Treehouse Grove Announces 8 New, Large Treehouses in the Smoky Mountains

Treehouse Grove has 8 brand-new, family and pet friendly treehouses with all new amenities coming March 1.

Online PR News – 10-February-2022 – Gatlinburg, Tenn. – Hidden among the Smoky Mountains lies Treehouse Grove, a place where all your childhood dreams come true. Nestled in the trees are cabin-like, luxury treehouses
that are perfect for a getaway. These treehouses are the perfect opportunity to relax, reconnect and recharge.

In collaboration with Pete Nelson, “The Treehouse Master,” Treehouse Grove has created eight, new treehouses like you have never seen before. Ranging from two to four bedrooms, Treehouse Grove’s new treehouses are built for reconnecting with loved ones. With larger layouts, pet and kid friendly options and more amenities, these treehouses are something you do not want to miss.

“We are very excited to announce the opening of eight new, family-friendly treehouses which are made possible because of our partnership with talented Pete Nelson, ‘The Treehouse Master,’” says Joseph Ayres, co-owner and developer of Treehouse Grove. “These unique treehouses are perched on the mountain side - featuring gorgeous views of Mt. LeConte and equipped with high-speed internet, kitchens, fire pits and, of course, the 5-star hospitality from Ayres Vacation Rentals.”

Each treehouse has a one-of-a-kind feature. Some examples include the Hickory, which has a personal hot tub for all your relaxation needs, and the Blackjack Oak has a bed that rolls out onto the porch –perfect for sleeping under the stars. Located on the porch of the Cottonwood, you can find an outdoor shower with picturesque views.

All eight of the new treehouses are made for the life of luxury. Every treehouse comes with a stocked kitchenette, a leather sleeper sofa and comfortable outdoor seating. The windows have woven wood blackout shades for those who want to sleep in, and there is heating and air-conditioning units in each treehouse so that you can enjoy your stay at any time of the year. Most importantly, every treehouse has a scenic view of the mountains.

Because of Treehouse Grove’s ideal location, guests can easily enjoy Gatlinburg, Sevierville and Pigeon Forge. Spend the day in Dollywood, Ober Gatlinburg, The Island in Pigeon Forge or Anakeetsa. Enjoy dinner and show at Dolly Parton’s Stampede or Hatfield and McCoy Dinner Feud. Between all the amenities and the local attractions, you will never be bored.

“For most of my life I have held a special reverence for the Great Smoky Mountains of Tennessee,” says Pete Nelson. “This area has incredible hikes that often lead to one of the 2,000 waterfalls, and, as avid hikers, the Nelson's are excited to be a part of such a special project right at the foothills of those stunning mountains. Treehouse Grove, now in its second phase of construction, will continue to allow us to share our passion for the great outdoors with countless others. It is an honor to work with the Ayres family to bring our craft to this magnificent wilderness."

About Treehouse Grove
Treehouse Grove offers luxury treehouses hidden among the trees near the Great Smoky Mountain National Park. Founded by Joe, Carole and Joseph Ayres, Treehouse Grove began as a passion project when the family decided to take their love for real estate and create a mountain treetop getaway like no other. The Ayres family partnered with Pete Nelson, “The Treehouse Master,” who designs and builds all the treehouses. Since launching in May 2020, Treehouse Grove has been recognized as one of the most unique stays in the nation by many publications, such as Business Insider, Southern Living, Simplemost, Wide Open Country, Fox 17 Nashville, The Charlotte Observer, and It’s a Southern Thing, among others and has over 2,000 five-star reviews.

For more information including treehouse reservations, visit You can also find Treehouse Grove on Instagram at @treehouse_grove or on Facebook at Treehouse Grove at Norton Creek.