After flying high through the trees on the world’s longest and largest zipline, continue your adventure in Swiss Family Robinson style by spending the night in a decked-out treehouse at Historic Banning Mills.
This 1,500-acre property 45 minutes west of Atlanta now offers accommodations in seven treehouses, including two two-story ones perfect for families. The 70-foot high homes are accessible only by rope or bridges and include a king bed, fireplace, bathroom and covered back deck overlooking Snake Creek Gorge.
Rates start at $209, which includes breakfast. For more quirky places to stay, visit the Girl on the Go blog.
– Jan Schroder, @GirlontheGoJan