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If you haven’t had an opportunity to visit the Great Smoky Mountains, then you should definitely put it on your bucket list. It doesn’t matter what time of year you visit, there is something that will excite the senses. Hiking, exploring, watching wildlife, sitting by a waterfall, watching the changing of the leaves or enjoying the fireflies are just some of the options.

If that isn’t enough to get you to the Smoky Mountains, then the luxury treehouse resort being built in Gatlinburg will certainly do so. Pete Nelson, a well-known treehouse builder and host of “Treehouse Masters” on Animal Planet is behind the project. It is set to open in spring as the Treehouse Grove at Norton Creek.

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The Gatlinburg resort will eventually have luxury treehouses available. Each of them is unique and will include amenities like a resort, according to their website.

The treehouses will be near a creek and they are being built with decks, lofts, and screened-in porches.

Similar treehouse resorts were built by Nelson across the United States, including Treehouse Point. You can find it in Fall City, Washington, just outside of Seattle. There are six unique treehouses in that location and the price starts at $325 daily.

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If you really love treehouses, you can travel to Texas Hill Country to enjoy the $475 daily Treehouse Utopia.

There is also another luxurious and rustic treehouse spa and resort being planned in Redmond, Washington. You will be able to enjoy facials, manicures, pedicures, and massages.

I’d say it’s time to start planning your next trip.