Budget-Friendly Tree Houses

By Hayley Donigan

You can’t put a price on memories, but it definitely doesn’t hurt to spend your vacations somewhere that won’t completely break the bank. When you stay in one of these exquisite tree house rentals, you are guaranteed to have a one-of-a-kind experience in the great outdoors. Sit back, take a breath of fresh air, and enjoy some of the most stunning natural scenery you will ever sleep in the heart of—the best part is that they are affordable, so you can even try them all!

East Coast

Tree houses allow you to gain an entirely new perspective on the wildlife of your home state. If you live on the East Coast, you know for yourself how stunning its natural scenery is. Take advantage of the opportunity to have a view from the tree tops and stay in one of these stunning tree house rentals.

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This cozy tree house in Tennessee (from $138/night) is fully equipped, has a hot tub, and is secluded in seven acres of wilderness.

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Located in a remote mountain cove in Pisgah National Forest, this rustic tree house in North Carolina (from $77/night) has been built right next to a cascading waterfall.

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If you like saunas, massages, and yoga, then this eco tree house in Virginia (from $115/night) is for you.

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Near opportunities for hiking, fishing, golfing, and skiing, this tree house cabin in North Carolina (from $114/night) is an adventurer’s dream.

Further West

If you venture over to the West Coast, you will find an entire selection of towering tree houses that are all near opportunities for outdoor adventures. However, if you are looking for a relaxing getaway, feel free to choose that instead. However you spend your days, your nights will be closer to the stars than ever before.

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Situated on a working farm in the mountains, this luxurious tree house in New Mexico (from $104/night) has been completely handcrafted.

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Completely pet-friendly and kid-friendly, this unique tree house in Washington (from $126/night) is a fantastic option for families.

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Visit this eco-friendly tree house in California (from $138/night) to take part in world-class surfing, hiking, kayaking, and wine tasting.

Continue your tree house adventure by browsing our tree houses with the best views and our top selfie-worthy tree houses. These 15 tree houses for your bucket list and these tree houses to visit before you’re 30 are also great inspiration for your next outdoor getaway.