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Tree Houses at Hostel Forest in Brunswick, Georgia

These are the tree houses at Hostel Forest in Brunswick, Georgia.

The property features geodesic domes and 9 tree houses built by volunteers.

It’s a 133 acre property with forest and wetlands near St. Simons Island and Jekyll Island.

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Video: The Hostel in the Forest

Learn more: http://www.foresthostel.com/

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  • Hudson June 16, 2016, 5:22 pm

    OK, I have to ask: did that lizard end up in the man’s bathwater? :) Sorry, this is not for me considering the heat and mosquitoes.

  • Gabriella June 16, 2016, 5:35 pm

    When you feel like refuge, writing, paint,or plat, over quiet in absolute Peace. This may be one solution.

  • ROSEE June 16, 2016, 9:09 pm

    Very interesting! Quite a place if one likes to live in the great outdoors. Have to say that if Tarzan was real, he’d love this place.
    I wouldn’t mind it for one night, but not on a permanent basis.

  • Linda Taylor June 16, 2016, 10:26 pm

    Cute, but I lived in Brunswick and if you are anywhere close to the water or marsh they have these little tiny flying bugs called “No seems” but their bite will surely leave a mark. If they’re not in your ears they’re up your nose. They’re the worst first thing in the AM but they do come out at dusk. Hate them!! Don’t forget your super acting bug spray!!

  • Meg Hamby June 17, 2016, 4:58 am

    I have actually stayed here. I was in the two-story, two unit treehouse on the second floor. To answer some of the comments: yes, you do stumble around looking for the outhouse in the middle of the night, yes, there are lots of bugs – for me, spiders were the worst and there were plenty. It’s not a hotel clean kind of place- it’s camping and it feels like camping.
    It’s also an AMAZING place that I can’t wait to get back to! There is a pond you can swim in, a beautiful (not pictured here) meditation/yoga glass house in the woods, trails to walk, bonfire area where everyone gathers into the night to play various instruments and dance, community vegetarian cooking where you either help make or clean up and everyone eats together. There are friendly chickens running about so you can go pick up a fresh egg from the roost for breakfast and so much more. You really get back in touch with your fellow humans and nature at the Hostel. It’s like no place else and you will never forget your time there. If you decide to go, be warned- cell phones are not allowed to be on. If your phone rings, the tradition is that the residents will take you and your phone and throw them into the pool. The pool is a untreated, thick green miss pit. Not something you really want to be in for any reason. They are not kidding about this tradition because I know someone who got thrown in with the offending phone.
    This place is all about really being one with the natural world and you leave changed for the better. Did I mention the meditation maze? So many good memories!

    • Marcy June 17, 2016, 10:51 am

      Meg, I was thinking this looks like a fun place to visit. I was also thinking the last week before they close for the season so there might be less mugginess and bugs. Thanks for sharing all the extra details about it. Sounds like just the place if you wanted to escape from the world for a little while.

  • Rue June 20, 2016, 5:56 am

    Hmmm. No climate control at all, screens instead of walls, gotta brave the outdoors to get to a bathroom….

    This might be magical for outdoors types who love camping, but I have to say, between heat, bugs, and thunderstorms, I would -not- want to stay here in a Georgia summer! (yep, I’m a total weenie).

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