_Treehouse Rentals in Quebec

Treehouse Rentals in Quebec: Have you always wanted to sleep in a treehouse? That’s good; the forests of Quebec hide a host of ready-to-camp high places where you can make your childhood dream come true!

Here are 12 places to go glamping in a treehouse, solo, as a couple, or as a family:

Glen Sutton, Eastern Townships

Nestled in the mountains of the Eastern Townships, Au Diable Vert is not to be missed. We discover real houses in the trees (as well as pods and shelters), and we meet a herd of Highland cows, which gives the site a little Scottish air!

On-site: 14km of hiking trails, river descents, “flying bike” and stargazing. Plan a walk of 100m to 1km to reach your accommodation.

From $135 per night; dogs Dogs allowed

Notre-Dame-de-la-Merci, Lanaudière

Kabania describes itself as “a little cabin village at the end of the world.” There are three types of ready-to-camp in the trees for sleeping and relaxing, as well as common areas with a kitchen, a living room, and a toilet block. In terms of activities, visitors have access to the Forêt Ouareau regional park and its 120km of trails, river descents, swimming, etc.

From $110 per night; dogs not accepted (pension nearby)

Saint-Sauveur, Laurentides

The unusual Chimo Refuges holiday center offers five mini-accommodations in nature, including two in the trees: Sol and Stella. These chalets are rustic and without running water, but they have electricity and well-equipped kitchenettes (with a fridge, raclette machine, and electric fondue dish, in particular).

On the site, visitors have access to common areas, including a teepee, and they can practice several outdoor activities. Also: Wi-Fi in accommodations and valet parking for luggage.

From $170 per night; dogs Dogs allowed

Saint-Fulgence, Saguenay–Lac-Saint-Jean

There are all kinds of dwellings at Cap Jaseux: domes, hanging spheres, coolboxes, log cabins, and, according to the website, two tree houses “living up to your childhood dreams”! Lit, heated, equipped with everything you need for cooking, and located near the parking lot and the toilet block, these cabins are perched 8m above the ground and offer a view of the Saguenay fjord.

As for the park’s activities, they range from aerial trails to sea kayaking, mushroom picking, and massages on the beach.

Closed in the winter.

From $251 per night / Dogs only accepted in the park, not in the cabins

Nominingue, Laurentides

Two treetop options await you here: the Chalet Perché, with its suspended walkway, and the Chalet Enchanté, with its twisted roof worthy of an elf’s house. Inside, a wood stove, propane stove, rustic shower, and compost toilet will be part of your furniture. Outside, your neighbors will be a yurt, a teepee, and a Hobbit house.

There are several things to do in the area: cross-country skiing, dog sledding, forest survival workshops, disc golf, swimming, etc.

From $160 per night; dogs Dogs allowed

Saint-Calixte, Lanaudière

The transparent bubbles of Feet on Earth are particularly attractive, but the area also has a fancifully decorated elf’s nest in the trees. Among the amenities are a perched terrace, a wood stove, and a rustic bathroom, not to mention a private outdoor jacuzzi, ideal for resting after a walk on the estate’s trails. Mini farm to also discover.

From $170 per night; dogs allowed ($20)

Bonaventure, Gaspésie

Cime Aventures is known for its canoe trips on the incredibly transparent waters of the Bonaventure River. The company also offers accommodation, including ecolodges on stilts. The latter do not offer kitchen accessories, but they have air conditioning, running water, a full bathroom, and parking. It’s particularly cozy for ready-to-camp!

Rentals are only available in the summer.

From $159.99 per night; dogs Dogs allowed in certain locations

Wentworth-Nord, Laurentides

Among the log cabins in this area are two treehouses: Le Hibou and Le Colibri. Built in red cedar, they offer a mezzanine, a wood stove, a kitchenette, a full bathroom, and drinking water. If you stay there, you have access to the estate’s spa and a kayak to go for a stroll on the lake.

Other things to do are swimming on a sandy beach in the summer, snowshoeing, and skating in the winter.

From $163 per night; dogs not allowed

Sacré-Cœur, North Shore

The mini chalets and bubbles on stilts at Canopée Lit make you want an intimate stay among maples, birches, ferns, and poplars. The cabins all have a terrace, a kitchen area (outdoor or indoor), a bathroom area (indoor or outdoor), a dry toilet, electricity, and running water.

Some have transparent domes on the ceiling that allow you to admire the stars or the canopy. Wow!

  • 4-season cabins and summer cabins are available.

From $214 per night or $243.50 for 4-season cabins; dogs not allowed

Racine, Eastern Townships

Here, the foliage-height experience takes place in cabins with a contemporary look. The different ready-to-camp models vary a little in size and amenities, but they are all largely glazed and comfortably equipped. To be “in the trees,” you have to choose the Blök, Vü, or Lüv overwater cabins.

Neighboring Mont Orford, Laö Cabines offers activities such as walking (4km of trails), cycling, cross-country skiing, or snowshoeing, and has a spa area for its customers.

From $160 per night, dogs accepted in only one cabin

Sainte-Béatrix, Lanaudière

The Chalet Court Terme company offers two small, simple but cozy perched dwellings, including the Le Mésange cabin, particularly close to the trees. Here you will find the kitchen, living room, bedroom, and bathroom, as well as your intimate jacuzzi outside.

During your stay, hiking, fishing, and other activities will be possible. The area where the two tree houses are located is called the Perched Village.

From $136 per night

Amherst, Laurentides

There are four accommodations on this site, two of which are perched among the branches: the Cabane d’en Haut and the Cabane du Lac. The first is in the heart of a cedar grove; the second is near a maple grove. Both are located near a lake, but not the same one! Rustic cabins offer, among other things, a kitchen area with a water tank, an outdoor dry toilet, and a shower (outdoors or indoors).

On the property: hiking, snowshoeing, tubing, swimming, fishing, canoeing, and campfires.

From $135 per night / Dogs allowed in certain cabins ($25)

Also, read 10 exotic places to visit in Quebec this summer.

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