Oregon, this 420-friendly Airbnb will certainly ignite those childhood dreams! It can comfortably accommodate up to 4 guests, and even includes some complimentary cannabis to enjoy while soaking up the views! Built among a canopy of towering trees and branches, you’ll feel one with nature during your visit.

It is located on a working cannabis farm, and there are several people who live on site, so if you need anything, help is not far! Keep in mind, this is one of the few LEGIT treehouses in Oregon, so you can expect to encounter some bugs and spiders during your visit (so if you’re not keen on those, maybe book a different property)

TokinTree Airbnb Treehouse Oregon

Unique Tree House Rental in Oregon

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Beautiful, Magical, Oregon Treehouse

Location: Mt Hood, Oregon

Price: $289+ per night

The Magical Treehouse was featured on the BuzzFeed series “HomeBuddies”!

Walking around this property at night will have you feeling like you’re in a fairytale, and as the hosts put it – “glamping at it’s best”.

This stunning treehouse rental in Oregon is located on a 20-acre property at the base of Mt. Hood, making it an ideal place to stay for adventure seekers, and located relatively close to some of the area’s top ski resorts.

It comes complete with everything you’ll need for a comfortable glamping experience, and has amazing reviews from over 150 guests that rave about their stay! The friendly owners live on the property as well with their kids and dogs, and will do everything to ensure the most adventure filled and fun experience.

Beautiful, Magical, Oregon Treehouse Rental Airbnb

Coolest Treehouses in Oregon

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Eagles Nest Tree House: Where Dreams Come True

Location: Portland, Oregon

Price: $225+ per night

Superhost: Yes

Located only 10-minutes from downtown Portland, this treehouse rental is absolutely stunning, comfortable, and adventurous!

It’s held up by four massive trees and 18 feet above the ground, you can zip line down the bridge (which everyone loves), and the property even has a hot tub to enjoy a nice soak after a day of exploring.

You’ll fall in love with everything there is to do in the area, and feel free to unwind in the cozy hammock with large SMART TV with Netflix. It’s the perfect place for visitors coming to Portland looking for a unique place to stay for the weekend.

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Eagles Nest Tree House

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Treehouse Glamping Adventure in Sandy Oregon

Location: Sandy, Oregon

Price: $138+ per night

Superhost: Yes

Another off-the grid treehouse resort to help you disconnect from the world and soak up some nature!

The Izer Treehouse rental is nestled amongst tall trees and overlooks the Bull Run River Canyon, and is an idyllic hideaway for couples looking for a romantic weekend getaway!

It’s truly a treetop oasis that you must experience to understand its magic.

Treehouse Glamping Adventure in Sandy Oregon

Treehouse Glamping Adventure in Sandy Oregon Airbnb

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Pleasantree | Out ‘n’ About Treehouse Treesort

Location: Cave Junction, Oregon

Price: $223+ per night

Superhost: Yes

Sitting about 30 feet off the ground, guests absolutely love their stay at this incredible Treehouse Resort! Conveniently located near the Oregon Caves National Monument, Redwood National Forest, and the iconic Oregon coast – there is no shortage of amazing things to do and explore in the area.

Spend your days hiking, fishing or rafting, or just just relax among the trees and admire the beautiful nature.

You’ll enter the treehouse by walking across a magnificent suspension bridge, and then enjoy taking the spiral bridge up to the sleeping loft for a glamping treehouse experience you won’t forget!

This treehouse rental in Oregon can sleep up to 5 people, so would be tons of fun for a family, or friends getaway!


Pleasantree | Out 'n' About Treehouse Treesort Airbnb

Treehouses in Oregon Airbnb

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Bluebird House Treehouse

Location: Gold Beach, Oregon

Price: $162+ per night

If there’s a theme running through the superb reviews for this treehouse in Gold Beach, Oregon, it’s that this is a place where you, and your family, can easily get back to nature. There’s no TV, no WiFi, no distractions at all – just the waves crashing against the famous Samuel Boardman Corridor, and the resident donkeys hopefully nodding their heads for an apple.

This well-kept wooden cabin offers everything you’ll need for a fun and tranquil stay on the coast – including plenty of beach gear in case you forget anything. There’s a kitchen where you can whip up some eggs freshly laid by the hens, a compost toilet out on the terrace, and stunning Pacific views from the porch – watching a storm come in on the Oregon coast is incredibly dramatic.

On a fine day, you can’t beat heading out for a hike on one of several trails across the property, and if you don’t fancy carrying your packs, you can always take a donkey with you as well.

The Bluebird House

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Treehouse Retreat

Location: Philomath, Oregon

Price: $50+ per night

This Oregon treehouse is located just five miles from Oregon State University, making it great for families visiting students, or a couple’s getaway. McDonald Forest, Bald Hill, and Mary’s Peak are all nearby as well.

The amenities, especially for families, are superb. Besides a fire-pit gazebo (logs for sale), an eco-friendly compost toilet and a heated outdoor shower, there are rope swings, a zipline, a trampoline and a spring-fed fishing pond with working waterwheel and waterfall. Friendly dogs and chickens roam about, and you’ll hear woodpeckers in the trees around you.

Tucked away in a small forest, the property has a real Neverland feel to it. Obviously it would be a fabulous place to stay in summer, but spring and autumn would be truly magical. Evenings are particularly special: the surrounding area is illuminated by fairy lights as night falls.

The Treehouse Retreat

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Location: Cave Junction, Oregon

Price: $195+ per night

The hosts of this resort are pioneers in treehouse rentals in Oregon – there is a cluster of them here of which the Majestree is the most popular, for obvious reasons. Sleeping six to seven comfortably, the accommodation is an incredible 47 feet off the ground. Access is by stairs and suspension bridges )that do away a little). Bring backpacks to save having to haul heavy suitcases up.

You’ll need a head for heights, but if you ever wanted to live like an Ewok, now’s your opportunity. Have no fear though, this is a very well-put together structure. The amenities are excellent: breakfast is served in the main lodge, and you’ll have your own kitchenette and shower. Laundry is available, as well as a seasonal outdoor pool and a communal fire pit. This is a resort, but one with a very homegrown, authentic feel.

Activities on-site include ziplining and horseback riding, and in the area you’ve got Oregon Caves National Monument, Redwood National Forest and the coast isn’t far away.

Majestree @ Out 'n' About Treehouse Treesort

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Lilly Glen Treehouse

Location: Gold Beach, Oregon

Price: $300+ per night

This Oregon treehouse is definitely one for photographers. It sits in a lush gully overlooking a 60-foot waterfall, fitting beautifully into the scenery. In the evenings it transforms into an enchanting grotto, with a wooded trail and stairs leading you to your accommodation.

The treehouse has a kitchenette, and an inviting tub in the master bedroom. Both the queen bedroom and a loft room overlook the waterfall. Guests also have full access to the property’s amenities which include a gym, sauna, hot tubs and picnic areas. While not suited to younger kids or people with mobility issues, families will love it here: there are climbing ropes, nightly BBQs with s’mores, chickens that children are welcome to help with feeding, and a leash-free pet area.

You’re very close to the coast making this a perfect Oregon beach retreat, and kids will love counting the starfish at low tide.

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Lilly Glen Tree House at Taylor Creek Lodge

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Mt. Tabor Treehouse

Location: Portland, Oregon

Price: $110+ per night

Situated in south-east Portland, and so close to the restaurants, food carts and markets of Belmont Street and Hawthorne Boulevard, this Oregon treehouse has it all on the doorstep, yet it feels like a world of its own.

It’s an oasis in the city, very close to Mt. Tabor Park with its many hiking and biking trails, and with no need at all for a car to get around. You may find yourselves spending most of your stay on the elevated deck, built around a fir tree.

You’ll have everything you need at this Portland treehouse, which has been built to a very high level of craftsmanship. There’s a kitchenette, and modern furnishings fitting the well-kept, Scandi-style interiors. The treehouse has a cosy, warm feel to it enhanced by a wood-burning stove and little quirks such as the stained glass windows.

Stunning Mt. Tabor treehouse w/wood stove & city access. Perfect for couples!

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Peacock Perch

Location: Cave Junction, Oregon

Price: $120+ per night

This Oregon treehouse in Cave Junction is for people with a sense of adventure, happy with a more rustic accommodation. It’s the oldest treehouse built at this family-oriented resort, dating to 1990, and perched 18 feet in the air.

The property is a small single room unit with its own kitchenette and shower, but it’s worth noting that the nearest restroom is 30 feet from the base of the stairs so… don’t drink a lot before bed. Shared amenities include a seasonal outdoor swimming pool and fire pit, and communal breakfasts are provided in the main lodge.

In the surrounding area you can hike, fish and raft aplenty, and you’re not far from the Oregon Caves National Monument and Redwood National Forest and the Oregon coast.

Peacock Perch @ Out 'n' About Treehouse Treesort

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Cannon Beach Tree House

Location: Cannon Beach, Oregon

Price: $370+ per night

Close to Cannon Beach, one of the most beautiful stretches of coastline in the state, this Oregon treehouse sleeps four across one bedroom and a pull-out. Great for families, it has all the amenities you’ll need including kitchen and TV, and it has a fantastic location for hiking and mountain biking – Haystack Hill State Park is just 750 yards away.

Really though, this treehouse is all about the views. Large windows let you make the most of epic sea and forest panoramas.

Warmer evenings should be spent on the balcony taking in the sunset; when it’s cooler, you can cosy up around the wood burner, a welcome addition to the treehouse’s charming decor.

Cannon Beach Tree House

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West Linn Treehouse

Location: West Linn, Oregon

Price: $135+ per night

Just minutes from trendy Portland, this roomy and comfortable Oregon treehouse manages to feel totally secluded.

Making up the first floor, the accommodation has its own private entrance and sleeps four. You’ll have plenty of space to enjoy a games room with ping-pong and pool table, a stylish home movie theater, fireplace and BBQ. There is a large furnished deck, and a hot tub for another splash of luxury.

Described by its owners as a suite-on-stilts, the 1,100 square foot property climbs up a wooded hillside in a peaceful neighbourhood. You’re surrounded by nature, with a creek below you, and ample forest views.

West Linn Treehouse

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Riverfront Steiner cabin

Location: Welches, Oregon

Price: $320+ per night

While not strictly a treehouse, this lovely property deserves inclusion. This is a historic woodland retreat, handcrafted in 1939 by the master carpenter Henry Steiner, whose log cabins are some of the oldest and most distinctive in the entire country.

Perched on the Sandy River, you’ll enjoy lovely views of the surrounding firs, cedars and pines from two private decks, around the outdoor firepit, or from your comfortable hammock. The detailing is sublime here, from natural wood railings and hand-carved stairs, to a clawfoot bathtub and stone fireplace.

Guests here have easy access to fishing and kayaking on the river of course, as well as hiking trails in the Wildwood Recreation Site just half a mile south, and golf holes at the nearby Mt. Hood Oregon Resort. It also makes a convenient base for skiing on Mt. Hood in the winter, when that fireplace will be especially appreciated.

Riverfront Steiner cabin

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Eagles Nest Cabin

Location: Manzanita, Oregon

Price: $330+ per night

This handsome cabin feels like a treehouse on the ground. Built by hand with cedar and redwood from the forest, and rock from Neahkhanie mountain on which it perches, it’s a sanctuary among the trees.

The cabin has two bedrooms, a kitchen and dining area, wood stove and a very comfortable, homely atmosphere. Cannon Beach, Rockaway Beach and Haystack Rock are all less than 20 miles away, and Oswald West State Park is close by as well.

300 feet above the coast, it’s a short stroll down to the beach, and an energetic hike back up. There are stunning ocean views to the south and west from the property, and on a clear day you can see for miles. On a clear night, the skies are magnificent, which is why there is a huge skylight in the sleeping loft.

Eagles Nest Cabin

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Yurt in the woods

Location: Westfir, Oregon

Price: $110+ per night

Nestled in the woods, this 30-foot diameter Pacific Yurt offers glamping at the edge of the Willamette Forest, close to the Cascade Range.

If you’re new to yurt life, expect an open floor plan with a wood stove at the centre for heat, and a skylight in the canvas for stargazing. But this is glamping, so you’ll have all the little amenities you need from WiFi to a clawfoot tub,  well-equipped kitchen, shower and of course the essential coffee maker. Outside you can gather around the firepit, cook on the BBQ, or doze in a hammock in the orchard.

Dogs are welcome so long as they’re friendly towards the resident chickens, cats, dogs and horses, and there are plenty of places to exercise them. Nearby you have lakes, the North and Middle Fork Willamette River, creeks, hot springs, and practically endless trails for mountain biking and hiking.

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Celestial Yurt at Tired Dog Ranch

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Am I Missing Any Amazing Oregon Treehouse Rentals?

Oregon has so many incredible treehouse rentals that this list could actually be much longer, but I’d love to hear if you know of any that aren’t mentioned here! I would love to keep my list as up to date as possible, so please do reach out!

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In & Out Treesort and staying in "The Majestree" is one of the best vacations our family has been on! Highly recommended!


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Ahh thanks so much! Will be sure to get this added to the list! Honestly, there are just SO MANY cool treehouses in Oregon, lol.

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