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Morganton, Georgia

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Find your inner child, and experience the thrill of staying in a treehouse overnight. The perfect way to experience nature while still benefiting from standard comfort amenities, the Treehouse at 6 Ponds Farm will bring you complete joy.

Find your inner child, and experience the thrill of staying in a treehouse overnight. The perfect way to experience nature while still benefiting from standard comfort amenities, the Treehouse at 6 Ponds Farm will bring you complete joy.

Your stay starts as you drive onto the expansive 30-acre northern Georgia property, complete with forest, pasture, animals, gardens, ponds, and plenty to do. This beautiful farm with six ponds is yours to enjoy during your stay. When you're not enjoying the beauty of your treehouse abode, you can head down to the herb garden to enjoy the smells and tastes of the numerous herbs growing there. Our gardens are part of our commitment to sustainable local produce and high-quality food. You can also tap into your inner outdoor enthusiast by taking on standing paddle boarding, kayaking, biking, fishing, or hiking. Enjoy the presence of many animals as you walk around the farm, enjoying the views. Take a bird hike to learn about the farm's abundant birdlife or stop by the largest pond to feed the fish. The many animals on the farm, from chickens and goats to rabbits and donkeys will happily let you pet and feed them. End your day around the fire pit, where you can play horseshoe, swing, or roast marshmallows on the fire. As a perfect addition to your stay, you can even work on the homestead. 6 Ponds Farm is an Earth-friendly farm, and we love teaching visitors more about sustainable homesteading practices. From gathering eggs to tending to the garden, there's always something to be done.

Small but mighty, the 256 sq.ft. space gives way to a back porch complete with a fireplace and hot tub. Handmade rustic furnishings complete the space and add to the ambiance of your stay. From the one-room treehouse cabin to the upper-deck patio area, you'll feel right at home while also one with nature. This is never more evident than in the all-glass design of the treehouse that allows you to view the surrounding forest from all four sides. Whether here for a romantic getaway or a writer's retreat, you'll find an escape in this fantastic piece of architecture. You'll also be able to enjoy a bit of nature from a private and peaceful place to lay your head.

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