11 Dreamy Treehouse Stays for Your Next PA Adventure

There’s no need to keep your feet on the ground on your next overnight. Whether you’re seeking a woodland adventure or a waterfront retreat, these treehouses will lift your spirits (and you) as you explore Pennsylvania’s greater-than-great outdoors.

1. Oakleaf Treehouse


tree house in the woods

Nestled along the banks of Stony Fork Creek and the nearby ponds of Fernstone Retreat, the Oakleaf Treehouse offers a perfect peaceful, serene, and romantic stay in the great outdoors. Set high in a tree, don’t be fooled by the house’s rustic facade. It features all the modern amenities, from heat and air conditioning to high-speed, wireless internet and a smart TV to a hot tub, yet surrounded by the sounds of nature.

2. The Stabbur, a Unique Scandinavian Cabin/Treehouse


For those seeking the ultimate in secluded lodging, the Stabbur on the grounds of The Inn at Solvang provides the ideal setting. Nestled on an 80-acre farm complete with forests, streams, and hiking trails, the Stabbur is modeled after a Norwegian storehouse, but with a lavish interior complete with all the modern amenities including Wi-Fi, cable tv, air conditioning, and heat making for a quite luxurious escape in the great outdoors.

3. Ohiopyle Treehouse


You are never far from chirping birds and the peaceful sounds of nature as you unwind on one of the three covered porches at this one-of-a-kind Ohiopyle Treehouse. Located more than a quarter mile off the road, the secluded, ADA-accessible treehouse is equipped with all the modern amenities. The mile long, private hiking trail makes it easy to get outdoors and enjoy nature, taking you across a clear mountain stream and into a canopy of mountain laurels.

4. The Bridal Treehouse at Fernstone Retreat


Whether you’re newly married, on a romantic getaway, or simply looking for a cool place to stay, the Bridal Treehouse at Fernstone Retreat provides the perfect escape. Wake up to the sounds of whispering pines and singing birds right outside your window. Hand-crafted from the area’s natural timber with beautiful hardwood floors, a grand, vaulted ceiling, a pebble stone-floor shower, and kitchenette, the treehouse is the epitome of rustic elegance. Be sure to explore the hiking trails, waterfall, and fishing ponds of this 450-acre slice of paradise.

5. The Treehouse at Camp Caitlin

Beach Lake

Perched atop a hill and set amongst nine acres of private forests, the Treehouse at Camp Caitlin provides the ultimate in woodland relaxation. With incredible views from the floor-to-ceiling windows gracing all sides of this uniquely shaped, octagonal tree house and its surrounding porch, the beautiful clawfoot tub – the ideal spot to unwind with a glass of wine, the stunning and massive woodstove promising cozy evenings, and no shortage of modern amenities, the treehouse promises a perfect getaway.

6. Treehouse at Bridgeton House

Upper Black Eddy

Prepare to be pampered at the Treehouse at Bridgeton House! The luxurious king suite features soaring ceilings, a beautiful marble bathroom featuring a round rain shower and two-person jetted tub, a stunning gas fireplace, wet bar, and Wi-Fi. Each morning wake to a basket filled with delicious breakfast treats delivered right to your door and enjoyed from your private, tree-top riverside deck with its phenomenal views of the Delaware River and hillside.

7. The Brick House Bed and Breakfast

Oak Ridge

Surround yourself and that special someone in your life with the sights and sounds of nature at The Brick House Bed and Breakfast Treehouse. Perched 35 feet above the ground and designed as a getaway for two, this cozy treehouse has a queen-size bed, couch, microwave and small fridge, table and chairs for two, and TV. You’ll probably want to spend most of your time outside on the spacious deck, taking in the sweeping views of the surrounding woods and countryside as the nearby Redbank Creek flows by.

8. The Studio House


inside hall with chairs

From its beautifully carved, wooden front doors to its stunning second-floor ceiling, The Studio House is simply brimming with charm. Overlooking a quiet creek on private wooded land, you and three of your nearest and dearest will enjoy a peaceful retreat, complete with two bedrooms, a full bath, and fully equipped kitchen. Discover your inner Thoreau, whiling away the hours on the front porch or back balcony of this idyllic woodland spot as the Laurel Run Creek flows quietly by.

9. Treehouse at Bear Back Brooke


Nestled among rolling farmland and scenic woodlands, the Treehouse at Bear Back Brooke offers the perfect mix of camping and glamour – or “glamping.” There are two decks on opposite sides of the rustic, chalet-style cabin – perfect for catching the morning sunrise and then evening sunset. There’s a mini-stove and propane grill, but no fridge, queen-size bed, cozy living area, and outside hammock for that afternoon nap. Completely unplug or not, your choice – with a generator available to power your electronics.

10. Heidi’s Chalet

Pocono Lake

No need to leave the kids behind. In fact, they may never want to leave! With an incredible game room, a big-screen TV streaming all their favorite channels, a wood burning fireplace, five bedrooms that comfortably sleep up to ten, a fully equipped modern kitchen, and six-person hot tub, the “fairytale” cedar chalet known as Heidi’s Chalet is built for families and friends, and is Ideally located close to several of the Pocono Mountains’ prime recreation and entertainment locales.

11. Airydale Retreat

Mill Creek

Experience nature in a new, refreshing way with a “glamping” adventure at the Airydale Retreat. You will get to enjoy camping out in a tent, but with many of the creature comforts of home. Sleep under the stars in an actual bed with linens in a deluxe canvas tent. Make new friends as you whip up a glamping feast at the community outdoor kitchen, then relax by your private fire ring surrounded by the sights and sounds of nature from above.

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