The Best Dog-Friendly Airbnb Treehouse in Every State

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Once upon a time, treehouses were exclusive places with secret passwords where friends could meet up, hatch plans, and play games, but they aren’t just for children anymore. From luxurious offerings in the sky to charming throwbacks made with love, you’re bound to find fun high above the ground in a pet-friendly treehouse Airbnb.

Alabama

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Big dogs usually find a way to squeeze inside tiny dog beds, but even the best contortionist canines will be surprised at how a pack of eight fits in this family-size treehouse in Hope Hull. Making use of every inch, this air-conditioned home on high is both rustic and refined, while still managing to feel spacious inside. Beyond the treehouse, four-legged guests have free rein over 100 acres of fully-fenced farmland in Central Alabama, which includes walking trails and two ponds. If you’re visiting a different part of The Yellowhammer State, check out these other dog-friendly Airbnbs.

Alaska

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For a stunning view of the Chugach Mountains, reserve this Alaskan treehouse experience in Big Lake. Five guests can sleep comfortably in this makeshift home on stilts that overlooks some of southern Alaska’s most famous peaks. Fido can warm his paws by the fire pit and keep you company while you cook him dinner in the outdoor kitchen. Then, curl up inside next to the wood-burning stove. With sandhill cranes and moose for neighbors, you and your pooch will discover peace among The Last Frontier’s wild beauty. Book this one today, or browse all the dog-friendly vacation rentals in Alaska.

Arizona

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Make yourself and Fido at home at The Tiny Tree House in Superior. Nestled in a private backyard and built around a tree, this cozy house has everything you'll need for a comfortable stay, along with a charming front and side porch with nice views, great outdoor lighting, a hot tub, and private parking. The property is also walking distance from main street shopping and the Legends of Superior Trails. Looking for the lowdown on a home down low? Check out these other pet-friendly Airbnbs in Arizona.

Arkansas

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Nestled in a forest valley, the large trunk of a live oak runs through the middle of Serenity Treehouse in Lamar. This secluded getaway packs lots into a tiny space, including a bathroom, mini fridge and balcony overlooking the trees. During your dog’s daily walk, wander through woodland surroundings to find a place to watch the trains along the historic Union Pacific Railroad. Guests also have use of a shared space called The Hiker’s Grotto, which includes a kitchen and restrooms with indoor showers. Reserve this tiny treehouse today, or check out the full list of dog-friendly vacation rentals in Arkansas.

California

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Fido is invited to drift off to sleep to the sound of a river rushing past at this unique treehouse in Ben Lomond. Surrounded by redwoods that have stood strong for more than 500 years, guests will marvel at the unusual design of this home that spans several levels on a steep slope descending to the San Lorenzo River, which can be accessed off the lower deck. Water-loving Weimaraners can take a tubing adventure by your side with the tubes provided. If your pooch gets muddy paws while exploring the forest floor, clean him up in the open-air shower. Book this incredible Airbnb now, or see what other vacation rentals California has to offer here.

Colorado

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Arguably the most luxurious Airbnb on this list, the Zen Treehouse in Bailey cost $1.5 million dollars to build and sits on the side of a mountain overlooking Deer Creek Valley. Stare in wonder at epic views through floor-to-ceiling windows or from the treehouse’s three huge decks outside. One of the decks is designed to promote relaxation, featuring a hot tub, barrel sauna, fire pit and gourmet kitchen. If you’re feeling chilled out already, head inside to bask in a beautiful interior that draws attention to the stunning surroundings. Looking for something more urban? Browse our full list of dog-friendly Airbnbs in Colorado.

Connecticut

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Time to downsize? Secure a stay at the Water Forest Retreat Treehouse in Norwich and test drive tiny living with your best friend. Located in 100 acres of forest, you’re invited to sip cocktails with your Cockapoo on the deck, hike on pet-friendly trails that feature segments of a brook, a waterfall, marsh and pond, and enjoy a number of colorful stained glass windows throughout the home. For more unique homes in Connecticut, browse the full list of dog-friendly vacation rentals.

Delaware

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Unfortunately, the treehouse craze is yet to reach The First State, but The Bohemian Rhapsody in Ocean View is the next best thing. This rustic camping experience includes two unconventional beatnik sheds called the Grateful Shed and the Surf Shack, as well as an outdoor bathhouse, hillbilly hot tub, and whimsical beach yard. The outdoor space features a big screen and projector, fenced dog den in the grass, and a fire pit area surrounded by comfortable seating. If this unusual stay doesn’t fit Fido’s bill, browse more dog-friendly Delaware Airbnbs.

Florida

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Disconnect from modern life and reconnect with your best friend at this treehouse cabin retreat in Old Town. Located on a 4.5-acre property in the woods, guests are welcome to swing in a hammock, play outdoor games, and eat a shady picnic under the trees. After a day of fun in the dirt, clean up your pup in the outdoor shower, then head inside the treehouse for an evening of board games. Pups who prefer to stay grounded can chill in the rustic cabin instead. If you’re visiting another part of The Sunshine State, pick one of these pet-friendly vacation rentals instead.

Georgia

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Planning a weekend away in dog-friendly Atlanta, but don’t want to sleep in the city? Trinity Treehouse near Lithonia is a beautiful, hand-crafted escape just 25 minutes from downtown. Sit out on the main deck or elevated balcony and watch birds, butterflies, and deer come and go between the trees below. Inside, work remotely using the fast WiFi while surrounded by beautiful wood features, cook up a fine feast in the fully-equipped kitchen, or watch over the natural landscape through the six-foot windows. If you want to explore, walk down the treehouse stairs and take to the pet-friendly trails only steps away at Davidson-Arabia Mountain Nature Preserve. Reserve this impeccable treehouse now, or browse more dog-friendly vacation rentals in Georgia.

Hawaii

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When you’re midway through a game of ‘the floor is lava,’ scramble up the stairs to Hale Hubner Treehouse Cottage in Volcano. Located just minutes from Hawai’i Volcanoes National Park, lava from the crater of Halema'uma'u, one of the Big Island’s most famous volcanoes, is sometimes visible through the tree line from the sun deck of this epic home. The luscious tropical exterior can be enjoyed through picture windows inside the treehouse, which is decked out with fine pine features and high vaulted ceilings. For more pet-friendly Airbnbs in Hawaii, check out the full list here.

Idaho

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After a day exploring The Gem State’s backcountry on Adam’s Gulch Trail, retire to this big cozy treehouse in Ketchum. Outside, Fido can roam free in the private fenced backyard with grassy patches and shady trees while you cook dinner on a two-burner gas stove in the camp kitchen. Inside the treehouse, you and your pooch can relax surrounded by sweet smelling pine. Guests share the bathroom and shower with occupants of the neighboring treehouse. If you’re looking for a different stay, check out the complete list of dog-friendly Airbnbs in Idaho.

Illinois

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Located just minutes away from Garden of the Gods Recreation Area in spectacular Shawnee National Forest, hiking hounds will relish a stay at this homely treehouse in Elizabethtown. Supported by a white oak tree that dates back more than 200 years, six guests can sleep comfortably inside this bright treehouse with a bathroom and shower. Outside, you and your leashed pooch can explore the main resort area, which has a pond for catch and release fishing, paddle boating, and a pavilion with communal games. Book this treehouse now, or browse more pet-friendly vacation rentals in Illinois.

Indiana

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Find a slower pace to life in a unique treehouse escape at French Lick Farms in West Baden Springs. Fido can combine his bucket list dream of a pet-friendly farmstay with an awesome treehouse vacation. This off-grid Airbnb features a small kitchen with propane range, dining area, full bathroom, downstairs fireplace for heat in the winter, a spiral staircase that leads upstairs to the master bedroom, and great views of the rest of the property from the wraparound porch. During the day, take your leashed pooch on a tour of the farm’s 80 acres of rolling hills, walking trails, fishing pond, and winding river. For more pet-friendly vacation rentals in Indiana, check out the full selection here.

Iowa

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Unfortunately, there are no pet-friendly treehouses in Iowa. However, you can enjoy a unique stay inside this authentic grain bin in Fayette instead. Situated in the middle of a corn field, this one-of-a-kind agricultural accommodation with vaulted ceilings has been dressed up with two full-size beds, a comfortable living area, bathroom, kitchenette, and a loft. If a date with your dog doesn’t sound too “corny”, chill out on an Adirondack chair next to the fire pit outside and enjoy the sound of the wind gently rustling through the surrounding crop. If Fayette isn’t on Fido’s itinerary, browse these dog-friendly Airbnbs in Iowa.

Kansas

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Nestled in the trees of historic Chase County, Elmdale Treehouse is just minutes away from Tallgrass Prairie National Preserve. Spend your next vacation in The Sunflower State at this spacious home on stilts under the shady canopy of leafy green trees. Take time out with your Terrier on the screened porch, grill out on the deck, or head inside the treehouse for an evening of relaxation in front of the TV. Are you looking for a place to stay grounded? Choose from these other dog-friendly vacation rentals in Kansas.

Kentucky

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Fido can hang out like Tarzan at Treehouse Aliyah in Germantown. This whimsical treehouse has a giant red oak in the living room next to a bright red couch and a hammock chair, so everybody can forest bathe comfortably without leaving the room. Hop on the trail at the bottom of the stairs and explore 285 acres of private land with your pooch. When it’s time for bed, head to the master bedroom in the loft and send extra members of the pack across the swinging bridge to the snuggle palace bedroom in the neighboring treehouse. Explore more pet-friendly vacation rentals in Kentucky here.

Louisiana

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Built around an old oak tree and featuring a lookout deck, it’s not hard to see how the Swiss Family Robinson Treehouse in Bogalusa got its name. This multi-level, rustic treehouse cabin sleeps a family of seven and welcomes dogs to stay, too. Walk across the raised bridge to the swing retreat area and screened-in hot tub. Then, wander down the stairs to the pavilion and a sandbar with ring toss and other outdoor activities. For more unique stays in Louisiana, browse the full selection of pet-friendly Airbnbs.

Maine

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Nestled in pine trees behind Belgrade Stream, SkyView Treehouse in Belgrade is a pristine pad in the sky. Highlights include an outdoor jacuzzi hot tub on a private deck on the water, a loft bedroom with beautiful views, a studio living space with a floor-to-ceiling stone gas fireplace, a kitchenette with a copper stovetop hood, and a bathroom featuring an exposed pine tree in the corner. Located an hour away from the most dog-friendly national park, Acadia, there’s so much natural beauty to keep outbound hounds busy on a visit to this area. Vacationing to another part of The Pine Tree State? Take a look at these other dog-friendly vacation rentals in Maine.

Maryland

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It’s not quite a treehouse, but Pinnacle Paradise in Swanton still rises high into the tree canopy. This unique log home features an incredible wraparound deck with a variety of seating options where the family can gather and play games. Or, get some peace and quiet in the hot tub and find solitude with a book in the crows nest that overlooks Deep Creek Lake. Get out and about for the day and explore the pet-friendly hiking trails that wind around Deep Creek Lake State Park. Secure this home by the lake now, or check out these other dog-friendly Airbnbs in Maryland.

Massachusetts

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While not technically in the trees, this enchanting enclosed gazebo in Chester still provides guests with a chance to connect with nature in the pet-friendly Berkshires. If you love glamping with your dog, you’ll appreciate this new twist on the modern phenomenon. Visitors can enjoy views of the 34-acre, park-like setting from inside the window and screened gazebo, or head outside and go for a doggy paddle in the sand-bottomed swimming area fed by a cascading waterfall. Book a gazebo stay today, or browse the full list of pet-friendly vacation rentals in Massachusetts.

Michigan

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Do you love to celebrate Christmas in July with your pooch? Book a stay at this treehouse under the stars located in Holly, a Christmas-themed town that loves it when reindogs come to visit, whatever the season. This adorable tiny home on stilts has A/C for warm nights, a luxury queen bed, coffee and tea station, large TV, and a recliner. Outside, gather around the fire pit and light tiki torches. There’s also an outhouse and outdoor rainfall shower behind the main house. For a more spacious stay, check out more dog-friendly vacation rentals in Michigan.

Minnesota

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From the bespoke wooden interior to the surrounding woodland, Blackberry Acres Rustic River Retreat in Brook Park is one with the trees. This rustic cabin has an incredible porch that provides breathtaking floor-to-ceiling views of the North woods. Take a walk around seven acres of dense woodland and stop by the Snake River along the way. Inside the main cabin, there’s a sleeper sofa, kitchen area, a wood-burning stove, a record player and guitar for campground musicians to jam on, and a cabinet of games to play long after the sun has set. Explore more pet-friendly Airbnbs in Minnesota here.

Mississippi

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Fido can dip his paws in a spring-fed creek at Fallen Tree in Gloster. Bordering Homochitto National Forest, this Adirondack-style treehouse is surrounded by woodlands. Wander along the creek’s sandbars or watch the forest spark into life during the summer months as lightning bugs illuminate the landscape. When bedtime arrives, curl up with your pup next to the wood-burning stove. Reserve this nature retreat now, or check out the full list of Mississippi’s dog-friendly vacation rentals.

Missouri

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Stretch out in the sky at Sundance KC treehouse in Excelsior Springs. This magical rental is nestled among mighty oaks on a private 200-acre ranch. Sit and stay inside the cozy, comfortable and rustic treehouse, and enjoy views of luscious trees all around. In addition to the main room, there’s a wooden outhouse with a compost toilet and sink near the foot of the treehouse stairs. Be sure to explore the expansive ranch and sniff out the spring-fed private lake with an outdoor living area and beach. For more fun in the Show-Me State, browse the full list of pet-friendly Airbnbs.

Montana

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Blending in with the forest surroundings, this off-the-grid A-frame cabin in Bonner is the closest thing to a treehouse that Big Sky Country has to offer. Located at The Hohnstead, a family-run forest oasis, this unique home features a door wall to let a cool breeze inside, a solar outdoor shower, and camping cookery equipment. Surrounded by swinging hammocks, guests also have access to a shared hot tub, bathrooms, kitchen, and Wi-Fi just a short walk away. Travelers to different parts of Montana can check out the full list of pet-friendly vacation rentals here.

Nebraska

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If you’re looking to reconnect with nature, reserve this tiny house in Ponca. While it’s not a treehouse, it is located on Food For Rest Permaculture Farm and promotes oneness with nature. Inside, there’s a deep bath for soaking, a cozy kitchen, and a comfortable dining area and lounge, but the real fun happens beyond the front door. Four-legged guests can walk up rolling hills and pause at carefully placed benches that offer stunning panoramic views. Or, explore luscious trails lined with wildflowers that lead through shady woods. Traveling somewhere else in the Cornhusker State? Take a look at these other pet-friendly Airbnbs in Nebraska.

Nevada

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Watch the sunset over Lake Tahoe from the main deck of Villa De Lago in Glenbrook. Located in a secluded enclave in historic Cave Rock, this luxurious lake house on stilts rises high off the ground and up into the pine trees. Whether he’s helping you cook a banquet in the great hall or keeping you company while you fire up the grill on the main deck on the water, Fido will love living in the lap of luxury at this stunning home. If you want to explore the lake, borrow the house paddle boards or kayaks and go on an adventure with your best friend. For a more affordable home, browse the full list of pet-friendly vacation rentals in Nevada.

New Hampshire

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Take time out at the treehouse at the Shire in Conway. Here, you can get a taste for camping without the worry of getting wet at this rustic cabin with a screened-in porch where you can hang out with your best friend. The treehouse comes equipped with blankets, a comforter, lantern, and a double-burner cook stove inside, and an outdoor kitchen with a gas grill and additional water outside. While you’re visiting the area, take a scenic train ride with Conway Scenic Railroad. Find more pet-friendly places to stay in New Hampshire here.

New Jersey

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Bring your boho best friend to the Hippy Hut in East Windsor, a themed vacation rental where guests can hang out in hammocks, strum a guitar around the fire, or sweat it out in the hand-built, wood-burning cedar barrel sauna. While not strictly a treehouse, tree trunks surround and grow through the roof of this weird home in The Garden State. Cook dinner on a camping stove or freshen up in the heated outdoor shower. When it comes time to stretch out with your Spaniel, fold out the futon inside and admire the eccentric decor on the walls. Reserve this offbeat vacation rental today, or browse the full list of pet-friendly places to stay in New Jersey.

New Mexico

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Saddle up with your pup and mosey down to El Mistico Ranch in Nogal for a few nights at Ashley’s Treehouse. Make your way along the winding path to the spiral staircase and up to the balcony, where you can catch amazing sunrises and views of Lincoln National Forest. Then, continue inside to find a beautifully designed living space, complete with a breakfast area underneath a tree trunk, a kitchen, and a bathroom. Get up nice and early to increase your elevation at nearby Nogal Peak. This 2.5-mile moderate trail leads to panoramic views of the surrounding area and an array of wildflowers. For more places to stay in The Land of Enchantment, browse our full list of pet-friendly Airbnbs.

New York

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Does your dog enjoy diving into swimming holes? This cozy treehouse in Palenville features a private place to plunge with your pooch just beyond the backdoor. After a refreshing dip, take a walk in the sky up to the canopy of the leafy green trees via a wooden bridge. The simple interior offers everything you need for a quiet vacation with your best friend, including a shower and compost toilet. Head to town and you’ll find the entrance to Kaaterskill Wild Forest and the area’s most-visited attraction, Kaaterskill Falls. Explore more treehouses and other pet-friendly Airbnbs here.

North Carolina

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On your next visit to Asheville try something new and stay in a luxury treehouse. Take time out from traveling on the scenic Blue Ridge Parkway to relax in the treetops of this ambient abode. Claiming to be the “largest treehouse on the East Coast,” there’s room for the whole pack in this beautiful home set among 100-year-old trees. From grilling out to cooking a feast in the fully equipped kitchen, gourmet chefs can prepare a hearty meal after a day touring one of the most pet-friendly cities in the U.S. Book this pristine place now, or peruse the rest of North Carolina’s pet-friendly vacation rentals.

North Dakota

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You may not be able to stay in the trees of North Dakota with your pooch, but you can stay in a place that celebrates them. Reserve this A-frame log cabin in Amidon and admire the wood craftsmanship on display from the banisters that surround the wraparound porch to the exposed logs that prop up the A-frame itself. Inside, there’s a bathroom, living area, and bedroom that will make you and your pooch feel like early settlers traveling to The Peace Garden State in search of gold. Book this cabin now, or reserve a different pet-friendly Airbnb in North Dakota.

Ohio

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The Box is one of five gorgeous homes at Dwellbox’s Treehouse Village in Dundee. This majestic Airbnb has been designed with the colors and texture of nature in mind, blending into the forest surroundings as if it has existed here since the beginning of time. Constructed using a shipping container, the long shape draws the eyes through the home to the far end of the living area that hangs over the forest floor, offering views of the trees all around. The unique treehouse is equipped with a full bath, kitchenette, living space, and room to sleep four guests. Visitors to different parts of the Buckeye State will find more pet-friendly Airbnbs in Ohio here.

Oklahoma

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Set in the treetops high above the ground, The Hummingbird Treehouse can be Fido’s temporary nest when visiting Eufala. Inside you’ll find modern conveniences like a bathroom, refrigerator, and microwave. Outside, there are rope swings, hammocks, and horseshoes, making for an afternoon of fun with the whole pack. Upon arrival, Fido will be greeted by the host’s friendly German Shepherd, Rocky. Be warned, he has been known to steal people’s marshmallows if they are left on display. If this awesome treehouse doesn’t fit the bill, thumb through the rest of Oklahoma’s pet-friendly vacation rentals.

Oregon

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Located just ten minutes from downtown Portland, you’ll be amazed at how quiet and secluded this Eagles Nest Treehouse feels. Held up by four trees, this tantalizing treehouse can be reached by a rope bridge. Once safely across, you’ll find a giant deck with three trees growing right through it and a dining table for alfresco meals. Inside the pine walls, there’s a fully-stocked kitchen, indoor shower, full bathroom, and a large hammock floor suspended above the dining area. If you need to make a speedy exit, hop on the zipline back across the bridge, before enjoying a soak in the outdoor tub. For more pet-friendly vacation rentals in The Beaver State, browse the full selection here.

Pennsylvania

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Surrounded by two acres of woods, sleep 30 feet off the forest floor in a treehouse perched between two beautiful maple trees in Meehoopany. Heated by a wood-burning stove, disconnect with your dog on an off-grid adventure. Spend your days gazing through the huge windows across rolling hills with the Endless Mountains in the distance. Or, lounge in the hammock outside with a good book, before firing up the grill and watching the sunset on the expansive deck. Rock up to this rental with your Retriever, or flick through more incredible pet-friendly Airbnbs in Pennsylvania.

Rhode Island

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Find peace with your pup at The Magical Treehouse in downtown Providence. Chill on the deck with your dog and look out across one of the hippest neighborhoods in town, or hang out with your hound around the fireplace. At bedtime, Fido can join you in a reclaimed wood bed nook. The Magical Treehouse is located within walking distance of Bell Street Dog Park and pet-friendly restaurants like Lucky Enough Eat & Drink and Julian’s. Find more places to stay with your best friend in Rhode Island here.

South Carolina

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Have you recently welcomed a Portuguese Water Dog into your home? Suspended in the trees, The Lost Treehouse of Lake Jocassee in Salem will prove a treat for any water-loving breed. Climb up the spiral staircase that wraps around a tree trunk to reach the front door of this adorable home. The first floor is equipped with a kitchenette, living area, and breakfast bar overlooking the forest. Lake Jocassee can be viewed on the property after a short hike and accessed by the public via Devils Fork State Park, just a mile away. Book now, or browse more pet-friendly vacation rentals in South Carolina here.

South Dakota

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Despite its name, The Tree House in Sioux Falls isn’t a traditional treehouse. Instead, this eye-catching and unforgettable Airbnb invites the trees to join you and Fido inside thanks to an impressive two-story solarium. Soak up the summer sun under the glass ceiling and curl up on the big couch to watch Fido’s favorite Netflix movies on the drop down projector. Outside, your pooch can play off leash in the fenced backyard while you soak in the hot tub, swing in the hammock, or gather around the fire pit. This hot property gets reserved fast, so book it now or browse more pet-friendly places to stay in South Dakota.

Tennessee

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When he’s not on a summer trip to Custer State Park, office dog Bagel can be seen tentatively crossing treehouse bridges like the one at Stamish Castle in Copperhill. One of four pet-friendly options at Treehouse Mountain, an off-leash “pawradise” in The Volunteer State, this intricately designed, two-story home has a huge tree trunk running through its center. Around the trunk, there’s a kitchenette, living area with a guitar, and a sturdy ladder that leads up to the bedroom. Elsewhere on the 30-acre property, there’s a bathhouse, pond, firepit, hiking trails, and 9-hole disc golf course. For more inspiring stays, explore these other dog-friendly Airbnbs in Tennessee.

Texas

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Does Fido want to go on an adventure? Book an unforgettable stay at Hobbit Treehouse in Weatherford to make his fantasy a reality. Located deep in the forest on a cattle ranch, this wondrous woodland creation on the banks of the Brazos River is the fairytale ending that any car journey deserves. It sits on a big deck right next to a waterfall that can be enjoyed from the outdoor seating area. Float down the river with your best friend on the tubes provided, explore the fairy forest display, or curl up on the couch inside with a good book. If your travels are set to take you elsewhere in The Lone Star State, browse these other pet-friendly vacation rentals in Texas.

Utah

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Located in the heart of the Wasatch Mountains, the Treehouse on the Stream in Sundance is an ideal escape for larger groups who want to experience life among the trees. Wander alongside the creek that runs adjacent to the backyard, explore pet-friendly trails, and climb the ladder to the small tree loft that overlooks the beautiful property. When hunger strikes, make dinner on the kitchen deck and eat it at the stone table. Afterwards, head inside and gather around the wood-burning fireplace to play games or gaze into nature through the big windows. Discover more pet-friendly Airbnbs in Utah here.

Vermont

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Held in place by four trees and two logs, hunker down in a hand-built Treehut in Braintree. Positioned in a quiet corner of a 13-acre property, this hidden home can be found along a forest path that crosses over two small bridges, and the outdoor deck provides views towards Braintree Mountain. Head inside and you’ll find an immaculate, bright and airy home that will be hard to leave behind. If you need to clean Fido’s paws, rinse him off on the private shower platform, then dry off in front of the fire pit or tiny wood-burning stove back inside. Make a toast to another treehouse trip together at nearby Bent Hill Brewery. Book this one-of-a-kind Airbnb now, or find more dreamy dog-friendly Airbnbs in Vermont.

Virginia

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Located next to a river, children of all ages and adults who have never quite grown up are invited to stay at the Trailside Treehouse in Richmond. Featuring a twisty slide, portholes, and an entirely screened first floor with hammock chairs, guests always feel completely immersed in nature during their visit. Stay on the property’s five wooded acres and enjoy yard games, the firepit and more, or cross the river and stroll along Buttermilk Trail. As an added bonus, the hosts of this unique treehouse donate a large portion of the fee to local nonprofit organizations. Book this dog-friendly treehouse now, or check out more of Virginia’s finest vacation rentals here.

Washington

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Walk among the towering fir trees of the Lothlorien Woods with your furry friend on a trip to a romantic wilderness treehouse, built in the 1970s as a family home, in White Salmon. From the handmade circular stairway to the log bed frames, everything inside reflects the woodland exterior. Prepare a meal in the large, bright kitchen and enjoy natural views through the window at the breakfast bar. If you want to explore the beautiful surroundings, take on the challenge of Dog Mountain, an 8-mile trek in nearby Columbia River Gorge National Scenic Area. For more homes in the area, browse the full list of pet-friendly Airbnbs in Washington.

West Virginia

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Wind back the years with a weekend away in a whimsical treehouse near Elkview. Located on a working sustainable farm, guests are free to explore 100 acres of wild and wonderful countryside, featuring forest trails, unique cliff formations, streams for paddling, a fishing pond, a waterfall, and a 120-foot zipline. After a day of adventure, head back to the treehouse to discover a world of childlike wonder, full of hatches and windows that offer different perspectives of the Appalachian surroundings. For more unique stays, browse our full list of dog-friendly Airbnbs in West Virginia.

Wisconsin

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There’s room for Fido to stretch out at this spacious treehouse in Deerbrook. Overlooking the river on 40 acres of private land, nature is just beyond the backdoor. Walk with your pooch along a short trail behind the treehouse, and down to the water where you can fish for trout, or bring your kayak along and paddle down the meandering river. When it comes time to head inside for the day, make dinner for the family in the small kitchen and relax in the comfortable living area. Book it now, or find a more suitable pet-friendly Airbnb instead.

Wyoming

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Located at the base of the Snowy Range, Durango Cabin in Centennial shows off The Badger State’s beautiful backcountry. Inside the cabin, there’s a full kitchen, two bathrooms, living room, WiFi and room to sleep ten people. But, daring dogs will want to spend most of their time exploring the huge property’s trails to breathtaking mountain views, beautiful flora, and even the chance to see members of the animal kingdom visiting. If you want to explore more of Wyoming, book one of these dog-friendly vacation rentals next.

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