Check Out This Stunning Airbnb Treehouse at Possum Kingdom Lake

This little Airbnb combines two of my favorite things – Possum Kingdom and treehouses.

For our family, no summer is complete without a trip to PK. Whether we rent a cabin for a few days or make it a day trip, we make it a point to go there every summer.

Recently I was trying to get ahead in the game exploring the different Airbnb options in Possum Kingdom and came across this cute little treehouse.

Even as an adult, I often dreamed of having a cool treehouse. In fact, we have a big old red oak tree in our garden just begging to have a treehouse built there. It’s nice and sturdy and has the perfect spot about two stories above the ground that would totally support one.

But, like so many other projects I imagine, building a treehouse can be an expensive undertaking. So a tree house is low on the list of luxury expenses I can go for.

Luckily, that’s where Airbnb comes in. Want to live like a millionaire in a mansion, even if it’s just for a few days? They have you covered.

Ever dreamed of living off the grid, but not ready to fully commit to living in the sticks, far from civilization? Just rent an Airbnb and skip the commitment.

You had the idea.

So, I was thrilled as a peach when I stumbled across this little dandy from a treehouse in Possum Kingdom. Not only can I get my treehouse fix, but I can also get it in one of my favorite places on Earth.

Stunning Treehouse at Possum Kingdom Lake

A short drive from Wichita Falls, Texas, this Airbnb a treehouse would be a unique experience at Possum Kingdom Lake.

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