Looking for a nature-y getaway that’s only 4 hours away from Charlotte? Then you might want to hurry and book a room at this one-of-a-kind treehouse resort nestled in the Great Smoky Mountains in Tennessee called Sanctuary Treehouse Resort. The inspiration came from a visit to a treehouse over in South Carolina that impressed creators, Amanda and Brian Jensen, enough to think about building their own closer to East Tennessee, near cities like Sevierville.
Once it’s built, it’s slated to be the largest of its kind in the world, built over 2 championship golf courses across 36 holes. The treehouse, aside from being a big and gorgeous resort that looks over the course and the Great Smoky Mountains, is also interactive just as a kid’s treehouse would be. Think of rope swings, slides, and hidden doors as part of the fun, charm, and adventure that only a treehouse could elicit.
The resort plans to have 130 treehouses spread across 40 scenic acres, with 3 different types of treehouses to choose from: Tree Fort, Tree Fort Double, and Luxe. Tree Fort can sleep up to 6 comfortable with extra amenities like a slide, drink chutes from the kitchen to the porch, and more while Tree Fort Double offers the same amenities, except the space is big enough for larger groups. Luxe is suitable for couples who are celebrating a honeymoon or romantic occasion or small families and features a hot tub and luxurious decor.
You can book a stay now for when Sanctuary Treehouse Resort for March 2023, when they’re slated to open.