TOP 15 Treehouse Rentals in Canada

Searching for treehouse rentals in Canada? You are in luck as we have just the right list ready for you!

Staying in a treehouse is magical! It is reminiscent of your childhood, and helps you unwind, rejuvenate and reconnect with nature. And when it comes to kids, they just love treehouses! It is an opportunity for them to explore the outdoors and get adventurous.

And there is no better place for a treehouse than Canada. Canada is known worldwide for its mountains, lakes, parks, and picturesque forests, and is a great place for outdoor activities like hiking, camping, canoeing, kayaking, rafting, etc. Also known for its winter sports, Canada’s geography and mountainous terrain provide ample opportunities for snow activities like skiing, snowshoeing, snowboarding, and more.

Now, if you want your treehouse stay to be perfect, we have a list of some of the best treehouse rentals in Canada ready for you. Let’s get started!

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Quick Breakdown Of Treehouse Rentals in Canada

But first, let’s just quickly take a look at some of the best treehouses under various categories.

Overall Best Treehouse in CanadaEast Sooke Tree House

Most Adventure-packed Treehouse in CanadaChalet Perché

Most Romantic Treehouse in CanadaOuta-The-Woods

Most Luxurious Treehouse in CanadaThe Baltic – Luxury Treehouse

Most Rustic Treehouse in CanadaMont-Tremblant Treehouse

15 Dreamy Treehouse Rentals in Canada

Below is the full list of 15 Dreamy Treehouse Rentals in Canada. Take your pick!

Outa-The-Woods Treehouse

Where: Wardner, British Columbia, Canada

Price: $350+ per night

Experience the magic of living in trees with this treehouse built into living trees and entirely from curved, twisted, and burled wood. Featuring 2 handmade spiral staircases, rustic furniture, and carvings, this treehouse is perfect for couples looking for a romantic getaway.

The treehouse has a loft bedroom with a queen bed, a walk-out balcony, and a double hammock. The main floor features a bathroom, a dining area, a fully-equipped kitchen, and a lounge. There is a spacious 2-sided deck with a BBQ grill. The treehouse is powered by solar energy.

You can watch wildlife from the treehouse or enjoy hiking and walking trails on the property. Horseback riding, whitewater rafting, kayaking, mountain biking, and golfing are nearby.

Outa-The-Woods Treehouse
Credit: Outa-The-Woods Treehouse

Tree House Safari

Where: Tingwick, Québec, Canada

Price: $239+ per night

Perched on a 15-acre maple forest called Magic Tingwick, this treehouse will make you feel like a bird in the trees. The property is bordered by a stream, 2 gardening fields, and a forest.

There is a large living room with a queen bed, sofa, and dining table. There is a common space that is shared with the three mini-dwellings in the large forest. It has a central spa pavilion with a fireplace, a living room, and two kitchens, one with a dishwasher and an induction hob, and one is outdoors with a BBQ and a view of the pond.

Perfect for families looking for a reunion, weddings, and couples wanting a romantic getaway or celebrating a special occasion.

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Tree House Safari | Credit: Airbnb

Chalet Perché

Where: Nominingue, Quebec, Canada

Price: $132+ per night

5 meters up in the air, this treehouse has a charming interior and is accessed by a suspended footbridge. Close to the village of Nominingue and a lake, the treehouse will offer you options for outdoor activities like dog sledding, snowshoeing, ice fishing, cross-country, skiing, swimming, canoeing, fishing, and biking.

Inside, there are 2 double beds, a small well-equipped kitchenette, a small bathroom with a compost toilet, and a portable shower. The deck outside has a seating area with nice views. The treehouse is charged with solar power, and drinking water is provided in canisters. A cooler can be provided on request, as there is no refrigerator.

Chalet Perché - Treehouse Rentals Canada
Chalet Perché Treehouse | Credit: Airbnb

Oceanfront Treehouse

Where: Salt Spring Island, British Columbia, Canada

Price: $206+ per night

Enjoy your vacation in this oceanfront treehouse set in 4.3 acres of forest with access to a private beach. Watch the eagles perch on arbutus trees from the treehouse, look at seals bobbing their heads while they pass by in the ocean, pick up oysters from the beach, or simply watch the sun go down.

Inside, there is a daybed (convertible to king bed), a bay window, and a well-equipped kitchenette. The refrigerator is stocked with yogurt, granola, cream, and almond milk. A water dispenser is provided as there is no running water. A BBQ is available on the property, and there is private access to the toilet and basin.

Oceanfront Tree House Canada
Oceanfront Tree House | Credit: Airbnb

The Water’s Edge – Unique Muskoka Treehouse

Where: Utterson, Ontario, Canada

Price: $901+ per night

Nestled in the trees of a private forest, right on the shore of one of the most stunning lakes of Muskoka, this treehouse is truly one of the best treehouse rentals in Canada. There is a dock area for canoeing and swimming, and a waterfront deck to relax and sip coffee. Watch the sunrise while you relax on the hammock or enjoy the two-sided fireplace on the deck.

There is 1 master bedroom with floor-to-ceiling windows, 2 bunkie rooms, and 1 beautiful A-frame room. There is a fully furnished kitchen, a dining area, a full bathroom, and a living room.

The Water’s Edge - Unique Muskoka Treehouse
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The Baltic – Luxury Treehouse Cabin with Hot Tub

Where: Minden Hills, Ontario, Canada

Price: $465+ per night

You are bound to have a nest-like experience in this luxury treehouse surrounded by Haliburton Highlands’ iconic evergreens and mixed hardwood forests.

The ceilings are fully clad birch ply and the earthen floors are made from local sand, straw, and clay, and are complete with a beautifully modern, concrete-like finish. The wraparound deck and the floor-to-ceiling windows offer stunning views of the forest. There is an open-concept living room with a propane fireplace, a leather couch, and a record player. On the main floor, there is a fully equipped kitchen, a full bath with heated floors, a custom rain shower, and large windows. The bedroom is located in an open-concept loft space and has a king-size bed.

Restaurants, breweries, beaches, boat launches, lakes galore, hiking, river floating, and cross-country ski trails (winter only) are a short drive away.

The Baltic - Luxury Treehouse Cabin with Hot Tub
The Baltic – Luxury Treehouse Cabin with Hot Tub | Credit: Airbnb

Lount Treetop Rentals

Where: Sundridge, Ontario, Canada

Price: $116+ per night

Surrounded by hundreds of acres of forest, and nestled high up in the trees, this treehouse is set in peace and tranquility!

Complete with all modern amenities, it features a queen-sized bed, a 3-piece bathroom with hot water, and a full kitchenette with a small refrigerator, a countertop, an oven, a microwave, and 2 heating elements. There is an eating area in front of a 6’ window made from live edge wood. Propane BBQ is available, and wood for a campfire can be arranged. Enjoy a stunning view of the night sky while you warm yourself by a campfire.

Lount Treetop Rentals Canada
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Treehouse On Private, Isolated Forest

Where: Port Perry, Ontario, Canada

Price: $345+ per night

Situated on 300 acres of private forest, this treehouse overlooks natural spring water ponds and an expansive green area. Walking, hiking, mountain biking, skiing, and swimming can be enjoyed on the property. Ponds have gazebos, fire pits, running water, and hot showers.

The treehouse has a full bathroom with hot water, a living area, a fireplace, a refrigerator, a gas stove, and a toaster oven. There is a bedroom in the loft with a double bed. Outside, a fire pit and BBQ are perfect for making your evenings memorable!

You will be just 1 hour from Toronto with easy access off the 407!

Treehouse On Private - Isolated Forest
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Owl’s Perch Treehouse

Where: Sooke, British Columbia, Canada

Price: $184+ per night

9 meters off the ground and nestled between large cedars and a giant maple tree, this treehouse offers picturesque views of the Salish sea and the mountains of Washington state. Located along the Galloping Goose trail, the treehouse is only 5 minutes from Sooke city center and Sooke potholes.

It features a living area, a well-equipped kitchenette, a Vancouver island live edge dining table, and a full bathroom. The bedroom is in the loft area and has a double bed. The large deck is perfect for basking in the sun and soaking in the views.

Owl’s Perch Treehouse Unique Treetop Escape
Owl’s Perch Treehouse | Credit: Airbnb

Forest of Earthly Delights

Where: Tappen Sunnybrae, British Columbia, Canada

Price: $173+ per night

If you are looking for a quiet escape into nature, this treehouse should be your top choice for treehouse rentals in Canada. Experience glamping in this 4-story treehouse on10 acres on a dead-end road, backing onto Bastion Mountain. It features 4 bedrooms with 2 double beds, 2 queen beds, 1 single bed, and 1 sofa bed.

The lodge, which is a separate building, has a kitchen, a dining room, and a living room. The kitchen is fully stocked with all cooking essentials, the wood stove keeps you warm, floor-to-ceiling windows offer great views, and the outdoor BBQ and campfire make your evenings magical! The bathhouse is a separate building and has 3 rooms. The 1st has a toilet, a sink, and a shower, the 2nd has a toilet and sink, and the 3rd one has a shower.

There are many board games to keep you entertained and there are 2 canoes for the lake. You will be a 10-minute drive away from Margaret Falls, and a few kilometers from Shuswap Lake.

Forest of Earthly Delights
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Mont-Tremblant Treehouse

Where: Saint-Faustin-Lac-Carré, Quebec, Canada

Price: $193+ per night

This is a 4-season treehouse that sits on the edge of a pristine lake of a 2000-acre protected regional park. There are 4 lakes, wetlands, and 36 km of walking trails. The lakes are great for a refreshing dip, fishing, floating on a canoe, or enjoying a picnic on a warm rock.

The treehouse features a terrace, 1 bed with a double mattress and 2-4 singles, a wood-burning stove, and a kitchenette with essentials, a sink, and a cooler. Dry toilets are located near the cabin. Outside, there is a fire pit and a picnic table.

Please note – This is off-grid, so there is no running water, and electricity is by battery. There is an entrance fee to the eco-park in which the treehouse is located. $10 in summer and $5 in winter.

Mont-Tremblant Treehouse in Canada

East Sooke Tree House

Where: Sooke, British Columbia, Canada

Price: $236+ per night

Perched on a magical junction of rural land, forest, and the ocean, this treehouse will make you believe in magic. Wake up to local coffee, spend the day hiking the trails of East Sooke Park, explore the beaches, and wash away your tiredness in the hot tub amongst giant confers. You may even spot cougars, bears, or wolves.

The treehouse features a full bathroom with a separate entrance, a kitchenette with all basic amenities, a dining space, and a loft bedroom with a queen bed. There is a small deck with a seating area, an outdoor tub, and a propane fire pit.

East Sooke Tree House Rental British Columbia Canada
East Sooke Tree House | Credit: Airbnb

The Birdhouse Treehouse

Where: Chilliwack, British Columbia, Canada

Price: $241+ per night

Sitting on its own private patch of land, the treehouse is perfect for rejuvenating and reconnecting with nature. Engage with the farm cattle from the yard or relax on the hammock. The deck is perfect for immersing in the surroundings, enjoying the view of the mountains, and stargazing at night. 

The treehouse features a loft bedroom with a pair of skylights and a TV, a well-equipped kitchen, a toilet room with a flush toilet (but no vanity), a love seat that can fold out to accommodate a child, a collection of books, and a cedar deck with chairs. There is an outdoor shower across the bridge.

Mt. Thom is 3 minutes away, and Elk mountain is close by.

The Birdhouse Treehouse
The Birdhouse Treehouse | Credit: Airbnb

Creekside Tree House

Where: Likely, British Columbia, Canada

Price: $122+ per night

This is a seasonal, eco-friendly treehouse perched 7 meters high between Douglas Fir trees and Western Red Cedar near Quesnel river. There is a pond and a small waterfall on the property.

The treehouse features a queen-sized bed in the loft, and a well-equipped kitchen & a sitting area on the main level. There is also a full bathroom with a shower (on-demand hot water) and a composting toilet. The large wrap-around deck outside overlooks mixed evergreen and deciduous forest with a daisy meadow below. You can relax on the hammock or chairs on the deck and soak in the views.

Explore the historic Gold Rush area from this property (gold pans and shovels are provided).

Creekside Tree House
Creekside Tree House | Credit: Airbnb

Exceptional House In The Trees

Where: Wentworth-Nord, Quebec, Canada

Price: $164+ per night

Resting on 10 feet stilts, and nestled in branches and leaves, this treehouse serves as an ideal place for observing wildlife during the day and stargazing at night. The terrace at 30 feet above ground offers panoramic views. The south-facing orientation, along with the floor-to-ceiling windows of the house allows for the morning light to seep in, and an opportunity to watch the sunset in the evening. 

The treehouse is eco-friendly and made from recycled materials. It features a bedroom with a queen bed and a single bed, a fully equipped kitchen with a dishwasher, a washer & dryer, a full bathroom, a wood stove, and a spacious living room. The deck outside is perfect for you to relax in the evenings with a glass of wine. 

Whether you are a couple looking for a romantic getaway, a family with kids, a group of friends planning a reunion, or you are celebrating a special occasion, a treehouse fits the bill. Not only will you be close to nature, but will get a chance to create memories that will be etched in your hearts forever.

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