It's your vacation, do as little or as much as you want. 

There are many exciting adventures to be had just steps from your cabin door as well as plenty of opportunities for quiet personal reflection on this peaceful mountain property. Enjoy hiking, biking, swimming, fishing, rafting, meditative nature and historical walks, or just sunning yourself on our large ancient river rocks. 

Treehouse Cabins has partnered up with some local experts who are excited to offer our guests a little something extra during their stay. If you are interested in a private guided hike with a local naturalist or want to learn about how to choose the wine you like and not waste money, just check out the drop down menu under "Things to do". 

During this strange and unprecedented summer, many local events have been canceled and businesses have adopted different opening and closing hours and restrictions. The Hot Springs Tourism Association and Welcome Center has some wonderful resources to share and excellent updates on the state of things for Summer 2020. 

Treehouse Cabins Swimming Hole Fun

We have recently opened our own private trail down to Spring Creek!

Our guests now have the opportunity to explore a very special part of the property and to swim and relax at our private swimming hole.

Want to fish? We can point you in the right direction or even set you up with a local nature or fishing guide.

Biking and Hiking From Your Front Door

Biking and Hiking from your front door!

UPDATE: The National Forests in North Carolina has CLOSED certain trails due to COVID-19. 

Treehouse cabins are less than 2 miles from the Appalachian Trail and lots of other popular trails. Our cabin books offer many different activity suggestions and detailed descriptions of some of our favorite trails in the area. Ride or walk out your front door and start your adventure from here. 

Hot Springs Odd Fellows Cemetary

Visit the Historical Odd Fellows Graveyard

Hot Springs is teeming with history. A stones throw from Treehouse cabins lies the peaceful resting grounds of many of Hot Springs former residents. Learn about the most famously interned to those that went almost unrecognized until recently. Consider a thoughtful morning stroll through these nearly 8 acres of sacred grounds.

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