Creekfire RV Ranch is a large new park that is expanding.
The sites are nicely spaced with young shrubs between sites. They have pull thru and back-in, some concrete and some gravel level sites. The sites are long and connections are convenient. The back-in sites are along the outside with swamp/heavy forest behind them.
The bugs were bad in late May in our back-in site. There is a large lake where you can fish and kayak or just watch the alligators… but DO NOT FEED THEM!
They have a nice pool and a kids pool, hot tub, and a covered pavilion with tables, TV, pool, darts, foose-ball and corn hole. There is also Boncee ball, tennis court and basketball hoop. They rent golf carts and kayaks. Showers are individual bathrooms which were nice, but not too plentiful and a walk away from the 2 Tent sites at the edge of the lake.
The laundry room has 6 sets of machines in a small room and some of the front-loading washers smelled bad and had stuff on/under the seal. I was in there alone, but more than 2 people and it would have been very crowded. Hopefully as they expand they will plan more showers and another laundry.
We were in the very back of the park (105) and WiFi was VERY MARGINAL, even with a repeater 1 site away. I heard it was good enough for streaming closer to office, but I didn’t try it anywhere but our site.
There is a restaurant onsite, and friends who stayed here before us said it was really good, but the night we went it was HORRIBLE!! My Cuban sandwich had no mustard or pickle, pulled pork nachos were cold in the middle, chicken Caesar salad had no anchovies, no croutons, and they asked what kind of dressing she wanted. Blue cheese burger was so salty it was inedible. AND it took 1.5 hours to get this awful food! We complained, but we’re not offered any discount or incentive to try it again – just excuses.
Historic Savannah is an easy drive away, and if we come back to the area, we would stay here again.