The luxury treehouse resort in Michigan is now open for reservations
IONIA TOWNSHIP, Mich. (FOX 2) – Michigan’s newest luxury living option just opened in the form of a decadent vacation-worthy cabin.
Declared the state’s first luxury treetop resort, the remote location locks vacationers in seclusion, while giving them access to a host of activities from hiking and fishing, to treasure hunts. and lawn games.
According to the Tree Vistas website, river charters and kayak rentals will also be part of the experience in the coming months. The secluded resort officially opened Aug. 11, with reservations in Winding Springs costing $299 a night.
Tree Vistas places travelers in the heart of the forests of central Michigan, just east of Ionia and about 45 minutes from Lansing. It is open to customers by reservation all year round.
From the outside, the house is fitted with a wood panel exterior and steeply pitched roofs. Trees surround the house, which is on a dirt road. Nearby is the Grand River – the same one that runs through the state capital. There are also several campfire spots.
Inside, a spiral staircase leads through the house full of windows providing natural light.
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The house opens a year after the location was announced last year. Renderings and images of the construction of the house continued to be posted as work was carried out.