(Courtesy of Julian Bilowas via Hipcamp)

Hide Out in One of These Bay Area Tree Houses

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Did you have childhood fantasies of living up in the trees? Play them out your very own, very real treehouse. Here are a few glamped-out versions available for weekend stays here in the Bay Area.

A view of Eagle's Nest.(Courtesy of Hipcamp)


The Bird's Eye View: Eagle's Nest Treehouse

Just north of Bodega Bay, Eagle's Nest Treehouse at Salmon Creek Ranch is perched four stories above the forest floor between two towering Douglas firs. Its large redwood deck can be accessed via a spiral staircase and a 30-foot long suspension bridge. Once inside, you'll see why the place has been published in House & Garden. Clad in richly oiled old growth redwood and built to feel like home with French doors, insulated walls and a copper-lined shower, Eagle's Nest has basically everything you'll need—queen bed, heat, hot water, a flush toilet, and low-wattage electrical outlets. (BYO bedding.) A stay at the ranch also means access to the massive working ranch, organic pastures, private forest, and the scenic Salmon Creek and beach. // $320/night for two adults (no kids, no pets); details at Hipcamp.com.


Go hot-tubbing at this two story treehouse near Point Reyes.(Courtesy of Glamping Hub)

The Arboreal Mansion: Luxury Treehouse

Grab the family—the whole family—and head for this 3,200-square-foot two-story sky house with six bedrooms, five-and-a-half baths, a fully equipped kitchen, living space with a baby grand piano, a dining room, and even a laundry room. It sounds fancy (and is), but it does have nature in spades: Sweeping decks overlook the windswept wonderland that is Point Reyes National Seashore. Last one in the hot tub's a rotten egg! // From $683/night; details at glampinghub.com.


Enter through a redwood stump-turned door at this Healdsburg hideout.(Courtesy of redwoodtreehouse.com)

Wine and Unwind: Redwood Treehouse

In the heart of Sonoma just a few miles from Healdsburg Plaza, the Redwood Treehouse has childhood whimsy with drinking-age flare. The two-bedroom, one-bathroom vacation home on the Russian River is perfect for a little weekend R&R; with a six-person hot tub, barbecue grill and full kitchen setup. Cozy up with a good book in the Hobbit-style living room. // From $550/night; details at redwoodtreehouse.com.


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