Alaska is truly one of the most untouched and gorgeous destinations in the world, and a visit here is guaranteed to leave you inspired and recharged. There’s no better way to maximize your nature filled getaway here than to stay at one of the these incredible treehouse rentals in Alaska!
Immerse yourself in the trees, soak up the sounds of the wildlife, and fulfill those childhood dreams of sleeping in treehouse!
While there may not be TOO many Alaska treehouse stays, I’ve found a few worth mentioning that are guaranteed to be a highlight of your trip!
Alaskan Treehouse Experience! Glamping with a View
Where: Big Lake, Alaska
Price: $157+ per night
“Sway gently in the trees, unplug and relax in our unique treehouse with what one of our guests stated as “a stunning view of the Chugach Mountains!”
Built by the host’s grandfather, this unique and remote Alaskan treehouse rental is for those looking to make the most of their trip up North! During the warmer summer months enjoy all activities in the area like hiking, kayaking, fishing, etc. And during the winter months, stay up in this treehouse for spectacular views of the iconic Northern Lights.
This treehouse comes fully equipped with a kitchen, enclosed shower house with hot water, eco-friendly toilet, and firepit.
This one-bedroom treehouse Airbnb can accommodate up to 5 guests, and is backed with stellar reviews from over 50+ happy travelers!
Alaskan Treehouse Airbnb
Where: Tok, Alaska
Price: $159+ per night
This magical and spacious treehouse in Tok will bring out your inner child! Complete with a large bedroom, shower, kitchenette, futon, and a ton of fairy lights to complete the mood – you’ll simply fall in love with everything about this Airbnb!
During the winter months you’ll be blessed with stunning views of the Aurora Borealis (Northern Lights), and during the summer you’ll soak up the midnight sun as you sit on the wraparound deck.
There’s a free continental breakfast included in your stay, as well as free parking. Currently boasting a PERFECT rating on Airbnb, 40+ guests are simply raving about their time as this uniquely designed and comfortable Alaskan treehouse.
Whether you’re a local Alaskan looking for a weekend getaway, or a traveler coming from afar – definitely book a couple night stay up here!
Treehouse — “Indiana Jones”
Where: Fairbanks, Alaska
Price: $135+ per night
With over 241 stellar reviews, it’s safe to say that this Treehouse Airbnb in Fairbanks, Alaska is one of the most popular places to stay in the state! It’s actually nestled up in the trees along the property of Alaska’s #1 Rated Hostel – Sven’s Basecamp Hostel.
This is perfect spot for adventurer’s to begin their journey in Alaska! You’re guaranteed to meet a ton of fellow travelers, and find adventure buddies for nearby hikes, day-trips, and activities.
Fairbanks is one of the most visited destinations in Alaska, and a stay at this treehouse rental would certainly be unforgettable!
Fairbanks, Alaska Treehouse – Eagle’s Nest Glamping
Where: Fairbanks, Alaska
Price: $100+ per night
This is the newer secondary treehouse rental at Sven’s Basecamp Hostel, and a bit more on the “glamping” side of accommodation!
It’s built up on heavy power poles, and has a glamping tent/ cabin with a comfortable queen bed inside. There’s plenty of space for your belongings, and would be a perfect place for couples to enjoy a romantic setting during their time in Fairbanks!
The Eagle’s Nest — Whale Island Treehouse
Where: Whale Island, Alaska
Price: $125+ per night
Enjoy the feeling of being completed secluded and isolated while staying in this cozy and unique tree house! While it may be located a bit far on Whale Island, you’ll love the wide arrange of outdoor activities during your visit including hunting, fishing, beach-combing, and kayaking.
This Alaskan treehouse Airbnb rental comes equipped with a refrigerator, coffeemaker, hot water boiler, microwave, and a toaster oven. It also comes with basics like coffee, milk, bisquick, syrup, and soups.
While it may be on the more difficult side to reach, a stay here will be the remote vacation of your dreams!
Custom Built Waterfront Luxury Tree House
Where: Ketchikan, Alaska
Price: $670+ per night
If price is no option and you’re looking to splurge on a luxurious vacation treehouse rental, then look no further than this stunning waterfront property!
It’s a truly unique listing and is the only tree house that has a hemlock tree growing through the center in an enclosed tree tower! What? Yeah, re-read that because it’s quite spectacular!
This is a magnificent two-story, custom-built tree house that accommodates 4 guests, and is guaranteed to be an accommodation that you’ll remember for years to come!
You’ll fall in love with the hand milled cedar trim, unique architecture, and unbeatable Alaskan decor. It’s romantic yet adventurous and comes with an insane waterfront view! While it may be the most expensive treehouse rental in Alaska on this list – it’ll be worth every penny!
Eco Friendly Alaskan Log Cabin With Water Views
Location: Eagle River, Anchorage, Alaska
Price: $100+ USD per night
Spacious, elegant, and with floor-to-ceiling windows, this Alaskan log cabin is truly spectacular (and gives off a secluded treehouse vibe). The view alone overlooking the Eagle River are worth booking this place, as it sits atop a hill surrounded by towering forest trees.
I’m also a big fan of the home-owner’s eco-friendly design approach, and you can travel Alaska by feeling assured you’re being as energy-efficient as possible.
Book this listing today and soon enough you’ll be enjoying the stunning panoramic views of the Cook Inlet and Mount Susitna, as well as two volcanoes and downtown Anchorage (only on clear days).
This is another Airbnb property that boasts a perfect 5-Star rating from over 50+ guests, so you know you’re in good hands with this Superhost.
Quiet Forest Cabin with Creekside Hot Tub!
Location: Anchorage, Alaska
Price: $240+ USD per night
Okay, so another listing that isn’t quite a treehouse, but an incredible secluded wooden cabin that will be an unforgettable stay during your time in Alaska! It’s a sprawling 700 square feet with comfortable amenities, but the real star of this is the massive hot tub surrounded by tall forest trees.
It’s tucked away from the business of downtown Anchorage, but still walking distance from the main restaurants and bars in town.
It’s a fantastic place to unwind and connect with nature (this is a treehouse focused article after all)! It’s also backed by a Superhost that goes above and beyond to ensure a quality visit!
Adorable Tree House with Full Amenities
Location: Homer, Alaska
Premier Host: Yes
Price: $159+ USD per night
Last, but certainly not least, is this adorable tree house in Homer, Alaska! While the photos don’t do this place justice (and I hope the owners will take some new ones soon, this treehouse rental is an amazing cabin the trees with gorgeous views of mountains, glaciers, and Homer spit.
There’s a comfy queen bed, single bed, and a futon – making it technically allow to sleep up to 5 guests! While it may not be super luxurious, it’s well equipped with Wifi, satellite TV, Kitchen, and a private bathroom with shower.
It’s affordable, is backed with great reviews, and would be a solid place to experience if you’re planning on visiting Homer, Alaska.