Is sleeping in the redwoods on your bucketlist? How about LITERALLY sleeping in the Redwoods 22 feet off the ground? This Redwood Treehouse Airbnb in California is an epic glamping stay. Known as the Redwood Cathedral in Crescent City, California. This is an adventure you don’t want to miss if you’re planning a trip to Oregon or to the Redwoods in California. Don’t have time to read now? Save this Redwood Treehouse in Northern California for later!
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- Where is this Treehouse Stay in California?
- Redwood Treehouse Rental Details:
- Unique Features of this Treehouse Airbnb in California
- How to Book this California Treehouse
- What to Pack for the Treehouse in California?
- Destinations and Other Stays Nearby:
- NorCal Shire
- Other Destinations Nearby:
Where is this Treehouse Stay in California?
This Northern California Treehouse is located just 6 miles north of Crescent City, California! Just 30 minutes from the Oregon border and just minutes away from Jedediah Smith State Park Redwoods.
The redwood Tree house is located halfway between San Francisco California and Portland Oregon.
Getting to the Treehouse in Northern California
The nearest airport is Del Norte County Regional Airport in Crescent City, California. There are typically two trips in and out of Crescent City to Oakland California each day, but check the airport for recent updates.
- Drive time from San Francisco: 6.5 hours
You will need a vehicle to get to the Treehouse. There are 2 taxi cab companies in Crescent City that you can reserve before (recommended), but if you plan to go anywhere besides the treehouse, I would highly recommend renting a vehicle! A standard vehicle is adequate, AWD or 4WD is not necessary.
Note: There is only one parking spot for this rental (unless the other rentals aren’t booked), but if you contact the host, they can help make accommodations.
Redwood Treehouse Rental Details:
- The upper platform is 22 feet above the forest floor
- Sleeps 2
- 2 Full Length Sleeping Pads provided
- Composting Toilet
- Shower NOT available
- No Pets
- No Fires
- WIFI is available and Cell Service is adequate
Unique Features of this Treehouse Airbnb in California
- The Bed area is an eight foot geodesic dome
- The entire Treehouse is made from reclaimed materials
- Sits in 100+ year old old growth Redwoods
- Two Balconies/Decks are at this Rental
- Views of Redwoods
- Trails into an acre of Redwoods
Even though this NorCal Treehouse in on a farm in a neighborhood, you’ll feel like you are in your own world here! The Treehouse is located behind the farm in an acre of redwoods. The owner has two other rentals available that are spread out (a Tent Platform and a Tiny Home).
How to Book this California Treehouse
A lot of you are sleeping on the Platform HipCamp! A lot of people search for ‘Airbnb’ on google and completely miss some really unique options on HipCamp (that’s why I put airbnb in the title)
This place stays pretty booked out, so plan ahead and also check back often for cancelations!
What to Pack for the Treehouse in California?
What to pack will depend on the time of year! The redwoods can be very rainy and this dome is not very watertight. The owner does put a tarp over it if rain is expected, but I’d recommend a summer trip to get the most out of this treehouse rental.
- Sleeping Bag
- Warm Clothing Layers
- Waterpoof Bag for valuables in case of rain
- Headlamp and/or lantern
Destinations and Other Stays Nearby:
Jedediah Smith Redwoods
Just minutes from this treehouse is Jedediah Smith State Park. This area of Redwoods is one of my absolute favorites to visit. Check out my complete guide:
Samuel H Boardman Scenic Corridor
Just over the Oregon Border is Brookings, OR. North of Brookings is some of the most incredible coastal views I’ve ever seen! Check it out in my Southern Oregon Coast Guide:
Northern California has some really unique stays! Check out my guide on the NorCal Shire and NorCal Treehouse:
Other Destinations Nearby:
- Smith River National Recreation Area
- Siskiyou Wilderness
- Tolowa Dunes State Park
- Six Rivers National Forest
- Battery Point (Crescent City) Lighthouse
- Seaquake Brewing
- Kin Khao Thai Eatery
- Port O Pints Brewery
You definitely won’t be bored if you come to this Northern California treehouse stay! Enjoy nearby Redwood hikes, coffee on the large deck of the treehouse, or take a day trip up the coast! If you’re in the mood for a beer, be sure to check out SeaQuake brewing and grab some to go for your night in the trees!
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