Treehouse Cabin Stay in Southwest Missouri Ozark Mountains

If you’ve ever imagined what sleeping in a treehouse cabin might be like, then allow us to give you a grand tour. After all, treehouses are all the rage nowadays, from vacation rentals to luxury treehouse retreats made famous by the Animal Planet series Treehouse Masters.

So what makes a better cabin rental than a treehouse rental? A treehouse that sleeps 12 with six full-size beds and two fully functional bathrooms, of course. But what could be more wonderful than having a treehouse stay in the heart of the Southwest Missouri Ozark Mountainss, along the Elk River near Pineville, Missouri?

Treehouse Expectations

When you think about your family’s expectations of what you want from a treehouse cabin stay, you might think of the necessities. But a treehouse should provide you with much more comfort and peace than other cabin stays. For example, the treehouse should have all the creature comforts you find at home.

  • Running water
  • Air conditioning
  • Coffee pot
  • Refrigerator with freezer
  • Kitchen with a full-sized stove
  • Ample deck space overlooking Elk River
  • Television cable
  • WiFi service

Essential Elements of Treehouse Cabin

The word treehouse implies it’s a structure that carries you away into the canopy of trees. But, a treehouse can only be classified as a tree-house if it has these essential elements. 

First and foremost, a treehouse must built around a tree. By default, it must come fully equipped with a unique access point, be it:

  • Traversing a rope bridge
  • Climbing a rock wall
  • Scaling a rope ladder
  • Ascending a spiral staircase

Access to any treehouse should transport you to another world, high above the world below. All while exploring a unique and magical experience of a log cabin seated in the trees.

Book Your Spring Stay NOW

There is no place to experience a magical fairytale treehouse cabin stay better than at the Lazy Days Resort & Campground. Call (417) 223-3498 to book your first Spring treehouse stay today!

Lazy Days Campground is located along the Elk River in southwest Missouri in McDonald County. The resort location is between the aptly named towns of Pineville and Noel, Missouri. To get there from Interstate 49, take exit 5 at mile marker 6.

Learn what past guests had to say about their stay at the Lazy Days Resort.

Planning an Ozark Cabin Vacation in Pineville, MO

Now that the holiday season is here, you’ve probably begun thinking of planning your next Ozark cabin vacation. After all, cabins make for some of the most memorable family vacations.

So, where do you begin? What better place to start than in your backyard of the four-state region of southwest Missouri? Whether you’re planning for a small family of three or a large family reunion, there’s one place you might find particularly charming for your first Ozark cabin vacation next Spring, Lazy Days Resort & Campground.

Cabins of Lazy Days Resort

Regarding cabin choice, there’s no place in the Southwest Ozark Mountains with more options than Lazy Days. With 12 cabin options, you can rest assured there is plenty of room to accommodate everyone in your family.

  • One 15-bedroom cabin
  • One 9-bedroom cabin
  • Four 3-bedroom cabins
  • Three 2-bedroom cabins
  • Two single-bedroom cabins
  • One treehouse cabin

Cabin Amenities

A benefit to every cabin at Lazy Days is the abundance of indoor creature comforts that are consistently available.

  • Air Conditioning
  • Coffee Pot
  • Refrigerator
  • WiFi service

Unique to Each Cabin

But when it comes to cabins, there is something unique to each cabin at Lazy Days. All the cabins are labeled with an alpha-numeric that begins with the letter “C” followed by a number.  

Cabin 4 [C4]

The largest of all the cabins at Lazy Days is more equipped like a home than a cabin. The 15-bedroom cabin, with 3-baths, offers a front and rear porch. In this home away from home, you’ll discover plenty of space to sleep up to 30 people, and it comes with a fully loaded kitchen.

Cabin 15 [C15]

The nine-bedroom, three-bathroom cabin is ideal for guests looking for ample space to accommodate 26 people. It comes equipped with a full-sized kitchen with two ovens and a dishwasher. Also ideally located in a secluded area on the property, cabin 15 can deliver the best to a family reunion experience like no other.

Cabin 5 [C5], [C6], [C7], and [C8]

The four 3-bedroom cabins are all situated conveniently in the exact location on the Lazy Days property. Cabins 5 and 6 come with two queen bunk beds and one full-size bed accommodating 10 guests, while Cabins 7 and 8 have two queen bunk beds and two full-size beds to accommodating 12 guests each.

The large covered front porches and covered back decks overlook the Elk River. For those chill springtime nights, there is a wood-burning fireplace.

Cabin 2 [C2] and [C3]

Cabins 2 and 3 have two bedrooms and a single bathroom. Also, each cabin comes with one queen-size bed & two queen bunk beds that allow up to 10 guests per cabin.

Although these two cabins are uniquely different, C2 has a covered porch and a wood-burning stove with a jetted jacuzzi bathtub. In contrast, C3 has an elevated covered deck with a swing that overlooks the Elk River valley and has a wood-burning fireplace.

Cabin 16 [C16]

The only other cabin uniquely secluded on the Lazy Days property is Cabin 16. The cabin’s vaulted ceiling adds space for a loft for additional sleeping, accessible utilizing the cabin’s built-in ladder. 

Also unique to C16 are two bathrooms, unlike C2 and C3, which both have only one bath. Cabin 16 accommodates ten guests with one queen bed and four full-size beds.

Cabin 11 [C11] and [C12]

Of the two single-room cabins, these two cabins are the most rustic in layout and design. The two cabins are seated side-by-side on the property. Cabin 11 has two twin bunk beds to sleep four guests, while C12 has one full bed and one twin to sleep three people comfortably. These two cabins are perfect for families looking for a unique rustic charm within walking distance of the Elk River shoreline.

Like the other cabins, these single-room cabins come with air conditioning, a refrigerator, and WiFi service. But to make your cabin experience all the more rustic, outdoor grilling is a must in these cabins, and there is nothing better than campfire toast in the morning before a river rafting trip.

Treehouse Cabin 17 [C17]

At Lazy Days, the one treehouse cabin is a one-of-a-kind stay. You can do it all with a full-size kitchen while staying above ground level in a treehouse with six full-size beds that can accommodate 12 guests with two full baths.

Book Your Stay Today

There’s no shortage of options to book a cabin vacation at Lazy Days Resort and Campground. If you’re looking to unplug and decompress next Spring, book your stay today by calling (417) 223-3498 for the perfect cabin for you and your family.