Tree House Glamping is quiet oasis in a mature atmosphere on an undeveloped lake. This unique camping rental is a real tree house high up in the pines with a queen bed and cozy sitting area for panoramic views of the lake. A gorgeous sauna is in the back of the tree house and wood is provided. Guests must climb a spiral staircase from a private terrace to a deck and walk the rope bridge to the real tree house with the most awesome views and cool tree house experience. Just off the terrace under the rental is entrance to the owner home and a private full bath with plush robes. Now comes the camping part as there is no kitchen, guests have a lovely shared courtyard with a gas grill, grilling tools and a fire pit, wood is provided. Guests will need a cooler and can buy ice here if needed.
$225.00 per night April-September only
3 night minimum / limit to 2 people
Massage services available in a quiet spa atmosphere.
Dixon Lake is NW of Grand Rapids MN and close to Big Winnie and revered for the great Walleye and Crappie bite. Fishermen also catch bluegill, perch, pike and bass. In the national forest for great hiking, riding and hunting.
A beautiful dining courtyard with plush seating and is surrounded by flower gardens with lake views. A natural sand and weed shore line with comfy lounge chairs and log swing sits under the pines as well as a relaxing hammock.
Dixon lake is mostly undeveloped and very peaceful, the setting is majestic pines on 8 acres with many beautiful gardens, plush lawn and many AMENITIES. Historic sites nearby. We have boat, pontoon, sailboard rentals.
Walking trails and ATV trails right outside our doors.
Complimentary use of paddle boat, kayaks, floating dock, gas grill, firewood and bikes.
Boat and Pontoon rental available.
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White Oak Native Society
Innkeeper lives on site with one other rental
All major credit cards accepted.
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