Proving you don't have to be a kid to enjoy climbing a tree, it's a treehouse making a name for itself on the list of "The Coolest Airbnbs in Michigan for 2023".

Travel and adventure blog Have Clothes Will Travel set out to find the coolest and most unique Airbnbs across Michigan. From domes to yachts and even tiny houses, these are the places that make your overnights just a little more interesting.

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Making the list is an East Leroy Airbnb bound to make you feel like a kid again. The Outpost is a unique treehouse cabin with all extra amenities for comfort inspired by a Forest Ranger lookout post. From high above you can gaze out over the 65-acre farm from one of the 15 handcrafted windows for miles in each direction.

The space isn't really large, measuring just 14 x14, but it's loaded with all the comforts you need for an awesome adventure. Guests will find a queen-size bed, a comfy chair, a small table with 2 chairs, a buffet cabinet with a bar sink, a small refrigerator for drinks, and a coffee maker. You'll have to rely on the gas grill and firepit for cooking meals.

If you're worried about "roughing it" too much, the Outpost Treehouse offers some needed modern perks such as air conditioning, a furnace, a private bath with a shower, hot and cold running water, and solar power for the interior lights.

Need extra space? If you have a larger group looking for a unique night away, the Outpost Treehouse also has an additional sleeping area with a new "glamping" tent. Think camping with a few extra perks. Guests can enjoy staying in a 12x14 platform tent that has windows on 3 sides, a front door with a screen, and 2 beds.

Rates start at $175 a night to channel your inner child and go back to some simple and very cool fun. To book your park ranger adventure click here. Take a  look at the Outpost Treehouse below.

Ready to Live Like a Forest Ranger? Stay in One of Michigan's Coolest Airbnbs

Ready for a really cool adventure? This unique treehouse cabin on Airbnb comes with all amenities inspired by a forest ranger lookout. Although it may look rustic, it has all the modern amenities--Air conditioning, furnace, private bath with shower, and hot and cold running water. There are even solar-powered interior lights. For larger groups, there is additional sleeping in the very cool "glamping" tent. Check out your next Pure Michigan adventure!

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