Norton Creek Resort’s Treehouse Grove recently opened to the public, and we're already so excited about their dreamy escape options.
The resort features eight treehouses designed by Treehouse Masters host Pete Nelson.
It’s safe to say that summer 2020 is a summer unlike any other. Where we’d typically be headed to a popular beach resort, jam-packed country concerts, evening happy hours, and summer barbecues with all our family and friends, this season social distancing continues to be top of mind. But that doesn’t mean you can’t still have a summer adventure!
Thanks to the newly opened Treehouse Grove at Norton Creek Resort, which is situated among the Great Smoky Mountains in Gatlinburg, Tennessee, folks can hole up in their very own treehouse, equipped with two queen-sized beds, a bathroom, and mini kitchen. Some even come with their very own fire pit. Oh, and did we mention that they all have A/C and heating, wireless internet, and a TV? That’s right, these aren’t the treehouses of our youth.
The Treehouse Grove features eight distinct treehouses, each of which has a unique floorplan built and designed by Pete Nelson, the host of Animal Planet’s “Treehouse Masters.” Instead of tottering high amongst the ground, each house is built around the trees, with lofts and decks to offer that same overlook feel.
Each treehouse comfortably accommodates four guests, and a single night’s stay starts at $279 and goes up to $449 depending on the season. Bookings are open for August 2020 through February 2021, and we have a funny feeling they’re going to fill up quickly!
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