Make your next vacation over the top with a stay in Oklahomas treehouse cabins. Nestled in lush woods all over the state, these treetop retreats have put a modern twist on the classic childhood escape. From studio chalets to multi-room cottages, these lodging properties will get your vacation plans off the ground in the best way possible.
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The digs at Ra’s Eufaula Tree-sort aren’t the rustic treehouses that you knew as a child. Each unit has been handcrafted with extra attention to detail. The Creek Treehouse, which rises 12 feet from the ground, can sleep up to four people between a queen-sized bed downstairs and a double bed in the loft. Amenities include a refrigerator, microwave, heat and air and even a full bathroom. With antique wainscoting, a tin ceiling, a sliding barn door in the bathroom and a gorgeous stained glass window above the bedroom, this treetop retreat is unlike any other.
Larger groups will love the brand new Choctaw Treehouse, which has one queen-sized bed, one double bed and five twin-sized beds. Believe it or not, it’s also wheelchair accessible with a 110 foot ramp that stretches all the way to the parking lot. This treehouse oasis sits 18 feet off the ground and is built into two Red Oak trees that allow it to safely sway in the wind. Below the cabin, you’ll find chairs, a fire ring, picnic table, swings and hammocks. Both treetop getaways are just minutes from Lake Eufaula, Oklahoma’s largest lake.
Rock Creek Retreat in Dougherty is the perfect getaway for kids or kids at heart. Each of the four elevated cabins has a fun rocket slide right off the deck for a quick getaway. The Copper Cabana, Lincoln Lodge and Penny Ante cabins sleep up to six people, while the Flying Penny Treehouse - which has live trees growing right through it - can sleep two. Each cabin comes fully equipped with a kitchen, all linens, gas grills and a fire pit. A bathhouse with rain shower heads and flushing toilets are nearby. The cabins sit about 10 feet off the ground, and the space underneath is a great area for hanging out in all types of weather. The cabins are located in a 100-acre wilderness retreat with a mile of rock bottom creek perfect for splashing around after a spring rain. There are also plenty of hiking and wildlife watching opportunities, and the Chickasaw National Recreation Area is just five miles away.
Located just two miles from Turner Falls Park in south-central Oklahoma, the Cabins in Warren Woods offers a unique treehouse cabin built on a raised platform and hidden among the trees. The one-room cabin comes completely furnished with all the comforts of home, including king-size bed, kitchenette and bathroom with shower. Sip your morning coffee on the deck or start the day at the property’s serene catch-and-release fishing pond.
Choose from four adorable treehouse cabins at Calico Heights in Eufaula. Located on private, gated property just minutes from town, each elevated bungalow offers fantastic views of Lake Eufaula. Enjoy luxurious comforts in the great outdoors in the Double Peak, Full Nest, Towering Timbers or Split Branch cabin. Both the Double Peak and Towering Timbers cabins sleep two, while the Full Nest and Split Branch cabins sleep six. Each cabin sits 13-15 feet from the ground and comes with gorgeous touches like outdoor living spaces, granite countertops and jetted garden tubs to make your stay even more memorable.
Feed a Siberian tiger, hold a huge snake or meet friendly foxes at Tiger Safari Zoological Park. Although this Tuttle attraction is mainly known for exciting animal encounters, it also offers tree house camping. Sleep under the stars in the Jungle Safari Tree House, which floats 30 feet in the air near a beautiful waterfall. Bring your own tent or just a sleeping bag for a one of a kind stay. At the base of the tree, guests can soak in a Jacuzzi or watch TV. Restrooms and electric hookups are also available. From the top of the platform, you’ll enjoy an unparalleled view of the park, including the big cat section.