It's hard to get more secluded than a cabin in the woods — unless, of course, that cabin is actually a treehouse, and that treehouse is only accessible via canoe. That's the setup with these Edisto River Treehouses. Hidden away from all other signs of life, each rustic treehouse is tucked away on the river's edge but out of view of any other visitors, constructed from natural, mainly local materials, and features an outdoor grill and dining deck, a well-ventilated sleeping area, cooking utensils, and futons. Throughout your stay, you have access to 160 acres of private wildlife refuge, as well as the canoeing gear you used to paddle in. Just be sure to check the weather — those included tiki torches and oil candles aren't going to provide much warmth.