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Forfeiting modern comforts isn’t necessary to enjoy glamping at these popular treetop retreats

Small wooden house in front of a lake.
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Around Atlanta and beyond, a multitude of interesting accommodations provide opportunities for unique escapes. When it comes to glamping—that is, camping without sacrificing comfort—these accommodations include several treehouses.

From Inside the Perimeter to the far reaches of North Georgia, you’ll find the trees are filled with houses large and small, all suitable for hosting unforgettable getaways.

A spacious bedroom up in the trees.
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Flintstone

While still in Georgia, this treehouse actually is just 15 minutes from Chattanooga at the foot of Lookout Mountain. Billed as a romantic getaway, this unit actually sleeps up to four thanks to the main bedroom and a loft room.

The bathroom doesn’t look fancy, but certainly contains some fancy features with heated floors and a walk-in shower with five showerheads. Outside, relax on two decks, or kick back by the fire pit.

Rates start at $393 per night.

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Sleep surrounded by nature.
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Suches

Located on a property with other treehouses tucked away in the woods, this particular unit is lovely in its simplicity. With a queen bed and private bathroom, it accommodates two guests, making it ideal for a low-key escape filled with romance.

If more amenities are desired, head to the main residence, where you can make full use of the kitchen. Those interested in exploring their surroundings can enjoy a hike in the adjoining Chattahoochee National Forest.

Nightly rates start at $117.

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Lakemont

Overlooking the Tallulah River in Lakemont, about an hour and a half northeast of Atlanta, this treehouse masquerading as a log cabin accommodates up to eight guests, making it ideal for a family retreat.

Grill-masters can cook up a meal in the full kitchen or use the grill outside. Guests also can take advantage of such resort amenities as an indoor and outdoor swimming pool, the clubhouse, and several river activities.

Rates start at $300 per night.

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Enjoy a bird’s eye view of the lake from the trees.
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Jackson

Approximately an hour southeast of Atlanta in Jackson, this waterfront treehouse makes the most of its rustic ambience, from the cedar bed frame to the wooden Adirondack chairs to the natural wood railings along the deck.

Amenities include a fireplace, kitchenette, and clawfoot tub inside with a hot tub on the deck.

Rates start at $222 per night.

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Act like Hollywood royalty at this treehouse.
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East Atlanta

A mainstay in Georgia’s thriving TV and film industry, this East Atlanta treehouse has appeared in such shows as Kevin Probably Saves the World and Love & Hip-Hop, plus a number of music videos. With a private bedroom, a loft bedroom, and two bathrooms, this property accommodates up to four guests. Take in views of the surrounding bamboo forest from the swinging Bali bed on the covered porch.

Rates start at $421 per night.

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Enjoy this treehouse from every angle.
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Big Canoe

Residing in Big Canoe between Jasper and Dawsonville, this treehouse is much more spacious than it first appears. Inside, there are two bedrooms, two bathrooms, a full kitchen, and a living room outfitted with a fireplace and a flat-screen TV. Outside, the wraparound deck contains seating where you can enjoy views of Sconti Lake, plus a grill for cooking out.

Rates start at $235 per night.

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A circular copper-colored building with green door surrounded by trees and wooden ramp leading to the door.
This treehouse is a relaxing retreat after ziplining.
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Banning Mills

Head west along Interstate 20 to Whitesburg, and you’ll find a great selection of treehouses at Historic Banning Mills. Each one includes a king bed, a fireplace, a bathroom, a jetted tub for two, a small refrigerator, and a microwave. There’s also a small balcony for checking out the wooded views.

Breakfast is included at the main lodge. During your stay, you can enjoy ziplining, horseback riding, climbing the rock wall, kayaking, and more.

Rates start at $309 per night.

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Search for pennies in the trees.
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Flintstone

Near the Georgia-Tennessee state line, enjoy peace and quiet for up to four guests at this treehouse. Unique features include flooring comprised of gleaming pennies and a shower created with a vintage whiskey barrel. Floor-to-ceiling windows bring the outside in, while a balcony offers a place to enjoy the great outdoors. Down at the fire pit, you can indulge in sweet treats with the complimentary s’mores kit.

Rates start at $309 per night.

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This treehouse welcomes the entire family.
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Lakemont

With an exterior reminiscent of a moonshiner’s cabin hidden in the woods, this Lakemont treehouse overlooks the Tallulah River. With a private bedroom, two full beds in the loft, and a sleeper sofa in the living room, this spacious unit accommodates up to eight guests. Because the treehouse is part of a resort, guests can enjoy a clubhouse, an indoor and outdoor swimming pool, and all river activities.

Rates start at $300 per night.

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Enjoy a lot of outdoor living at this treehouse.
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Suches

For those looking for a romantic treehouse, this Suches property answers the call. Although there is a bedroom, that space opens onto the deck, where guests can actually place the bed should they want a more authentic camping experience. Attached to the treehouse, there’s a covered deck that serves as an outdoor living room.

Rates start at $176 per night.