I don't know about you, but when I was a kid, I always dreamed of having my own treehouse. Now that I'm an adult, I still want to live in one — for a few days. So, I went on the search for treehouses to rent in Quebec, in hopes of living out a childhood dream.\nNarcity may receive a portion of sales if you purchase something from this article, which was created independently by Narcity's editorial team just for you.\nYou've heard of camping. But sleeping in a treehouse sounds like the perfect mix of camping and a bit of glamour, otherwise known as "glamping."\nEditor's Choice: 8 Cheap Airbnbs In Quebec That Are Perfect For A Weekend Getaway\nAnd sleeping in a treehouse definitely takes glamping to a whole new level. Or, should I say to a whole new height.\nWe all know that our beautiful home has trees. Like lots of trees.\nSo you can bet there are lots of fantastic spots to spend a night or two in a treehouse.\nYou don't even have to go all too far. All of the places on this list are within seven hours of Montreal, so you can have a quick trip or a longer road trip.\nSo pack your bags and grab your binoculars because you're about to experience a whole new meaning to "a room with a view."\nCHIMO Refuge Treehouse Resort\nAddress: 348, Montée St-Gabriel, St-Sauveur, QC\nDistance from Montreal: 1 hour and 40 minutes\nView this post on Instagram Cabin #smnfbr #cabin #nature#goodtimes #wood #tree #treehouse A post shared by Simon Faber (@smnfbr) on Jul 17, 2016 at 4:26pm PDT\nCHIMO Refuges Treehouse Resort is located in the breathtaking Laurentians and is the perfect place to go "glamping." The only thing better than a night under the stars, is a night under the stars with your fur baby — Yep, pets are allowed.\nMore info\nAu Diable Vert\nWhere: 169, Chemin Staines, Glen Sutton, QC\nDistance from Montreal: 1 hour and 35 minutes\nView this post on Instagram Au diable VERT 🌲💚🦎 A post shared by Zoé Laverdière 🌸 (@zoelaverdiere) on Jun 13, 2020 at 11:30am PDT\nAu Diable Vert is the place to "unplug yourself and get back to nature." They have gorgeous treehouses for you to sleep at night and some amazing activities to do in the day.\nCabin In The Trees\nAddress: Saint-Jean-de-Matha, QC\nDistance from Montreal: 1 hour and 50 minutes\nAirbnb\nUp in Saint-Jean-de-Matha is this beautiful cabin in the trees with a view that's even more magnificent. Not sure where to take it all in? How about the hot tub on the balcony.\nMore info\nUnique Stay In The Laurentians\nAddress: Amherst, QC\nDistance from Montreal: 2 hours and 30 minutes\nAirbnb\nThis listing is one of the most exciting stays you can have in the Laurentians. It sits 12 feet above the ground, overlooking the serene Lac Cameron and a maple tree forest.\nMore info\nThe Enchanted Chalet\nAddress: Les Toits du Monde, 1777 Chemin des Faucons, Nominingue, QC\nDistance from Montreal: 2 hours and 50 minutes\nLes Toits du Monde\nLess than three hours from Montreal is this quirky treehouse that looks like it's straight out of a storybook. Known as "The Enchanted Chalet," it's a great spot to escape into the magic of the forest.\nMore info\nThe Perched Chalet\nAddress: Les Toits du Monde, 1777 Chemin des Faucons, Nominingue, QC\nDistance from Montreal: 2 hours and 55 minutes\nAirbnb\nThis is the type of treehouse that I've always dreamed of. Complete with a balcony and a bridge.\nAlso from Les Toits du Monde, there are also many opportunities for some amazing activities nearby, such as swimming, fishing and cycling.\nMore info\nTreehouse In Tremblant\nAddress: Saint-Faustin-Lac-Carré, QC\nDistance from Montreal: 2 hours and 5 minutes\nAirbnb\nThis listing is found on a stunning lake in a 2000-acre protected regional park.\nIt is the ultimate place to "get off the grid.".. there isn't any road electricity, so if you're looking for a real camping-meets-glamping experience, this is the place for you.\nMore info\nParc Aventures Cap Jaseux\nAddress: 250, chemin de la Pointe-aux-Pins, C.P. 1058Saint-Fulgence, QC\nDistance from Montreal: 5 hours and 10 minutes\nParc Aventures Cap Jaseux\nParc Aventures Cap Jaseux offers many types of accommodation, including treehouses.\nThe park is found in the region of Saguenay-Lac-Saint-Jean and covers roughly 200 hectares along the north shore of the Saguenay Fjord.\nMore info\nCanopée Lit\nAddress: 303 Chemin de l'Anse de Roche Sacré-Coeur-Saguenay, QC\nDistance from Montreal: 6 hours\nView this post on Instagram Détente au sommet ☀️ 📸@tour2ctrl #Canopeelit #nature #quebec #cabane A post shared by Canopee lit (@canopee.lit.officiel) on Oct 12, 2019 at 1:42pm PDT\nCanopée Lit is one of the farthest destinations on the list, but when you see how beautiful it is, you'll realize it's worth it. Imagine looking up at the stars with that dome above you...\nMore info\nLes Chalets du Trappeur\nAddress: 7014, rue du Trappeur Wentworth-Nord, QC\nDistance from Montreal: 1 hour and 30 minutes\nView this post on Instagram #leschaletsdutrappeur #wenthworthnord #laurentides #laurentidesjetaime #printemps2020 #spring2020 #viedechalet #chalet #cottagelifesub #cottagestyle #raw_country_ #thecountrymagazine #quebecshot #clicquebec #paysagesqc #quebecenphotos #pocket_canada_ #raw_canada A post shared by Ricalin (@chalet_ricalin) on May 31, 2020 at 4:22pm PDT\nYou've heard of a treehouse, but what about a tree mansion. This beautiful accommodation puts the "glam" in "glamping."\nMore info\nCozy Cabin For 4\nAddress: Sacré-Coeur, QC\nDistance from Montreal: 5 hours and 45 minutes\nAirbnb\nThis gorgeous listing is surrounded by amazing greenery, which you can see from the large windows.\nAnd breakfast is delivered to the cabin every morning. Taking B&B to a B&Trees.\nMore info\nRobin's Roost\nAddress: 13740 County Road 2, Morrisburg, ON\nDistance from Montreal: 1 hour and 35 minutes\nSt. Lawrence Parks\nJust on the other side of the Quebec-Ontario border is the Robin's Roost Treehouse in the St. Lawrence Park.\nIt comes with a whole host of amenities, including a canoe, and is in The Upper Canada Migratory Bird Sanctuary, so get ready to see some amazing wildlife.\nMore info\nHave fun in the trees!