Treehouses in Ontario You Can Stay At For An Unbe-leaf-able Getaway
I don’t know about you, but I often have my head in the clouds as I dream about future adventures. Although this post had me dreaming a little higher than normal with these incredible treehouses! I’m sure I’m not alone in that I never had a treehouse as a kid so my inner child is ALL over this. If you’re looking for a unique Ontario getaway or if staying overnight in a treehouse is on your bucket list, you have to check out these epic treehouses in Ontario! They are so cool that they warranted the unbe-leaf-ably terrible pun in the title. You’re welcome.
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Treehouse Camp on the Sydenham River
Price Per Night: $57
Near the tiny town of Florence in Southwestern Ontario, you’ll find a cozy little treehouse along the Sydenham River. This private treehouse is perfect for a solo traveller or a cuddly couple looking for a primitive yet secluded getaway.
Follow the rugged one-kilometre footpath to your humble abode. Think of this as backcountry camping but with shelter provided. You’ll be carrying everything for your getaway along the trail so try and pack light! While you won’t find any electricity, plumbing or wifi, you will find a strong connection… with nature!
The treehouse has a fire pit for cooking your food or you also have the option to place a take-out order from a local restaurant nearby. It’s an easy trek of 2km so you can hike it or drive on over. Once the sun sets, you’ll be treated to brilliant views perfect for stargazing. Though you’ll want to make sure you pack a headlamp as the outhouse is about 200 metres from the treehouse!
If you’re looking to disconnect from the world and be one with nature for a few days, this is the Ontario treehouse for you.
Wooden Forest Guesthouse Near Halton Hills
Price Per Night: $250
Head to the town of Acton where you’ll find an incredible getaway just 45 minutes from Toronto. Nestled in a hill, this elegant treehouse retreat offers spectacular views as you’re surrounded by 16 acres of forest. Comfortably sleeping four, it makes for a perfect romantic getaway or a memorable adventure with friends.
Inside you’ll find all the creature comforts of home including a fully-equipped kitchen, French-press coffee maker, wifi, Netflix and more. While you can stay connected indoors, chances are you’ll want to enjoy some quality time by the wood fireplace or admire the views from the treehouse’s floor to ceiling windows.
Did I mention there’s a private waterfall for you to enjoy? Enjoy a scenic stroll along the Black Creek as you take in the sights and sounds of the river. Bring a book along with you and enjoy a quiet afternoon by the waterfront cabana. Guests are welcome to explore any of the walking trails on the property and if that’s not enough, Limehouse Conservation Area is just minutes away for more hiking fun.
Whispering Pines Treehouse in Niagara
Price Per Night: $240
Would you ever have thought you’d find a treehouse in the Niagara Region? Growing up here, I certainly had no idea – but there definitely is one! Say hello to Whispering Pines, a gorgeous two-storey treehouse. Supported by eight beautiful pine trees, you’ll be treated to amazing views overlooking a ravine in the heart of wine country near Vineland.
Inside this one-of-a-kind abode, you’ll find a basic kitchenette with a bar-size fridge, Keurig coffee maker, toaster and microwave. There’s no stove as no fires of any sort are permitted due to you, well, being inside a wooden treehouse. You’ll also find a bathroom and shower on the main floor. As for sleeping arrangements, a comfy queen-size bed will call to you from the upper level. Enjoy a morning coffee (or afternoon beverage, no judgment here!) from one of the two patios 10 feet in the air.
With the town of Jordan just five minutes from Whispering Pines, you’ll find plenty of great local restaurants, some of the incredible wineries in Niagara, grocery stores and more. It’s the perfect spot for a getaway with any amenities you could want close by!
Treehouse in a Private Forest in Port Perry
Price Per Night: $399
Transport yourself to what feels like another world with this incredible treehouse retreat in Ontario. Located close to the western arm of Lake Scugog, you won’t believe you’re just an hour northeast of Downtown Toronto!
You’ll feel right at home during your stay in this three-storey Ontario treehouse. Enjoy 360-degree views from the second and third levels overlooking the 300 acres of beautiful forest. Barbeque some eats on the back deck which you can enjoy at the picnic table or by the fire pit behind the treehouse. If you’d rather cook indoors, there’s a stove at your disposal. With a stocked kitchen, indoor bathroom, fireplace and more, you’ll nestle right into this charming getaway!
On the property, you’ll find a number of ponds for swimming (or skating in the winter!), fire pits and a plethora of mountain biking and hiking trails. There is also a kayak available for you to use during your stay. While you’ll be tempted to enjoy this woodland paradise, you just might find yourself heading into town to check out the restaurants, do a little shopping or to hit up a winery, golf course or ski hill!
If you’re looking for the most luxurious treehouse getaway in Ontario, this is it. I honestly dare you to find one that’s more extravagant than this!
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Deluxe Treehouse Near Toronto
Price Per Night: $226
Just a little east of Port Perry, you’ll find the town of Blackstock and our next Ontario treehouse getaway. It’s built so that it cantilevers over a beautiful valley along the Oak Ridges Moraine. During your stay, you’ll actually feel as if you’re in the trees! As the headwaters for over 30 rivers, this provincially significant geological landform is overflowing with stunning natural beauty.
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This two-room cabin retreat in the trees features large windows and a screened-in porch which overlooks the valley below. While this isn’t a completely off-grid retreat, it is powered by a solar panel and a wind turbine. This means you won’t have electricity readily accessible for all the amenities from home, but you’ll be able to charge your phone to stay connected. It’s the perfect mix of leaving the noise of everyday life behind but still being able to Google all those silly questions that might pop into your head while pondering in the woods.
Let’s be honest though – chances are you’ll find yourself catching up on some sleep in the hammock!
The Woodpecker Treehouse Near Belleville
Price Per Night: $150
If you’re artistically-minded and are looking for somewhere to unleash your creativity, you’ll want to book a few nights at Collabo Camp’s treehouse retreat. Described as “when childhood dreams meet adult needs”, you’ll get your creative juices flowing at The Woodpecker.
Located on the traditional lands of the Mohawk People close to Tweed, Collabo Camp is a retreat which spans 100 wooded acres. Each dwelling on the property has its own unique vibe where guests will find plenty of privacy but also shared spaces to seek out others. Be sure to explore the property where you’ll find a music studio, dojo, art gallery and more.
The Woodpecker is not one but two treehouses that are connected by an observation deck. Climb the refurbished spiral staircase to enter the first treehouse where you’ll find a lounging area outfitted with a desk, seating area and small bed. Step out onto the bridge for a breath of fresh air (and a brilliant view of the camp) before entering the second treehouse where you’ll find the main bedroom and a mural of the dwelling’s namesake.
Designed to facilitate creation and collaboration, Collabo Camp will unleash your expressive spirit as you connect with others and the natural environment. Whether you work with visuals, sound, physical materials or spiritually, Collabo Camp is where you can find the passion and strength to explore new ideas.
Eco-Friendly Waterfront Treehouse in Lanark County
Price Per Night: $220
In the heart of the Lanark Highlands, you’ll find this rustic, handmade treehouse surrounded by beautiful oak and cedar trees. Built right over the rapids of the Mississippi River, you’ll be sleeping 20 feet off the ground as you listen to the rushing river below!
This glamping getaway is crafted using natural and reclaimed materials, making it one of the most unique Airbnbs you’ll find in Ontario! Inside you’ll find a fridge, hot plate, microwave, sink and a composting toilet. A barbeque is available for you to use as well as an outdoor shower in the summer months. With enough room to sleep eight, it’s the perfect spot for a family getaway or a weekend of fun with friends.
As you can imagine, there is plenty of fun to be had with the Mississippi River right there. Enjoy a paddle, swimming, fishing or just sit right in the rapids and feel the water flow around you! There are plenty of other great things to do in Lanark County like hiking trails, farmers’ markets and more. Although with the amount of fun to be had in your natural surroundings plus the board games and books available for guests to enjoy, you’ll probably want to soak it up as much as you can!
If eco treehouse vacations are your jam, then you’ll want to book this getaway in Lanark County.
Tree House Cabin Near Ottawa
Price Per Night: $200
In the heart of a 100-acre forest, you’ll find this gorgeous custom-designed off-grid treehouse. Fall asleep to the sounds of bullfrogs, birds, squirrels and even the odd wolf in your rustic abode 9 feet off the ground. This one-room treehouse cabin is the perfect getaway for those looking to unplug. Featuring a queen bed and two single beds, it sleeps four comfortably.
While there’s no power or water, there is a simple hand washing and drinking station provided to keep you hydrated. You also have access to an outdoor shower in the summer months. You’ll need to bring your own portable chargers if you want to keep your phone charged (yes, there is service!) but chances are you’ll be too busy enjoying the brilliant night sky as you sit by the fire pit.
Accessible year-round, this getaway has plenty to offer throughout the seasons! A winter visit means you’re welcome to enjoy a meander through the forest on a pair of cross country skis or snowshoes. In the summer, guests have access to a canoe so you can go for a paddle and explore the property from the water.
If you’re an outdoor enthusiast who loves a good camping adventure, this is definitely a getaway for you. Plus if you really need a dose of civilization, the towns of Almonte and Carp are close by so you can pick up anything you may need!
Aren’t These Treehouses in Ontario Amazing?
Is your inner child jumping with joy at the thought of staying in one of these incredible Airbnbs? I know mine sure is! It certainly isn’t your typical getaway but I bet it will be an adventure you won’t forget.
As you can tell, some of these treehouse Airbnbs in Ontario are a little more primitive than others. For the more rustic options, I do not recommend them to someone who has no experience camping before. There are certain things you’ll need to think about like how to store and cook your food off-grid, etc that can be stressful if you’ve never done it. At the same time, this is also a great way to try a backcountry-style adventure for the first time.
Whatever you choose, just make sure you do a little bit of research so you’re properly prepared so as to not ruin your awesome treehouse getaway! Oh, and don’t forget to read the Airbnb descriptions thoroughly before you book. Each listing will tell you exactly what you need for your adventure amongst the trees.
Which one of these fantastic tree houses do you want to stay in first? Is there an Ontario treehouse Airbnb that I’ve missed? Let me know in a comment below!
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