Looking for a unique place to stay or romantic getaway in Texas? Why not rent a treehouse! A treehouse getaway is also a great social distancing vacation idea during these crazy COVID-19 times. Check out this list of 20+ incredible Treehouse Rentals in Texas!
Treehouses in Texas You Can Rent
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Sycamore Treehouse at HoneyTree Farm
The Sycamore Treehouse at HoneyTree Farm near Fredericksburg is another one of the most popular treehouse rentals in Texas!
The interior of this treehouse is absolutely gorgeous and modern. It sleeps 2 guests with 1 bedroom and 1 bath.
Texas Treehouse near Lumberton
Located outside Lumberton, Texas in the heart of the Big Thicket, this naturalist treehouse is great for couples looking to get away!
This property has a ton of great reviews, and the owners are Airbnb superhosts! If this one isn’t available, the owners just opened a new property that is equally as beautiful!
Guadalupe River Cabin Treehouse
Located near New Braunfels, Texas, Robins Roost Treehouse Cabin at River Road can sleep up to 7 people.
The owner says, from the “moment you arrive at our property and see the enormous eighty-foot cypress trees with decades old wild mustang grapevines hanging from their limbs, and a 100’ footbridge that takes you safely across the seasonal creek to your private tree house, you realize you are in a special place.”
Cloud 9 Tree Haus - New Braunfels Treehouse
This funky treehouse on Cloud Lane in New Braunfels can sleep up to 5 guests! Cloud 9 Tree Haus is one of four tree houses around a shared pool on the property.
Viewpoint Treehouse at Grandview Treetops, Texas
This treehouse at Granview Treetops is a cozy little rental with excellent reviews! According to the host, it was “designed with couples in mind, the Viewpoint focuses on a very comfortable bed, luxurious bathroom, and plenty of deck space to soak in the trees and surrounding nature. “