Stay in a treehouse, a trolley car, and more!

What's the first thing you think of when you hear the words "Colorado" and "vacation rentals?" Probably a quiet, scenic mountain cabin nestled in the Rockies, or a cute little bed and breakfast tucked in a small Colorado town, right? Well, what if we told you that you can have a completely different type of vacation rental? One that's more, shall we say, unique. Here are four quirky Airbnb rentals in Colorado. Enjoy your stay!

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A Tie-Dye House

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Prepare for color overload! This Victorian-era home may have been built in the 1880s, but it is reminiscent of the Hippie-era in the 1960s and 1970s. It's painted in Rastafarian green, red and yellow, and has tie-dye colored decor and furniture. The tie-dye home is the perfect place to unwind and feel the rhythm.

Location: Leadville, Colorado
Price: $59/night
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A Treehouse

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Feel like a kid again in this world-famous treehouse. The Rocky Mountain Treehouse sits 25 feet off the ground and is attached to four 100-foot spruce trees. Take the winding staircase to the front door of the huge treehouse, which has two balconies that afford you breathtaking views of the Colorado wilderness.

Location: Carbondale, Colorado
Price: $309/night
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Trolly Car Tiny Home

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Located in Lyons, Colorado, the trolley car is located on 50 acres of land and you'll be nice and cozy in this cute, eccentric tiny home.

Location: Lyons, Colorado
Price: $102/night
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A Moose Haven Cabin

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Location: Walden, Colorado
Price: $102/night
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If you're looking to get off-the-grid, look no further than Moose Haven. You'll truly feel alone in the remote Airbnb, if that's what you so desire.

Any other fun Airbnbs in Colorado that we should check out? Share them with us in the comments below.