Looking for a totally new way to stay with the kids? Now’s the time to book a magical treehouse rental in Oregon

While some folks say it’s not about the destination, it’s about the journey, that’s not the always the case. Especially when a treehouse rental is in your future. More than just a cozy place to hole up with the kids on your next vacation, these Oregon treehouse rentals have everything you need to stay comfortably for a long weekend (or longer). And did we mention the incredible perks like zip lines, lakeside locations, and netted hammocks that’ll keep the kids busy for hours? The next time you need to spice up your road trip routine with the kids, book one of these treehouses near Portland. They’re tops!

Treesort Treehouse | Cave Junction, OR

If your number one requirement for a treehouse getaway is a rope bridge to a beautiful, wood-planked, suspended cabin, then look no further. Sitting at the focal point of a one-of-a-kind bridge is this incredibly cozy abode. Located in Cave Junction, Oregon, this rental is close to several astounding hiking trails, fishing opportunities, and if you’re up for it, rafting. Book the adventure of a lifetime and gear yourselves up for a weekend of horseback riding, ziplining, ping-pong–the whole lot this fall.

Sleeps: 5
Cost: $232/night
Online: airbnb.com

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Eagles Nest Treehouse | Portland

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Hosted by Airbnb superhost Bears, this cabin is a childhood fantasy. Complete with a giant soaking tub, an 18-foot elevated zip line, and a rope bridge, this treehouse getaway truly makes you feel like you’re stepping into folklore. The deck includes a dining space so you can enjoy your meal while you commune with nature, and the interior walls are raw pine so no matter where you are, the scent of the forest is present. Skylights and massive windows invite the beauty of the outdoors into the space, and the cabin is surrounded by beautiful, massive pines. Did we mention that this incredible stay is only 15 minutes from downtown Portland? That’s right. This incredible getaway feels as such whilst being nestled in the West Slope neighborhood of west Portland. So look no further than your own backyard and book your stay today.

Sleeps: 6
Cost: $257/night
Online: airbnb.com

Magical Treehouse | Mt. Hood, OR

Located near Eagle Creek southeast of Portland proper is this elevated respite. This loft, elevated by three Douglas Fir trees offers a true forest getaway for you and your family. Nearby are several streams, rivers, and hiking trails to suit anything your inner outdoorsperson could desire. If you’re in for a bit of a drive, head up to the nearby Timberline Lodge on Mt. Hood for lunch and a photo op. Access to this treehouse is via a spiral staircase, just adding to the imagination of it all, so be sure to pack reasonably sized luggage. Whether you plan to hike, relax on the private patio, or enjoy the lake views (maybe even take a dip), this treehouse is the perfect place to disconnect and recharge.

Sleeps: 4
Cost: $304/night
Online: airbnb.com

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Wald House | Portland

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Traveling with the family in a car for long periods of time isn’t always the best way to kick off a fun weekend getaway, so we’ve sourced an option right near the heart of our beautiful Portland, Oregon. Nestled in the West Hills of Portland is the Wald House PDX. Beaming with architectural style, beautifully decorated interiors, and an astonishing amount of natural light, the Wald House PDX gives you the opportunity to rest, relax, and regard your children as they enjoy the serenity of this home. Definitely one of the more unique takes on treehouse living, this Airbnb is an absolute must. Jet over to their Airbnb site to reserve your family’s well-deserved spot in this charming abode.

Sleeps: 5
Cost: $346/night
Online: airbnb.com

Treehouse at the Lake | Lakeside, OR

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Charming and attention-getting, this incredible home offers your family lakefront views and deep forest solitude. With a wrap-around deck, incredible opportunity for natural light, and a lake full of Bass, this cabin is the whole package for your family’s outdoor getaway. Grab the fishing tackle, the frisbee, and pack some brats for the gas BBQ for the ultimate R&R.

Good to Know: Please note that this property is boat-access only, so be sure you have appropriate watercraft lined up when you book. And then you can truly disconnect knowing that road noise at this cabin is truly nonexistent.

Sleeps: 4
Cost: $211/night
Online: airbnb.com

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Treehouse at Farwood Retreat | Tiller, OR

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Hosted by Airbnb superhosts Anna and James, this hidden bungalow is the perfect family getaway destination. Cozied up in the deep stretches of the Umpqua National Forest, the Farwood Retreat is a storybook take on cabin life. Seated well-established and well off the ground, this incredible hovering structure offers your family a bit of respite and reconnection with nature and each other. The treehouse at Farwood Retreat does not have cell-phone coverage, meaning you are at the will of your imagination—how fun! Roam the forest, play amongst the trees, serve home-cooked meals, and enjoy the company of the people closest to you. Make your way down to the creek and the swimming hole if the weather cooperates, but be sure to book your stay today.

Sleeps: 4
Cost: $148/night
Online: airbnb.com

Treehouse on an Herb Farm | Newberg, OR

a brown treehouse with a walkway sits among the trees outside of Portland

Dundee is known for its wineries and rolling vineyards, but a hidden gem of these southern hills is Airbnb host Christina’s treehouse vacation home. This space’s history is decorated with press, as it was featured in Rachel Ray’s magazine in November of 2012, and was built by Animal Planet’s Treehouse Master host Pete Nelson. You know you’re staying in style when you book your family weekend away at this cozy cabin. Littered with opportunities for wildlife spotting, an opportunity to stroll through the on-site labyrinth, and berry-picking, this little stay is the perfect way to unwind and reconnect with nature and the family. Be sure to schedule your much-needed retreat and book your vacation today.

Sleeps: 5
Cost: $303/night
Online: airbnb.com

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