The Looking Glass Treehouse Is The Newest Way To Experience The Beauty Of Red River Gorge In Kentucky
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If you always dreamed of having a treehouse as a kid, then Kentucky is a great place to be. While you still may not have your own elevated hideout in your backyard, there are many places in the Bluegrass State where you can play, relax, and sleep in the trees. Thanks to The Canopy Crew and other creative and talented individuals, you can spend the night in a treehouse in Kentucky, and you actually have your pick of several. We love to share these unique creations and now the newest treehouse in Kentucky is available for rent. The Looking Glass Treehouse is the newest way to experience the beauty of Red River Gorge and you’ll once again be impressed by this ultimate escape into nature.
The Looking Glass Treehouse in Kentucky is an exciting and unique way to experience the natural beauty of Red River Gorge. Enjoy a dreamy overnight in the trees in a place that still offers all of the comforts of home, with a few fun extras. Have you always wanted to stay in one of these incredible treehouses? Or perhaps you already have? Share your experience and thoughts with us in the comments!
For rental information on The Looking Glass, visit its Airbnb listing here or it’s Red River Gorgeous listing here. And to keep up with the adventures of The Canopy Crew, follow along with them on Facebook here.
And while you’re in Red River Gorge, if you want to enjoy a fantastic meal, check out our previous article here.
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A Cincinnati native who has lived in Kentucky for over 10 years, Andrea's heart belongs both in the Queen City and the Bluegrass State. After earning an education degree and working in that field for a number of years, Andrea began to pursue her passion for writing over 6 years ago. Since then she has written for a number of print and online publications, as well as published a children's book.