Get outta town: Rocky Mountain Treehouse

by DGO Web Administrator

Here’s what’s better when done in a tree house: Fishnet bodysuit sex, reading poetry over coffee, sleeping, dancing to Booker T. & the M.G.’s. Basically, you know, everything is better when it’s done in a tree house. So why don’t we all live in Ewokian tree-village utopias? I’ve wondered this far too much of my adult life. We may not all be able to live in tree houses, but we can rent one out for the best weekender this side of the forest moon Endor.

If you wanna embrace your whimsy and climb into a dream, you can rent the Rocky Mountain Treehouse in Carbondale. It’s 25 feet off the ground, supported by ancient spruce trees, and has idyllic views no matter the season. This cozy, rustic tree house has two spacious balconies, one bedroom, one bathroom, a full kitchen, and sleeps up to six people. (Though the $165/night price is for two adults.) To make it even cuter, you have to cross two foot bridges over Cattle Creek to get to it.

For more deets on booking a tree-cabin weekend, hit up


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