“only accessible by canoe..”
Tucked in the woods along the rivers edge, these cabins are only accessible by canoe, the Treehouse cabins at Edisto River are perfect for nature lovers. Three rustic and secluded tree houses, located within the private 150-acre Edisto River Refuge, sleep up to four, six or eight people and are available year round with the exception of a few days during the Christmas holiday. The tree houses are situated out of sight of each other around the edges of a quiet river peninsula, bordered by a creek at the neck creating almost an island. There is no electricity or running water. Outhouse facilities are located near each unit. Each tree house features: A small kitchen area with a table and chairs, propane stove, pots and pans, plates and utensils A dining deck with an outdoor gas grill A screened sleeping loft with one or two futon mattresses depending on the size of the unit Futons on the main level that fold out to accommodate an additional sleeping area Rechargeable lanterns A swinging rope hammock A few gallons of drinking water A few games such as dominoes and playing cards Treehouse Island appeals to those who enjoy and respect the outdoors, both its beauty and adventure. Grown-ups and older children appreciate it most. Many of our guests return year after year.
The Edisto River Treehouses definitely cater to the more rustic of honeymooner. Each treehouse is privately accessible by canoe. There’s no electricity but there’s cooking fuel for the deck grill, as well as candles and flashlights.
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Edisto River Treehouses
- Sun - Sat: 12:00 am - 11:59 pm
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