Cannaley Treehouse Village
About The Treehouse Village
The Cannaley Treehouse Village is the largest public overnight treehouse site in the country, creating an experience that is truly one-of-a-kind. Treehouse Village includes tree-attached raised platforms for tent and hammock camping and separate treehouse structures complete with electricity, electric-heat/air conditioning and some composting toilets.
Treehouse Village Features
- A six-person treehouse
- A four-person treehouse
- Two, 2-person treehouses
- Three tent/hammock platforms for camping in the trees
- A common treehouse with seating for up to 49 people (day use only; ADA accessible)
- A crow’s nest
- A canopy walk linking the common treehouse to the crow's nest
- Common Fire Pit (Wood Provided)
Reservations & Rental Rates
To ensure opportunity for a broad segment of the population to stay at Treehouse Village, an occupancy cap will be established for traditional rentals. Monday and Tuesday nights will be reserved for community outreach, programming, camps and subsidized stays. The treehouse structures will be priced at a rate that maintains accessibility for all. The four private treehouses and three tent/hammock platforms are available to rent for overnight stays. The common treehouse may be reserved for daytime and evening (but not overnight) group gatherings. And for that truly special event, the entire Treehouse Village may be reserved – available 4 weekends per year.
Where are the horses? The Stable sleeps 6 guests and has 2 queen beds, a full bed, a couch, 2 chairs a coffee table and has lots of barn-like features. Look for special embellishments that equestrians especially will appreciate.
Rental Rate: $225 per night
Member Rate: $200 per night
Let's ride! The Hub is a mountain biker's paradise. Accommodating 4 guests, it is ADA accessible treehouse has an accessible bedroom with queen bed, a loft with a queen bed, couch and 2 small end tables. A slide makes it easy and fun to get back to the ground. Want easy access to the mountain bike trail? A separate ramp leading bikers directly from the Hub to the trails will be coming in the future.
Rental Rate: $200 per night
Member Rate: $175 per night
Sleep, climb and play! The Dragline is a spider web-themed cabin, it accommodates 2 guests and has a queen, a dining table with 2 chairs. Try your skills on the dragline and tube cargo net.
Rental Rate: $150 per night
Member Rate: $125 per night
Hey, birdie, birdie... The Nest accommodates 2 guests with a full bed, 2 chairs and a coffee table. A loft - or nest - is a great place to hang out. This special nook has custom structures made to look like the home of our feathered friends. A curly, tube slide is the fastest way down.
Rental Rate: $150 per night
Member Rate: $125 per night
Nature enthusiasts will love these perches in the trees for a memorable overnight experience. Pitch your tents high above the ground. There are three platforms – The Drey, The Perch and The Lair – can accommodate tents and hammocks for a unique camping experience in the trees. Cargo tube netting and hammocks strung throughout are places to play or relax.
Rental Rate: $30 per night
Member Rate: $20 per night
This day use treehouse is ADA accessible with an ADA-accessible ramp and deck. Flatwood Commons is available for parties of up to 49 guests for small gatherings and programs. It is connected to the Crow's Nest, which is linked to the Tower by a swinging bridge.
9 a.m. to 5 p.m.
Rental Rate: $250 per day
Extended Hours 9 a.m. to 11 p.m.
Rental Rate: $350 per day
Entire Treehouse Village Rental
Friday & Saturday Nights, available once per quarter
Rental Rate: $5,000 for two nights
Member rate: $4,900 for two nights
Creating a Destination
The 500-acre Beach Ridge Area of Oak Openings, including Treehouse Village, is a compelling, unique new way for people to connect with the outdoors. This destination for local and out-of-town outdoor enthusiasts features:
- Treehouse Village
- A new, 12-mile singletrack mountain bike trail and skills development course
Additionally, Metroparks will be hosting regular public events and programming at Beach Ridge and Treehouse Village to give the community access to this unique location.
Make Your Stay An Experience
Program offerings for treehouse village renters must be booked 6-weeks out for staff scheduling.
Call 419-407-9723 to book your experience or package.
- Tree Climbing: Facilitated tree climb at the Treehouse Village Climbing Tree.
- Mountain Biking: Guided 2-3 hour mountain bike adventure on the Beach Ridge Singletrack Trail.
- Maumee Kayaking Adventure: Self-guided paddle based out of the Farnsworth concession with transportation from Treehouse Village to Farnsworth.
- Guided Backpacking/Hiking Adventure: Guided hiking adventure within the Oak Openings Region. Transportation from Treehouse Village to hiking location and return trip provided. Campfire snack upon completing the hike.
- Romance Package: A dozen roses and a box of chocolates.
- Catering Package: Have your event catered, including food, beverages, tableware, and linens.
- Photo Package: 45-minute session at a location of your choice.
The Treehouse Village is in large part a result of the generous support of the local community through the Metroparks Toledo Foundation.
Private contributions made to the Foundation will fund the development of the Treehouse Village. Metroparks financial plan provides for the expected operations costs, which will be covered by revenue from rental fees.
Metroparks Toledo has established a local team of experts to complete the design and construction of the Treehouse Village. The team will help ensure that the community project is completed responsibly and is cost effective.
Where is the Village Located?
3520 Waterville-Swanton Road, Swanton, OH 43558
How old do you have to be to rent a treehouse?
18 years or older.
How long can I stay?
Campers and overnight rental guests may stay 2 consecutive nights.
What is the arrival and departure time for a rental?
Tent platforms: Check-in time - 3 p.m. day of arrival. Check-out time is 12 p.m. day of departure. Treehouses: Check-in time is 3 p.m. day of arrival. Check-out time is 11 a.m. day of departure.
What if I have to cancel my reservation?
If the cancellation notice is received less than 30 days prior to the rental date no refund or exchange credit will be issued. If the notice is received 30 days or more before the rental date, a credit toward a future rental option is available. The credit toward a future rental must be used within one year from the date the credit was issued. Limit of 1 re-schedule per reservation with 30 days or more notice.
In the event of cancellation, refunds are issued as follows:
-If the cancellation notice is received up to 90 days prior to the rental, a refund of 75% will be issued.
-If the cancellation notice is received 60 to 89 days prior to the rental a refund of 50% will be issued.
-If the cancellation notice is received 30 to 59 days prior to the rental, a refund of 25% will be issued.
-If the cancellation notice is received less than 30 days no refund will be issued.
How do I gain access to my rental treehouse?
Renters will be provided with an access code to unlock their treehouse during their stay.
What if I need assistance during my stay?
For non-emergency assistance Metroparks staff can be reached at 419-360-9179 during park hours. In case of emergency during or after park hours, please call 911.
Is there a Fire pit?
The Treehouse Village has a shared Fire pit with wood provided by Metroparks. Please do not bring firewood into the Metroparks. The use of found wood or cutting wood in the Metroparks is prohibited.
What furniture is provided in the Treehouses?
Each treehouse will have a table and chairs on the deck and seating on the screened in porch.
The Dragline 2 person treehouse has a queen size bed and dining table with 2 chairs
The Nest 2 person treehouse has a full bed, 2 chairs and a coffee table
The Hub 4 person treehouse has an ADA bedroom with queen bed, queen bed in loft, a couch and 2 small end tables
The Stable 6 person treehouse has 2 queen beds, a full bed, a couch, 2 chairs and a coffee table
Do the treehouses have grills? Each treehouse has an electric grill on the deck.
What’s in the kitchen?
Each treehouse features an under the counter refrigerator, Kuerig coffee maker, and microwave.
Are the treehouses heated and air conditioned?
All treehouses have electric, heating and air conditioning.
Do I bring my own linens?
Renters will provide their own linens, including bedding and towels.
Where to park?
Parking is located in the Beach Ridge Wheelhouse parking lot, located approximately .25 miles from the Treehouse Village entrance. Guests may drive up to the Treehouse Village drop off supplies, but cars without a handicapped permit may not be parked on the Treehouse Village grounds. Each renter may have 2 vehicles remain overnight.
Where are the restrooms?
The 4 and 6 person treehouses have composting toilets. An ADA accessible portable toilet is located in the Treehouse Village. There are full ADA flush restrooms located at the Beach Ridge Wheelhouse.
Where are the showers?
Showers are located at the Beach Ridge Wheel House.
Where can I get water?
Each treehouse features a small sink for water. You may also want to bring some water for drinking.
Can I bring my pet?
Pets are not permitted in any of the treehouses or camping platforms.
Is smoking permitted?
The Treehouse Village is a smoke-free environment.
Can I have alcohol in my treehouse?
Alcohol is permitted in The Flatwood Commons event space and inside all of the treehouse structures. Alcohol is not permitted in the tent platform and outdoor areas of Treehouse Village.
How many people can stay overnight?
There are two - 2 person treehouses, a 4 person treehouse and a 6 person treehouse. There are two large tent platforms that accommodate 6 people and the smaller platform that accommodates 2 people.
When is quiet time?
Treehouse Village observes designated quiet time of 11 p.m. to 7 a.m. Individuals under the age of 18 must return to their rental location by 10 p.m. unless accompanied by an adult.
Can I tour the Cannaley Treehouse Village?
Yes, public self-guided tours are offered and reservations are required. On the tour you will get a chance to see all 4 treehouses, 2 tent platforms and the grounds. Dress for the weather and wear comfortable shoes. Registration and Masks Required.
Click Here for a list of upcoming public tours.
Please note: All overnight facilities have a 10% hotel tax plus 7.25% sales tax.