Make your next vacation over the top with a stay in Oklahoma’s 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.Learn More
Ra's Eufaula Treehouse Tree-sort
Enjoy an enchanting treehouse escape with a stay at Ra's Eufaula Treesort in Eufaula. This beautiful “tree-sort” isn’t the typical rustic treehouse that you knew as a child. It has been expertly handcrafted with unique details like antique beadboard wainscoting, a tin ceiling, a purple door, a sliding barn door in the bathroom and a gorgeous stained glass window above the bedroom.
The Creek Treehouse sleeps up to four people between a queen-sized bed and double bed, which is located upstairs in the loft. Amenities include a refrigerator, microwave, full bathroom with toilet, sink and shower, heat and air conditioning, and a 150 square foot cedar balcony.
The Choctaw Treehouse includes seven beds for nine people, as well as the perfect secluded picnic area for afternoon eats and social gatherings. Relax with the whole family inside the common room before retreating to the upstairs bedrooms to recharge for another day immersed in nature.
This one-of-a-kind getaway is tucked away on private property and surrounded by mature trees. Enjoy a glass of wine on the balcony, take a nap in one of the hammocks or watch the children play on the grassy knoll area, which is stocked with fun toys. There are also rope swings, plenty of seating, a fire ring and a charcoal grill for guests to use. Ra's Eufaula Treehouse Tree-sort is a getaway that the whole family can enjoy, including pets. Well-behaved dogs are welcome with prior approval.
Choctaw Treehouse: about $250 per week night / $300 for a weekend per night. While every effort has been made to ensure the accuracy of the pricing listed above, prices are subject to change without notice.