Abbie’s Treehouse is a tiny home on a hillside near a creek on the Hemlock Farm, where a small passel of animals and the main family reside in a log cabin. This private treehouse is a short walk to the bathroom, with running water and electricity. The rear of the property provides access to the national forest.The treehouse is completely secluded and sits on 5 acres with 2 other treehouses and main cabin. It is appointed with a comfortable Queen size bed (with heated mattress pad). The treehouse also features an outdoor kitchen so you can cook your favorite camp style meals while still enjoying the seclusion of the forest. The kitchen is equipped with a stove burner, cutting board, knife set, utensils, wash basin, 7 gallon drum of water, dish soap, sponge, as well as pots and pans. In addition to the kitchen, the firepit has a grate on it, allowing you to use charcoal or wood to grill. The treehouse’s inside kitchen is equipped with a Microwave, K-Cup Coffee Pot & Refrigerator. There is drinking water and a camp toilet for quick night runs. The showering facilities and parking area are a short walk away and shared by all three treehouses. There is not running water in the treehouse. After a long day in the woods, you can relax in the hot tub or build a fire in the on-site fire pit.
You can’t get much closer to the Chattahoochee National Forest, with direct access from the treehouse. With numerous lakes, rivers, and public lands in the area, the house is great for getting outdoors, whatever your pursuit may be! The treehouse is just a short drive from Woody Lake, Lake Winfield Scott, and Vogel State Park. You can also explore the nearby the Appalachian Trail.
For avid anglers, we are very close to the Black Mountain Trout Ponds, Cooper’s Creek, Frogtown Creek, the Toccoa River, the Chestatee River, and numerous other fisheries. Some of these waters hold other species like largemouth bass and panfish, with those and other species being plentiful in Lake Winfield Scott, Vogel State Park, and many of the other nearby rivers. The treehouse is also near several Georgia Wildlife Management Areas that provide hunting and other outdoors opportunities, in addition to the National Forest. Be sure to check out Chestatee WMA and Coopers Creek WMA while you are here!
24 Hour Check-In, Air Conditioning, CO2 Detector, Coffee Maker, Fire Pit, First Aid Kit, Heat, Hot Tub, Linens, Smoke Alarm, Towels, Wifi