Stay in a Tree House in Upstate New York

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Peaceful Yurt Rental on a Goat Farm for Glamping in Upstate New York
Yurts
Pattersonville, New York (United States)
Charming Tiny House Rental with a Wood-Burning Fireplace near Gore Mountain, New York
Riverside Log Cabin with a Hot Tub near Titus Mountain, New York
Log Cabins
Malone, New York (United States)
Breathtaking Year-Round Views from Luxury Cabin on New York-Vermont Border
Wonderful Tree House Perfect for a Glamping Getaway in the Adirondack Mountains, New York
Charming Cabin Rental with Private Beach Access on Lake George in New York
Unique Yurt Rental for Two Set near the Kaaterskill Forest in New York
Rustic Tree House for a Romantic Getaway near Oneida Lake, New York
Simple and Charming A-Frame Cabin Rental in Windham, New York
A-Frames
Windham, New York (United States)
Riverfront Cabin Rental with Lovely Screened Porch near Potsdam, New York
Modern Countryside Yurt Rental in Waterville, Upstate New York
Yurts
Waterville, New York (United States)
Tiny House Rental Surrounded by the Woodlands of Finger Lakes Region, New York

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Stay in a tree house for the best of Upstate NY: weekend getaways like these are something you won't want to miss out on

New York, New York... the city that never sleeps impresses just about everyone who visits, even Frank Sinatra. New York tourism is fueled by the constant stream of visitors to New York City and it’s easy to see why so many people visit the city each year. NYC is home to the New York Yankees, the Statue of Liberty, MOMA New York, Times Square, and so many more NYC attractions we can’t begin to name them all. New York sightseeing is great, but NYC is not the only place to visit in New York State. Getaways from NYC will bring you to Upstate New York towns like Lake George or Lake Placid, where the 1980 winter Olympics took place, Cooperstown, where you’ll find the Baseball Hall of Fame, or the Finger Lakes region, where many wineries in New York State are located. Go glamping and get easy access to all of these places to visit in New York, and more! Upstate New York attractions include many great outdoor activities to fill up your glamping New York vacations. The only way you might be able to make your glamping getaway in Upstate NY any better, is if you were to book one of these tree house stays. Forget about Finger Lakes hotels or Lake George cabins, the best tree houses in New York are here for you to book. From rentals in a tree house village to tree house resorts in New York, a tree house with hot tub or tree house living in New York State campgrounds, find cool tree houses with a range of amenities and book yours today! Weekend getaways in NY just got a whole lot better.

Reserve your dates in the perfect tree house: NYC weekend getaways like these book up quickly, don't get beaten to it!

Upstate New York attractions: luxury tree houses in the Adirondacks & Catskills camping

Visit New York and head upstate to discover the luxury tree houses available to book in the Adirondacks and Catskill Mountains. These Catskills camping rentals make it easy to get outdoors and explore the Hudson Valley. Just a two-hour drive north from New York City, things to do in the Catskills and attractions include Hunter Mountain Resort, Catskill Park, Kaaterskill Falls, Windham Mountain Bike Park, Pratt Rock, and much more. While NYC attractions are, of course, mostly city-focused and indoors, the things to do in Upstate NY are almost exclusively outdoors. If you head north from the Catskills, you’ll move into the Adirondacks (both parts of the Appalachian Mountain range). Book your tree house NYC getaway and spend a weekend Upstate, we promise it’s worth it! When it’s warm, go hiking or get out on the water. The Adirondacks are home to many dog-friendly trails for hiking with dogs, like Buck Mountain Trail or Cascade Mountain Trail. After, cool off and take a dip in the waters of Lake George or Saratoga Springs. Go tubing in Lake Luzerne, whitewater rafting in Hadley, or rent a boat from Clark’s Marina in Eagle Bay. In the winter, check out the Lake Placid skiing options or go cross-country skiing on Lapland Lake. Pick from Catskills resorts with tree houses or Adirondack camping sites and get outdoors in Upstate NY, no matter the season!

Places to visit in New York: tree house alternatives to Finger Lakes hotels

Not sold on the mountains? That’s ok, there are many more places to visit in New York. Head west and check out our tree house alternatives to Finger Lakes hotels. The Finger Lakes consist of 11 lakes, whose names reflect the Iroquois history of the region—this region was once the seat of the Iroquois tribes' power. From Cayuga Lake and Seneca Lake to Canandaigua Lake, the Finger Lakes are home not only to some very interesting history, but also some amazing outdoor destinations. The Ithaca Gorges near the Cornell campus are well worth a trip, with many Ithaca hiking trails that lead past different viewing points. Then there are places like Taughannock Falls State Park and Chimney Bluffs State Park, Finger Lakes wineries, Corning’s famous Museum of Glass, and so much more. Finger Lakes attractions are diverse and plentiful and a New York vacation is sure to be your best yet, made only better when you stay in a tree house. So whether you’re in New York and looking for a ‘tree house near me’ or coming from farther away to visit, book one of these tree house rentals. New York glamping like this will be having you book your second trip before you’ve left the first!

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