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Here’s How to Find the Best Hocking Hills Treehouses

by Jan Schroder
sidney nook treehouse

Hocking Hills, Ohio, is one of my favorite places to visit for the hiking, kayaking and other outdoor recreational activities. And what better place to enjoy nature 24/7 than spending the night in one of these Hocking Hills treehouses?

These aren’t like the treehouses you remember from your childhood, unless those had bathrooms, kitchens, heating and air and indoor fireplaces as many of these do.

There’s no need to sacrifice luxury or location when staying in a treehouse as you’ll see from some of the descriptions from these properties.

Tips for booking one of these Hocking Hills treehouses.

Book early!
Treehouses are really popular and book up fast. Book as far in advance as possible. If you fall in love with one that isn’t available, try contacting the owner for a last-minute booking due to a cancellation.

Read the fine print.
If you have a pet, make sure the treehouse is pet-friendly. If you have mobility issues, check its accessibility. While most of these have heating and air conditioning, that’s not always guaranteed with treehouse rentals. One treehouse on our list is completely off the grid – no electricity or running water.

Note that rates can vary widely.
You can expect rates to go up in the fall. Many of these properties have a two-night minimum and that might increase as well at certain times of the year.

Hocking Hills Treehouse Cabins

White Oak treehouse at Hocking Hills Treehouse Cabins
White Oak Treehouse, one of the four at Hocking Hills Treehouse Cabins

You have a choice of four treehouse cabins set on 15 acres close to Hocking Hills State Park when you stay in these Hocking Hills treehouses in South Bloomingville, Ohio.

White Oak has two bedrooms, bathroom and kitchenette. Kids will love to secret door to the bunk room. Outside you’ll find a shower, fire pit, private balcony and hot tub.

Maple treehouse also has two bedrooms, bathroom and kitchenette. There’s a wraparound deck, fire pit and hot tub.

Beech is a smaller treehouse with one bedroom, sleeper sofa, fire pit, seasonal outdoor shower, hot tub and wraparound deck.

The most secluded treehouse with the best views, the Hemlock treehouse has one bedroom, bathroom, kitchenette, hot tub and wraparound deck.

Rates for theses Hocking Hills treehouses run from $425 to $675. If you can’t get the dates you want, join the waitlist on the website.

Treehouses at River Ranch
Logan, Ohio

The Lazy R Treehouse at River Ranch
The Lazy R Treehouse at River Ranch.

It would be so much fun to get a bunch of friends and book all seven treehouses at River Ranch! Three of them have separate entrances but a back deck that connects them. The treehouses vary in size and can sleep from 4 to 8 people. Children and pets are welcome.

They are close to the attractions and hiking trails of Hocking Hills and sit on 150 acres with hiking trails, ½ mile of frontage on the Hocking Hills River, oversized outdoor games and an old Amish barn.

Rates are $235 to $295 a night. Link to book.

Modern treehouse

The Modern Treehouse, one of the best Hocking Hills treehouses
The Modern Treehouse is an awesome choice for a luxury treehouse vacation. This may be my favorite of the Hocking Hills treehouses.

Location: South Bloomingville, Ohio
Bedrooms: 1 with queen sofa bed
Bathrooms: 1
Average rate: $280
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Located just 12 minutes from Old Man’s Cave in Hocking Hills, this modern treehouse is the height of luxury and built to maximize the amazing views. There’s a kitchen and a wraparound deck. Children and one dog of any size are allowed.

The Canopy Treehouse

canopy treehouse in hocking hills

Location: South Bloomingville, Ohio
Bedrooms: 1 with queen sofa bed
Bathrooms: 1
Average rate: Starts at $299
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This gorgeous home has a full kitchen with granite countertops, gas fireplace, wraparound deck, hot tub and fire pit. It is one of the properties of Canopy Ridge Cabins, which are on 60 acres of privately owned land.

Sidney Nook Treehouse

Sidney Nook treehouse
The kitchen of the Sidney Nook Treehouse.

This 800-square-foot treehouse on the Corban Cabin Getaway grounds has two bedrooms with one queen upstairs and one downstair, a fire pit, four-person hot tub, central heat and air, charcoal grill and large deck.

Location: Logan
Bedrooms: 2
Bathrooms: 1
Average rate: $250
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Comfort in the Woods

Comfort in the Woods treehouse
Comfort in the Woods treehouse

This treehouse is one of five properties at Comfort in the Woods, located within five miles of Old Man’s Cave and Cedar Falls. It has one bedroom, one bathroom, full kitchen, electric fireplace, central heat and air, large deck and a fire ring.

Location: Logan
Bedrooms: 1
Bathrooms: 1
Average rate: $215 weekdays, $295 weekends
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The Treehouse in Hocking Hills

Treehouse in Hocking Hills
The Treehouse in Hocking Hills

Location: Logan, Ohio
Bedrooms: 1
Bathrooms: 1
Average rate: $215 to $295
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This cute treehouse on eight acres includes a king bed, fully equipped kitchen, heating and air conditioning, electric fireplace and hot tub overlooking the stocked one-acre lake. There’s also a canoe, fire ring and picnic table with gas grill.

Among the Trees Lodging

Maple View Treehouse
Maple View Tree House

It may be hard to choose from the three treehouses at Among the Trees Lodging. There’s Maple View Tree House with two bedrooms, kitchen, electric fireplace, heating and air, hot tub and shared fire pit; the romantic Safari Tree House with kitchen, heating and air, hot tub and shared fire pit; and the Buckeye Barn Tree House, which has a queen bed and a pull-down wall queen, kitchen, heating and air, shared fire pit and hot tub.

Location: Hocking Hills
Bedrooms: 1 to 2
Bathrooms: 1
Average rate: $230 to $350
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Cozy Treehouse Cabins

Cozy Treehouse cabins
One of the Cozy Treehouse Cabins.

There are two large treehouses on 10 acres of private woods. Both of them have two bedrooms and sleep 6-7 people, bathroom, fully equipped kitchen, 18’ ceilings, large deck, fire pit and hot tub.

Location: Logan, Ohio
Bedrooms: 2
Bathrooms: 1
Average rate: $300 to $350
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We hoped you’ve enjoyed seeing these Hocking Hills treehouses. Please see below for more options for lodging in Hocking Hills.

Other Lodging Options in Hocking Hills

cabin made of shipping containers in Hocking Hills
A cabin listed in our story on How to Find Your Perfect Hocking Hills Lodging.

Please see our related stories:

You’ll Fall in Love with These Romantic Hocking Hills Cabins for 2

If you are looking for a romantic getaway, check out these options that include a geodesic dome, a tiny cottage made from a shipping container and cute secluded cabins perfect for snuggling down in.

Here’s How to Find Your Perfect Hocking Hills Lodging

For more accommodations, our story includes lots of options for cabins, camping and several tips for booking lodging.

And for what to do while you’re there, check out The Most Awesome Things to Do in Hocking Hills, Ohio. We share where to get a flight of wine, sit in a salt cave, go night kayaking and the absolute best place for dinner.

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– Jan Schroder, Editor-in-chief

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