Some are located by a nature preserve or on acres of property, while others are on a creek or river. And some of these treehouses have full kitchens and bathrooms with indoor fireplaces. You can find grills, fire pits, hot tubs and screen porches. One is on a working farm with alpaca and llamas and another has a pull-out bed so you can sleep under the stars.
Whatever features you desire, you can find a treehouse to rent in Georgia for a memorable time away.
Read our story for more: “Treehouses in Georgia: 27 Places to Sleep in the Trees.”
– Jan Schroder, The Travel 100