6 Amazing Treehouses You Can Rent in 2021
Where you can be at home among the trees
Need a change of scenery? We’re compiled a list of unique, treehouse-style homes to rent in the Mountain West.
Montana Treehouse Retreat
Columbia Falls, MT
Experience the gateway to Glacier National Park up in the trees. After years of dreaming to build a treehouse of their own, it wasn’t until owners Kati and Darin Robison purchased a 7 acre property outside of Whitefish, that those dreams started to become a reality. The 4th generation Montanans have a deep love for their state, and know of all that it has to offer—to visitors and residents alike.
This luxurious treehouse features a spiral staircase custom crafted around a giant Douglas fir tree. With 500 square feet of living space, the treehouse has two outside deck areas, a full kitchen, dishwasher, stove and plenty of space to gather. The primary suite loft has a second story deck and a private half bathroom. There is no “roughing it” in this treehouse.
Snow Bear Chalets
Whitefish Mountain Ski Resort, MT
Snow Bear Chalets take ski-in/ski-out to a whole new level. Located on Whitefish Mountain Ski Resort’s Hope Mountain, this collection of three magical luxury treehouses has breathtaking mountain and wooded views, with beautiful, highly functional living spaces, comfortable bedrooms and a large balcony with outdoor dining and private hot tub.
These treehouses are the ultimate in luxury living for those who choose a unique, decadent holiday experience. If you’re ready to be spoiled on a gorgeous mountain escape, you’ve found the right place.
Under Canvas Glacier
Located just 7 miles from the entrance to Glacier National Park, Under Canvas Glacier offers travelers a one-of-kind glamping experience in Montana’s “Big Sky Country.”
Starting in the summer of 2021, enjoy a secluded, luxurious treehouse glamping experience with amazing views. The treehouse includes a king size bed, ensuite bathroom with a shower, sink and flushing toilet and more. Cozy up to the wood-burning stove after exploring Montana’s great outdoors.
Jackson Hole Hideout
Kick back and relax at this inviting hillside inn nestled among soaring evergreen trees. Fully renovated in 2016, the rustic and handcrafted Jackson Hole Hideout is a lodge-style property, set on four acres in Wilson, featuring wood beamed ceilings, plentiful large windows and cozy spaces both indoors and out.
This spot is full of Western charm.
Little Red Treehouse
Located on the way to Rocky Mountain National Park, this treehouse gem is within walking distance to shopping, restaurants, hiking and bike trails, fishing and river tubing, and even a little bluegrass music.
Little Red Treehouse is the perfect spot for honeymooners looking for a private, cozy retreat with big time mountain views.
Highland Haven Creekside Inn
Live out a fairytale in the TreeHouse Suite at Highland Haven Creekside Inn. The magical, one-of-a-kind hideaway boasts three-levels and two stories and features a king bed, sparkly chandelier, stained glass, custom iron and stone fireplace, steam shower and plush bathrobes.
Climb up to discover the dreamy spa room with “champagne bubble” Jacuzzi and spectacular views into the towering Blue Spruce trees.