Don’t forget to pack your sunscreen – to help fuel wanderlust, Airbnb has rounded up the current top 10 most wishlisted stays in the US1 to help inspire your summer travel plans.

Airbnb recently announced the biggest change to its platform in a decade and with summer fast approaching, travel appetite is continuing to remain high with more than 9 in 10 active Airbnb guests considering traveling this summer. As we continue to enter a new era of flexible travel, Airbnb is providing more inspiration, flexibility and customization for travelers across the country. With 56 categories that organize Airbnb listings based on their style, location, or proximity to a travel activity, travelers have more flexibility than ever in choosing what fits best.

Below are the current most wishlisted stays in the US1 to help inspire your next summer stay:

Crystal Peak Lookout  (Fernwood, ID, United States)— Photo by AirbnbCrystal Peak Lookout  (Fernwood, ID, United States)— Photo by Airbnb
Crystal Peak Lookout (Fernwood, ID, United States)— Photo by Airbnb

To kick the list off at number 10, this deep-forest getaway is an immersive nature experience complete with sunset views from above the treetops. The former fire lookout sits along the tamarack lined slopes of Crystal Peak and provides plenty of great hiking and wildlife viewing opportunities.

Dunlap Hollow A-Frame (Rockbridge, OH, United States)— Photo by Levi KellyDunlap Hollow A-Frame (Rockbridge, OH, United States)— Photo by Levi Kelly
Dunlap Hollow A-Frame (Rockbridge, OH, United States)— Photo by Levi Kelly

Guests are able to enjoy a truly inviting and relaxing atmosphere at this A-frame cabin where the interior and exterior design compliment the natural wonder of Ohio’s Hocking Hills. Be sure to pack your hiking boots to explore the nearby trails and then kick them off to end the day with some hot tub relaxation.

Charming Wood-roof Simple Survival Earthship— Photo by Isaak Yansane
Charming Wood-roof Simple Survival Earthship— Photo by Isaak Yansane

Next on the list at number eight, this Earthship provides a unique off-grid experience and is a great home base for summer stargazing that is out of this world.

Cherry Treesort "Big Nick" (China Grove, NC, United States)— Photo by Trent CherryCherry Treesort "Big Nick" (China Grove, NC, United States)— Photo by Trent Cherry
Cherry Treesort "Big Nick" (China Grove, NC, United States)— Photo by Trent Cherry

Guests can escape to the outdoors at this uniquely designed treehouse stay. With hammocks, an outdoor shower and a fire pit, this stay provides an idyllic backdrop for making summer memories.

Lovely Treehouse in the Woods next to Stream (Hardwick, VT, United States)— Photo by Chris DanieleLovely Treehouse in the Woods next to Stream (Hardwick, VT, United States)— Photo by Chris Daniele
Lovely Treehouse in the Woods next to Stream (Hardwick, VT, United States)— Photo by Chris Daniele

Guests can live among the trees and find summertime solitude with this peaceful and dreamy Vermont treehouse. Fall asleep to the sound of a nearby stream or take some quiet time to catch up on your favorite summer reads.

TreeLoft at BaseCamp (Perryville, MO, United States)— Photo by Waylon & Kaci RichardetTreeLoft at BaseCamp (Perryville, MO, United States)— Photo by Waylon & Kaci Richardet
TreeLoft at BaseCamp (Perryville, MO, United States)— Photo by Waylon & Kaci Richardet

This custom built treehouse lies off the beaten path, nestled into the woods of a 120 acre farm, providing guests with silence, serenity and plenty of natural light. In case you prefer star gazing from the indoors, the house features a skylight with an unobstructed view of the Milky Way. 

Domeland: Off-grid Adobe Dome near Big Bend— Photo by AirbnbDomeland: Off-grid Adobe Dome near Big Bend— Photo by Airbnb
Domeland: Off-grid Adobe Dome near Big Bend— Photo by Airbnb

This solar-powered dome, located just outside of Big Bend National Park, offers incredible sights of the night sky along with stunning, unobstructed views of the sunrise and sunset. Guests can take time to unplug and connect with the desert surroundings from this elegant adobe home.

Unique 'Earthouse' Retreat w/ Spring-Fed Creek (Springfield, MO, United States)— Photo by AirbnbUnique 'Earthouse' Retreat w/ Spring-Fed Creek (Springfield, MO, United States)— Photo by Airbnb
Unique 'Earthouse' Retreat w/ Spring-Fed Creek (Springfield, MO, United States)— Photo by Airbnb

In third place, is a one-of-a-kind stay that blends creative architecture with modern designs; enjoying this Earthouse isn’t hard. 

Architectural Wonder in the Woods (Rhinebeck, NY, United States) — Photo by Iwan BaanArchitectural Wonder in the Woods (Rhinebeck, NY, United States) — Photo by Iwan Baan
Architectural Wonder in the Woods (Rhinebeck, NY, United States) — Photo by Iwan Baan

This stunning home in the Hudson Valley will open your eyes to new spatial concepts with its unmatched architectural creativity. Comfortable, spacious and located just 2 hours from New York City, this stay makes for a dreamy summer escape.

Glass Treehouse ♥︎ Modern Luxe Romantic Getaway (Banner Elk, NC, United States)— Photo by Ashley SchottGlass Treehouse ♥︎ Modern Luxe Romantic Getaway (Banner Elk, NC, United States)— Photo by Ashley Schott
Glass Treehouse ♥︎ Modern Luxe Romantic Getaway (Banner Elk, NC, United States)— Photo by Ashley Schott

Coming in at first place, this treehouse cabin includes a dreamy fireplace where guests can cozy up during a late summer’s night. Located in the heart of North Carolina’s High Country, this peaceful mountain getaway provides incredible hikes and woodland adventures.

1 Most wishlisted Airbnb listings in the United States from May 1-10, 2022

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