Three Enchanting Treehouse Rentals in MT Among Best in Country
Staying overnight in a treehouse may not be for everyone, but if you want to embrace your inner child and sleep high above the ground in your own private sanctuary, Montana has quite a few quality options.
Montana is full of thick beautiful forests and pristine places that allow you to get off the grid, and truly enjoy the peace and quiet of your surroundings. There's a reason that the motto "Get Lost in Montana" can be seen on bumper stickers and billboards across the state.
If you're in search of an alternative to a traditional Airbnb or vacation rental, a treehouse might be right up your alley. Three treehouse rentals in Montana have received a lot of national attention, and are the definition of one-of-a-kind. You can find a variety of rentals on Airbnb and VRBO, but most of them aren't even close to as cool as renting a treehouse.
Three Enchanting Treehouse Rentals in Montana
- Meadowlark Treehouse
The first on the list is the most popular treehouse rental in the state. Travel & Leisure referred to it as a "real-life snowglobe" for those that choose to book it during the winter. It has also been featured on The Treehouse Guys on DIY Network. The Upscale Montana Treehouse Retreat is a double-decker treehouse located near the west entrance of Glacier National Park and minutes away from Whitefish. According to VRBO, the average nightly rental is $499.
2. Tamarack Chalet at Snow Bear Chalets
The Tamarack Chalet is one of the more upscale treehouse rentals in Montana. It's extremely popular during ski season due to its proximity to Big Mountain in Whitefish. You can literally ski out of your treehouse and onto the slopes! TIME Magazine called Snow Bear Chalets one of the "100 Best Places in the World" in 2018. Start saving your money if you want to book a stay because the average nightly rental will cost you $954 according to VRBO.
3. Raven's Nest Treehouse
Raven's Nest Treehouse is located on the same property as the Meadowlark Treehouse in Columbia Falls. It's a modern A-frame treehouse with all of the luxury amenities. Also, it's the most affordable of the three. You can rent it for $470/night on Airbnb.