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Looking for somewhere interesting to stay in Florida? Here is a tree house cabin in the woods of Kissimmee, Florida.

Technically it may not be considered a tree house, but some tree-lovers will be relieved by the fact that it’s on stilts. Either way, it seems like a pretty cool place to stay near Orlando, Florida that definitely feels like a tree house! What do you think? Want to stay here? You can…

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Tree House Cabin Near Orlando, Florida

Tree House Cabin On Stilts In The Woods Near Orlando FL via Chris-Airbnb 001

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This is an incredible air-conditioned tree house in Saint Cloud, Florida near theme parks and other interesting destinations.

It has a complete wrap around balcony and deck and is perfectly nestled into a southern live oak tree that’s estimated to be around 300 years old. There are 4 horses on the property that you can enjoy looking at and even feed provided carrots to. Anyway, the treehouse features a bedroom, bathroom, kitchenette, table and chairs, and outdoor space. Check it out! I can’t wait to stay here someday! How about you? PS – you can book it via Karen And Rick on Airbnb.

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Incredible Tree House Nestled In Ancient Oak Tree

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This is the Whippoorwill Treehouse. It’s a tiny cabin on stilts in Hot Springs, Arkansas that’s available to book on via Susan on Airbnb.

It’s one of six treehouses on the property, each with its own personality. The property is 27 acres, bordered by a creek, surrounded by the Ouachita Mountains, and minutes from downtown Hot Springs National Park. But the cabin… Look how simple and awesome it is! Take a look and let us know your thoughts in the comments. Would you consider building a cabin like this? What would you change about it?

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Tiny Cabin On Stilts In Hot Springs

Whippoorwill Treehouse on Stilts Hot Springs via Susan-Airbnb 001

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This is a rustic, off-grid tree house overlooking a large pond near Ottawa, Ontario, Canada.

It’s available as a vacation rental over at Glamping Hub. Take a look at it and let us know what you think in the comments!

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Off-Grid Tree House Near Ottawa

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This is the Original Tree House located at East Zion Resort in Orderville, Utah on 490 East State Street. It’s a rock climber’s dream because you can actually climb up from the inside of the trunk. It’s super-cool!

The craziest part about it? It’s built on the preserved trunk of a 100-year-old cottonwood tree that actually died on the property! How interesting is that?

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This Tree House Was Built On The Preserved Trunk Of A 100-Year-Old Cottonwood Tree!

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This is the story of Scott’s 400-sq.-ft. whimsical treehouse named Sir Cedric that he built he built in his backyard as his passion project. And best of all, he built it with mostly reclaimed materials.

The even better part? You can actually stay here and experience the place yourself! Does it get better? Yes, because Jenna over at Tiny House Giant Journey already did that and she’s here to share the experience with you! Enjoy…

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Meet Sir Cedric, The Magical Tree House in Ferndale, Washington

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This is a log cabin on stilts known as the Whispering Pines Treehouse on Airbnb. It’s available to book out of Hot Springs, Arkansas. There are actually a total of three similar structures on the property to choose from.

According to the listing, this location is surrounded by the Ouachita Mountains on 27 wooded acres bordered by a creek where you see deer, turkey, and other wildlife. From here, you’re also 7 miles away from Magic Springs Theme Park, 15 miles from Lake Ouachita, and just down the road from Oaklawn Racing. Anyway, what do you think of the log cabin?

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Whispering Pines Treehouse Log Cabin on Stilts in Hot Springs, Arkansas

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This is the Waterford Tiny Studio Cottage in Waterford, Vermont.

It’s a tiny-little-cottage with a studio-layout that you can book for vacation via Andrew & Marilou on Airbnb. What do you think of it?

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Tiny Tree Cottage in Waterford, Vermont

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This is the story of Sarah’s tiny tree house cabin that she built for less than $2,000 in materials. At a first glance, you may not be able to tell very easily, but it truly is a treehouse! There are 7 living trees in and around this little cabin.

Meet Sarah McClellan (daughter of Cob/Earth/Mud builder “Uncle Mud“) as she takes us through her self-built funky, unconventional, fun, and ultra-affordable home- one built IN and around seven trees.1

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She Built A Tree Cabin For Less Than $2,000!

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