Treehouse Rentals In Kentucky For Your Next Vacation Stay

by | Last updated Jun 26, 2023

Tree house rentals are a unique way to stay overnight at a location. If you are traveling to Kentucky and want to experience a rustic house in the trees, then we have a few places that you should be booking.

There are a lot of different places to stay in Kentucky, but choosing a tree house could be one of the most memorable events of your whole trip. Everyone dreamed of living in a treehouse when they were a kid, so now’s your chance.

See the sunrise in the morning with the birds and squirrels.

Below are some of the best treehouse rentals in Kentucky that we could find.

Red River Gorge Treehouse

The Birdhouse near Red River Gorge is a 3 bedroom rustic cabin up high in the trees in the town of Rogers, Kentucky. If you’re wanting to get a unique experience while staying in the area, then the Birdhouse is just for you.

Birdhouse treehouse in kentucky
  • 3 Bedrooms
  • 4 Beds
  • 1 Bath

The Birdhouse will sleep 6 people comfortably. The only water source is a water cistern and you are only provided with 5 gallons of drinking water, so plan to bring more bottles of water for your stay.

There’s a large wrap around deck that allows you to relax all day and listen to the birds chirp and sing. If you are looking for wooded seclusion then this is for you.

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Treehouse Rental in Berea

Check out this this amazing rustic treehouse rental in Berea, Kentucky.

Home of liberal arts Berea College and designated as a Kentucky’s Trail Town, if you’re coming to stay in Berea, you should check out the Treetop Flyer treehouse.

treehouse rental in berea ky
  • 2 Beds
  • 1.5 Shared baths
  • 1 Outhouse

It is located on a farm with a shared Community Kitchen and Bath House. There is no plumbing in the treehouse, but there is a jug of spring water and an outhouse at the base of the stairs. The treehouse can accommodate up to 8 people. Pets are not allowed.

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Campton Kentucky Treehouse

Looking for another treehouse camping experience near the Red River Gorge? Then check out this amazing and unique treehouse rental called the Cloud Dome.

red river gorge cloud dome treehouse

It’s romantic and nestled above the canopy of the Red River Rockhouse restaurant.

  • 1 Bed
  • 1 Bedroom
  • Sleeps 2 people

This is definitely a place for a couples romantic getaway in the woods. If you want an unforgettable experience of sleeping in a treehouse in Kentucky, then the Cloud Dome is for you.

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Stanton Kentucky Treehouse

This 2 bed treehouse in Stanton, Kentucky provides a beautiful view of the Red River Gorge. The treehouse is up very high on a pine tree and will have the occasional sway.

This treehouse is not recommended for elderly or small children.

treehouse red river gorge stanton
  • 1 Bedroom
  • 2 Beds

The Stanton Kentucky treehouse offers spectacular views from the top. It has skylights, a cozy kitchen and wrap around porch.

Two 5 gallon jugs of water is available during your stay.

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Sylvan Float Treehouse

The Sylvan Float Treehouse is the perfect place to relax and unwind. It’s located just five minutes from the Martins Fork trailhead, so you can easily explore the gorge’s spectacular hiking and climbing trails.

After a long day of exploring, come back to your cozy treehouse and warm up by the gas stove. Or, sit on your porch and enjoy a delicious meal you’ve cooked yourself.

  • 1 Bedroom
  • 1 Double bed
  • Pets are allowed

The Sylvan Float Treehouse is a unique and unforgettable experience. It’s the perfect place to reconnect with nature and create lasting memories in Kentucky.

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Book your treehouse rental in Kentucky today

Imagine waking up in a treehouse, like you dreamed of when you were a kid. Birds are chirping, squirrels are rustling the leaves and you hear a small creek nearby. You step out onto your wraparound porch and take in the breathtaking views of the forest. The sun is shining, the air is crisp, and you feel completely at peace.

It’s time to pack up your bags, put on your boots and head to Kentucky and check out the outdoors, food and fun. We hope you found a treehouse to stay in while you’re here.

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  1. Susie Bleckner

    Lets rent one @marybleckner


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Hello folks! I’m Trey Copeland, founder and editor of Stay Bluegrass, along with my wife Kaci. We’ve been fortunate to travel to many countries such as Mexico and Costa Rica, but our true roots remain here in the Commonwealth of Kentucky, the Bluegrass State.

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