Florida June 09, 2015
These 8 Treehouses In Florida Will Give You An Unforgettable Experience
Having a treehouse in your backyard is every kid’s dream. Maybe because of our tropical weather, though, it doesn’t seem all that common here in Florida. Nonetheless, these treehouses and treehouse-style lodging will have you pining for one of your own.
Walt Disney World Resort's Saratoga Springs Treehouse Villas
These luxurious treehouses offer something unique, even for Disney. Tucked away on the Sassagoula River you'll find the ultimate glamping experience. These three-bedroom treehouses each offer flat screen TV's, a fully-equipped kitchen, private deck and grill.
Abandoned Victorian Treehouse
The Honky Ranch treehouse in Brooksville, FL, is a beautiful and haunting remnant of an entrepreneur's gift to his grandchildren.
Sunrise Oasis Yurt
This inventive campsite is located on the Santa Fe River near High Springs, FL.
Extreme Polynesian Beach House
This huge treehouse-style resort in Longboat Key has three separate areas connected by covered walkways and every modern amenity you could need.
This unique and affordable place to stay is connected to a zen retreat in Gainesville, FL. It's available for travelers on Airbnb.
Private treehouse with rock climbing wall and zip line
Barbara Butler is an artist and professional builder of treehouses, play forts, and other play structures. She has built play structures across the country. This treehouse is for private use, but if you have the money to spend, you could have one of her team's structures built for your own family or community.
Camp Chowenwaw Treehouse
This treehouse-style cabin is located in Camp Chowenwaw in Green Cove Springs, FL. Here you can sleep soundly up high and away from critters and creepy-crawlies.
The Swiss Family Treehouse in Walt Disney World's Adventureland
The Swiss Family treehouse is inspired by the classic Disney film and is outfitted with the shipwrecked family's possessions. Kids love touring this ultimate treehouse, and despite the six-story climb, adults will appreciate the view.
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