This was an amazing treehouse experience for me and my friends! We fit five people comfortably. The night was filled with good food, laughs, and am...
This was an amazing treehouse experience for me and my friends! We fit five people comfortably. The night w...
Astonishing Family-Friendly Tree House near Austin, TexasSpicewood, Texas (United States)
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This large tree house near Austin, Texas, can comfortably sleep up to four adults and has two bedrooms, a kitchenette, a dining room, and a lounge area. It’s perched above a creek and next to a small waterfall. The first bedroom has a queen-sized bed and the second bedroom has two twin beds.
The kitchenette comes equipped with a small refrigerator, a sink, a toaster oven, a coffee pot, as well as dishes and silverware. Tea, coffee, and sugar are also provided. The bathroom has a combination shower/tub, a sink, and a toilet. The bedrooms and lounge area are air-conditioned. The kitchen and dining room have a fan but no air conditioning.
This luxury tree house rental in Texas also has an outdoor shower on the deck, and is equipped with electricity and lighting. Read More
- Running water
- Queen-size bed
There is a small, spring-fed lake available for swimming based on rainfall and an outdoor pool available (except during winter months).
While staying at this glamping site, guests will have access to a shared bathroom located a short walk from the tree houses. Additionally, the tree house is equipped with both electricity and lighting, ensuring a completely comfortable stay.
Beds are outfitted with fresh linens and extra blankets.
This glamping site specializes in zip-line canopy tours for an additional fee. Guests booking a tree house are required to book a zip-line tour when available (see extra details for more information).
This site offers a special canopy tour package. Guests can ask the hosts about their special Romantic Package, too, if interested. Read More
Location + Surroundings
This property is situated near Lake Travis in Spicewood, Texas. This makes it a perfect location to try out glamping near Austin, as it is only a roughly 30-mile drive from the city. Since this glamping site is located in the beautiful Texas Hill Country, it's an excellent chance to get out of the city and experience a totally different part of Texas, too. Read More
- Bird watching
- Water sports
Glampers will be spoiled for choice on how to spend their days during a stay at this property. Guests can jump in the lake from a rope swing (drought dependent), have a picnic under the trees, or play basketball, volleyball, or tetherball. Walking and cycling are the perfect ways to explore the local area and the beautiful surroundings provide the perfect backdrop for whatever guests end up doing.
- Infants allowed Under 2 years old
- Children allowed 2-12 years old
- No smoking
- Some spaces are shared
- You will receive a 50% refund when you cancel at least 30 days prior to check in.
Children staying at this glamping site must be at least 10 years old, and they must be accompanied by an adult at all times.
Please keep in mind this glamping site does not allow people who are not guests to be on this property outside of the canopy tour operating hours. Only booked guests are allowed to enter the tree house.
Please note, when available, a zip line canopy tour is required with your stay. Tours are available Thursday through Sunday in the spring and fall, and every day but Monday in the summer. The zip-line canopy tour is closed during the winter months. This activity is booked separately, and it is not included in the price.
Check-in is between 4 p.m. and 6:30 p.m., and check-out is at 11 a.m.
Pets are not allowed at this glamping site.
The hosts' personal interest in family outings, increasing environmental awareness, and encouraging people to spend more time in nature is what prompted them to start this business and these accommodations, which educate and inspire people to be more ecologically conscious while having a thrilling physical experience. Their hope is to provide an enlivening adventure while instilling knowledge and a desire to protect our natural resources. Read More