The Top 10 Treehouse Rentals in the Georgia Mountains

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[Updated October 26, 2021] If you’re a nature lover, I’m fairly sure that at some point in your childhood you dreamed about living in a decked-out treehouse.

Whether it began when you watched the Swiss Family Robinson build an elaborate treehouse on an uninhabited island; read about the adventures of Jack and Annie in The Magic Tree House; or just climbed trees in your own backyard, it’s a common childhood fantasy that follows many of us into adulthood.

The indescribable feeling of being perched high above the ground and looking out over the world from your secluded safe haven in the forest is definitely one to remember.

Add to this scene the breathtaking vistas of the Blue Ridge Mountains and it becomes nearly unforgettable.

To help you find the perfect treetop cabin that will satisfy your childhood dreams, we’ve compiled a list of some of the best treehouse rentals in the Georgia mountains.

Each of these offers a secluded sense of tranquility, allowing you to unplug and escape into nature while still retaining access to all the modern amenities you could ever need! 

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Canopy Blue Luxury Treehouse Blue Ridge GA

Canopy Blue Luxury Treehouse

Blue Ridge GA

650 sq. ft

Sleeps 6 • 1 BR • 1 BA


Located in the Aska Adventure Area of Blue Ridge, Canopy Blue is one of the most luxurious treehouse rentals in Georgia. 

The treehouse spans three stories, with high ceilings, large plate glass windows, and interior details that give an outdoor feel while still offering all the perks of an upscale living space. 

The main entry floor has a private queen bedroom, a living area with a small sofa, bunk beds, and a flat screen TV.

It also has a full kitchen area with everything from a microwave, coffee maker, and refrigerator to a crockpot and waffle maker!

Up in the carpeted loft area there’s a one-of-a-kind hanging bed/sofa, ottoman, and another flat screen TV. Air-conditioning, heating, and unlimited high-speed WiFi are also available throughout the treehouse.


Outside there’s a 1,000-square-foot deck that wraps around the treehouse.

It overlooks the Chattahoochee National Forest, providing breathtaking sunset views, which we recommend enjoying  from the outdoor hot tub!

Also on the deck you’ll find a gas grill, fire pit, and outdoor furniture.

Nearby Attractions

The treehouse is located on 4 private acres adjoining the national forest, and has direct hiking access to the famous Benton MacKaye Trail.

It’s also just a 10-minute drive to downtown Blue Ridge, where you can stroll through iconic landmarks like the Blue Ridge Depot (home of the Blue Ridge Scenic Railway), Blue Ridge City Park, the Historic Fannin County Courthouse and Art Center, as well as plenty of antique shops and restaurants. 

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Blue Ridge Treehouse

Blue Ridge Tree House

Blue Ridge GA

2500 sq. ft 

Sleeps 8 • 3 BR • 3 BA


Located just outside of Blue Ridge, this 3-story North Georgia treehouse rental sleeps up to eight people, with a bedroom and bathroom on each floor.

The kitchen area (which includes a microwave, oven, blender, toaster, refrigerator, and coffee maker) looks out into the family room. There you’ll find a beautiful gas log fireplace, cathedral ceiling, and windows that allow for plenty of natural light.

Along with internet and flat screen TVs on each floor, this Blue Ridge cabin rental also has air-conditioning and a heater as well as a washer and dryer.


Each level of the property has its own covered deck where you can take in the beautiful surrounding scenery and relax on the outdoor furniture.

There’s also a game room in the lower level, with a foosball table and plenty of games and books for you to enjoy.

Nearby Attractions

This cabin is conveniently located three minutes from downtown Blue Ridge, so there’s plenty of things to do nearby.

They include picking up some fresh fruit at Mercier Orchards, having fun at Cohutta Cove Mini Golf, or spending a day at Blue Ridge Lake (which is located just four miles from the treehouse)!

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Treehouse Retreat - Escape to Blue Ridge

Treehouse Retreat

Blue Ridge GA

Sleeps 6 • 2 BR • 2 BA


Tucked away on the edge of the Chattahoochee National Forest, this Blue Ridge cabin rental has beautiful floor-to- ceiling wood paneling accented with rustic décor and plenty of space to enjoy all kinds of getaways.

The living room has tons of comfy furniture, as well as a stone hearth gas fireplace and flat screen TV. The kitchen is fully stocked with electric appliances, a drip coffee maker, and an ice maker.

Other offerings include a dining table that seats six, WIFI, and central HVAC.


The Treehouse Retreat offers a covered porch that features a wood-burning fireplace and log-framed sofa and chairs, making it the perfect spot for enjoying quiet evenings outside.

The spacious wrap-around deck also offers incredible views of the North Georgia mountains, and has a gas grill for your BBQ pleasure.

When visiting this Blue Ridge cabin, you’re also welcome to bring up to two well-behaved dogs, as long as you have prior management approval.

Nearby Attractions

The property is located just 3 miles from downtown Blue Ridge, where you can check out the art galleries and shops like High Country Art & Antiques, or stop for some handcrafted beers at the Blue Ridge Brewery.

If you’re into hiking, it only takes 10 steps from the front door to reach a private trail that connects to plenty of bigger trails within the National Forest.

The trails to Long Creek Falls and Little Rock Creek Falls are close by as well!

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Blue Ridge Treehouse

Blue Ridge Treehouse

Blue Ridge GA

Sleeps 4 • 1BR • 1BA


Built by The Treehouse Guys for the DIY Network TV show, this treehouse in Blue Ridge GA is unique because it actually has a real, live tree inside the structure!

The interior has a wonderfully rustic feel and is decorated with a variety of bear-themed décor. Which seems especially fitting when you consider that the treehouse is located at Bear Claw Vineyards, one of Georgia’s best wineries.

In the loft there’s a queen-sized bed, and in the living area there’s a leather couch with a queen sleeper bed. The kitchen area features a microwave, refrigerator, and Keurig with an assortment of coffee and drinks.

WiFi and a state-of-the-art Daikin HVAC system are also included at this cabin. 


The patio area of the Blue Ridge Treehouse offers incredible views of the vineyards below, as well as Little Sugar Creek (which runs through the property).

There’s also an outdoor propane BBQ grill and fire pit, as well as rocking chairs where you can sit back, relax, and enjoy truly beautiful sunsets almost every night.

Nearby Attractions

Bear Claw vineyards hosts a number of public events, including wine and live music on the weekends. Treehouse guests are welcome to enjoy Bear Claw Vineyard’s Saturday VIP tour for 10% off.

There are also plenty of hiking trails and a couple of Blue Ridge waterfalls close by.

If you’re looking for some great dining options, check out our recommendations for the Best Restaurants in Blue Ridge, most of which are just four miles away!

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Treehouse with Elegance Ellijay GA

Treehouse With Elegance

Ellijay GA

800 sq. ft

Sleeps 4 • 1 BR • 1 BA


Situated high on a summit overlooking the gorgeous Blue Ridge Mountains and River Valley below, this treehouse rental in Georgia makes for a perfect weekend getaway.

The wooden walls and fireplace, coupled with a spacious bedroom and king-sized bed, give the place a cozy atmosphere that’s hard to resist. 

There’s a kitchen area that includes a fridge, toaster, microwave, and two-burner stove as well as a coffee maker (coffee is provided). Other offerings include WiFI, TV satellite or cable, an Alexa stereo, and air-conditioning.


Outside there’s a spacious deck with a great view and plenty of chairs to relax in.

For those cooler evenings in the mountains, there’s also a fire pit you can light up, along with a hot tub.

During the summer, guests also have the added perk of a kayak/canoe that is free to use.

Nearby Attractions

With its prime location just one mile from downtown Ellijay and 15 minutes to downtown Blue Ridge, there’s plenty to do near the Treehouse With Elegance.

Ellijay is best known for apple picking at local orchards just as Georgia’s fall colors start to peak. But there are also some incredible vineyards you can explore, including Engelheim Vineyards and Cartecay Vineyards.

If you’re in the mood for a day on the water, Carters Lake offers 62 miles of serene natural shoreline, as well as a marina where you can rent a boat for the day.

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Tree House Views

Tree House Views

Clayton GA

Sleeps 4 • 2 BR • 2 BA


Situated near the peak of Screamer Mountain, this cabin in North Georgia is great for all kinds of getaways. It’s especially perfect for families with kids, offering both a baby crib and pack-and-play if needed.

There are two bathrooms and bedrooms with queen-sized beds, plus a living area that features a gas log fireplace, pine floor, and knotted pine vaulted ceiling.

The kitchen area has everything you need for cooking meals in, including stainless steel appliances and various pantry items. Also included is WiFi, satellite TV, air-conditioning, and a heater.


There’s plenty to do outdoors at this Clayton cabin rental, whether you want to cook burgers on the gas grill, s’mores on the fire pit, or just sit back and relax at the patio table and chairs.

Also on the deck is a hot tub that has cup holders, colored lights, and plenty of jets to soothe your muscles in while you soak in the spectacular mountain views.

Nearby Attractions

For excellent outdoor adventure and sunrise/sunset views, Black Rock Mountain State Park is under three miles away.

Tallulah Gorge State Park is about 9 miles away, with awesome waterfalls such as Angel/Panther Falls and Minnehaha Falls making great stops along the way.

There are also two golf courses nearby (the Rabun County Golf Club and Kingwood Resort Golf), as well as Tiger Mountain Vineyards, which offers year-round tours and tastings.  

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Wiley Mountain Lodge

Wiley Mountain Lodge

Clayton/Lakemont GA

2,300 sq. ft

Sleeps 8 • 4 BR • 3 BA


The Wiley Mountain Lodge was once an inn that welcomed North Georgia’s first visitors off of the Tallulah Falls Locomotive Trains 100 years ago. But now this cabin has been transformed into a cozy mountain retreat.

The Lakemont-style batten-board lodge is surrounded by nature and boasts a rustic interior, with two wood-burning fireplaces (one upstairs and one downstairs).

Along with four separate bedrooms, there’s a full kitchen that includes a refrigerator, oven, microwave, coffee maker, blender, toaster, and dishes and utensils.

The cabin also includes WiFi, central heat and air, and a washing machine.


Located on a wooded hill above several acres of wooded forest, the views from the cabin are pretty spectacular. 

There’s also a table and chairs on the deck, where you can enjoy meals in the fresh mountain air. The spa whirlpool makes a great place to relax and enjoy the classic mountain sunsets. 

Nearby Attractions

The lodge is located just minutes away from the Lake Rabun marina, Lakemont Village, and a variety of shops and restaurants. There are also lots of hiking trails nearby, and many of the best waterfalls in North Georgia.

For a super unique attraction, check out Goats On The Roof, where you can feed some seriously cute goats just under three miles away from the lodge.

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The Treehouse Cabin Creekside Home

The Treehouse Cabin Creekside Home

Summerville GA

355 sq. ft

Sleeps 2 • 1 BR • 1 BA


Tucked away in the pristine natural landscape of Chattooga County, this quaint North Georgia cabin rental provides the ultimate retreat from the hustle and bustle of city life.

The space features unique metalwork furnishings, string lights, and vibrantly colored décor that gives the treehouse a quirky and lively feel.

There’s a queen-sized bed with a log bed frame in the bedroom, and a microwave, oven, coffee maker, toaster, and stainless steel fridge in the kitchen area. 

A TV and DVD player are also included, as well as air-conditioning and heating.


Outside of the cabin there’s a BBQ and fire pit as well as plenty of outdoor furniture. Best of all, there’s a jacuzzi where you can enjoy a view of the running creek, which is located mere steps away from the cabin.

The property also includes a private “blue hole”– a pristine natural spring that’s perfect for swimming and fishing.

This rental is one of the nicer pet-friendly cabins in North Georgia, but note that added charges may apply.

Nearby Attractions

With the jacuzzi and private blue hole, you might be hard pressed to leave, but there is plenty to explore nearby.

Summerville is best known for their pick-your-own-fruit farms, the Historic Train Depot & Turntable, and famous folk artist Howard Finster’s Paradise Garden. 

For hiking and fishing, the James H. “Sloppy” Floyd State Park is just 15 minutes away!

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Tree House Treasure

Tree House Treasure

Big Canoe GA

1,275 sq. ft

Sleeps 6 • 2 BR • 2 BA


This treehouse rental has two bedrooms with queen-sized beds and a queen sleeper sofa in the great room, which sleeps an additional two guests.

The great room also has an electric fireplace and features an amazing 16-foot-long wall of 7-foot-high glass windows. These give the space plenty of natural light, and an incredible view of the outdoor scenery.

All the appliances you need for cooking can be found in the kitchen, as well as a pantry stocked with basic items like spices and oil. 

There’s also air-conditioning and high-speed WiFi, as well as 3 flat screen smart TVs that include cable.


Wrapping around this Tree House Treasure is a massive deck that offers gorgeous views of the surrounding mountains and a seasonal view of Pettit Lake. 

There’s plenty of outdoor furniture on the deck for guests to enjoy, as well as a grill.

This rental is also one of the few pet-friendly treehouses in Georgia.

Nearby Attractions

The Tree House Treasure is located in Big Canoe GA. This wildlife sanctuary boasts over 20 miles of hiking trails, three waterfalls, three lakes, and a marina where you can book boat, kayak, and canoe rentals.

There’s also a luxurious clubhouse where you can have great dinners, brunch on Sunday, and enjoy live entertainment on Friday nights.

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Tree House Lodge Hiawassee

Tree House Lodge 

Hiawassee GA

2,500 sq. ft

Sleeps 8 • 4 BR • 2 BA


Nestled in the mountains of Hiawassee GA, this mountain-style log home is the perfect place to get away from the everyday hustle and bustle and enjoy the great outdoors.

The lodge has 25-foot vaulted ceilings, wood floors, and a beautiful hearth stone fireplace in the living room, with a smart TV hung above it. 

On the same floor as the living room is a fully equipped kitchen and two bedrooms, each of which has private access to the wrap-around deck.

The lower level has two more bedrooms, plus a laundry room with a stackable washer and dryer.

All of the bedrooms also have a flat screen TV, internet access, and air-conditioning. 


In the lower level of the lodge is a game room packed with a pool table, air hockey table, and theater-style viewing area with a 65-inch smart TV.

There are plenty of spots outside to relax and take in the scenery, including a 4-person hot tub, gazebo, and fire pit surrounded by chairs and benches. It’s the perfect place for making s’mores!

Nearby Attractions

Just a few minutes away from the lodge, you can explore Bell Mountain, have a day on the water at Lake Chatuge, or climb Brasstown Bald, which is the highest point in Georgia! –by Christina Maggitas

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We encourage anyone who loves the Blue Ridge region to learn about the Leave No Trace principles of responsible environmental stewardship. 

Stay on marked trails, take only pictures, pack out your trash, and be considerate of others who share the trails and parks you explore. 

Remember that waterfalls and rocky summits can be dangerous. Never try to climb waterfalls or get close to a ledge to get a selfie.

When you're exploring the wilderness, it's better to be safe than to be a statistic!

Growing up in rural south Georgia, Christina Maggitas developed a love for nature at a young age and spent the majority of her formative years outdoors. Since first visiting the Great Smokey Mountains with her family as a child, she has always admired the beauty of the Blue Ridge region and spends as much time as she can hiking north Georgia. She has a passion for writing and storytelling with the hopes of inspiring others to enjoy the great outdoors. Currently, Christina is a senior at Kennesaw State University where she is studying Journalism and Emerging Media.