CreekFire Motor Ranch is a family-owned, 105-acre RV and campsite destination located off of Interstate 95 in Savannah, Georgia. Opening in Winter 2016-2017, it will feature fully paved roads, 24-hour gated grounds, concierge services with late check-in, 150 oversized RV sites with level concrete bases that average a minimum of 35’ by 75’, and a wide assortment of amenities. Each site will offer f...ull hookups, including: 30, 50-amp power, TV access, and city and water sewer. Free Wi-Fi will be available throughout the campground.
1/2 Mile west of I-95 at exit 94
CreekFire Resort Rules and Regulations
All guests will adhere to the Rules as herein set forth or the Rules as amended and will abide by all applicable federal, state, or local laws and regulations relating to CreekFire Motor Ranch. Any guest who fails to adhere to the Rules may be asked to leave the Resort at the sole discretion of CreekFire. Becoming a guest of CreekFire Motor Ranch constitutes the affirmative consent of each guest to the jurisdiction of the laws and regulating bodies.
General Rules of CreekFire Motor Ranch
· Please be courteous to your neighbors and our staff. If you arrive late or early in the morning (see late check-in policy), please keep noise to a minimum. Office hours are 8:00 AM – 9:00 PM, 7 days a week.
· Please be a responsible pet owner. Pick up after your pet and be aware of your pet. All pets must be kept on a leash and there is a limit of 3 pets per site.
· No pets inside the pool area, Lakehouse, Bathhouses and laundry area.
· Always keep children supervised. Children under 16 who do not have a driver’s license are not allowed to operate a golf cart or vehicle inside the resort.
· Our quiet hours are 10PM – 8AM. Please be respectful of these hours and be courteous of other guests who are sleeping.
· The pool hours are 8AM – 9PM. This includes the main pool, kids pool and hot tub.
· The speed limit for the resort is 10 MPH. Please do not speed through the park.
· No RV or vehicle repairs, maintenance or fluid changes are allowed in the park. Structures external to the RV and not an integral part of the RV are not allowed including but not limited to storage sheds, work benches, fences and steps.
· We are NOT responsible for lost or stolen personal property. Please lock your camper or cabin when leaving it. If something is lost we will attempt to help you locate it. The park takes no liability for vandalism, loss or other damages to property and/or injury to persons arising out of use of the facilities or caused by others while on the premises. Use of all facilities is at your own risk. Park guests are financially responsible for any malicious damage to CreekFire’s property. Willful damage or defacing park property will be cause for immediate expulsion from the park and prosecution.
· We can accept packages (UPS, USPS, FedEx, etc. for your convenience. Please have our address, with a C/O your name and site or cabin number.
· Alcohol is permitted in our resort, with a few minor considerations. When in the common areas, please use plastic or Styrofoam only. No glass is permitted in pool area. All guests are expected to drink responsibly and exhibit good personal behavior. Unruly conduct will not be tolerated and may result in removal from the resort without refund. Please do not bring outside alcohol into the bar/restaurant area, instead you may purchase alcohol at the bar and take it “to go”.
· We are in an area with lots of wildlife around us. Please do not feed any wild animals you see, and do not approach them. If there is the threat of danger, alert any staff member you may see or call the front desk immediately.
RV Site Appearance
· Please keep site clean. No trash, paper, or pet waste laying around your site. Please dispose of cigarette butts in a proper container or ashtray, no throwing of lit cigarettes or cigars.
· No clothing lines or clothes hanging out to dry.
· Only 2 vehicles in addition to the RV are allowed per site. There will be extra parking located around the resort, but we do not guarantee space for extra vehicles.
· When using the fire ring at your cabin, please be aware of it and make sure that it is supervised. CreekFire is not responsible for any damage caused.
· When connecting your RV to the sewer line, we require that you use a sewer donut for the connection. We have them available for purchase in the General Store. Do not pour grease down the sewer line. Wastewater must be discharged into authorized receptacles only and never onto the ground.
· Please place any trash from your site in the can provided and daily pick-up is at 10AM. Do not put trash out the night before as the natural environment of the grounds tends to attract unwanted animals. If you miss trash pick-up or have trash at other times, there is a dumpster for your convenience located by the maintenance building.
CreekFire Motor Ranch Cabin Policies
· Check-in for cabins is 2PM and check-out is 11AM. If you require early check-in or would like to request late check-out, please ask the front desk and we will work to accommodate your request.
· When making a reservation, a valid credit card is required to be kept on file as a security deposit. We accept Visa, Discover, MasterCard, and AMEX.
· The maximum number of guests per cabin is set and limited. Over-occupancy of any cabin is subject to a charge of $100 per person, per day, over the listed set maximum occupancy. Guests are welcome to have up to 4 (four) “day guests” per cabin, per day. Guests must come to the front desk in the clubhouse to check-in with the front desk staff and obtain an armband. The charge for “day guests” is $25 per person, per day.
· Your linens and towels are provided in your cabin for your convenience. We do not offer complimentary daily maid service. If you would like maid service, with fresh linens and towels, the charge is $25 per person, per day. You are welcome to call or come up to the front desk to request new towels whenever you need.
· We will provide pool towels for you to use at the pool.
· Please do not take any of the appliances provided in the cabins. If you do, there will be an additional charge. Damages to the cabin will be assessed and charged to your account. There is no smoking inside the cabins. If there has been smoking in the cabins, we will charge a $250 fee.
Creek Fire Motor Ranch Amenities
· We provide set parking areas for golf carts and cars for you to use. Please do not park on the grass or in the streets.
· The pools, including hot tubs and kids’ pools, are not monitored by a lifeguard. Please swim and enjoy at your own risk. All children under the age of 14 MUST be supervised when using the pools and the amenities. All our amenities are seasonal. Our pool hours can change due to season and are subject to closure for: inclement weather, cold temperatures, injuries, etc. There are rules posted in all pool areas.
· At each RV site and cabin there is a grill and fire ring for your use. Please use caution when using the grill and do not move the grill from its allocated space.
· The laundry and bathhouse facilities are open 24/7.
· We have many supplies including ice, propane refills, food, clothing, and RV supplies you may purchase from our General Store. Please come to the Clubhouse or call the front desk for a list of items that can be purchased.
· To utilize the tennis/pickle ball/basketball court, you must sign up for your desired play time at the Front Desk. We also have golf carts, kayaks, canoes, and Jon boats for fishing available to rent by the hour or by the half-day. Please come by or call the front desk for more information.
Club Back in Gravel- $52
Club Pull Through Gravel- $54
Club Pull Through Concrete- $62
Lake Back in Concrete- $68
Lake Pull Through Concrete- $70
Things to do in Savannah Georgia
A major tourist destination in the U.S., Savannah, is a historic city full of things to do. Our downtown area offers boutique shopping, quaint gift shops, plenty of fantastic restuarants and fun, lively bars. The main areas of downtown are River Street, which borders the Savannah River, and City Market. There are bars, restaurants, historic inns and shops that line the approximate mile of cobblestone River Street. Coming south a couple blocks, you will come to a City Market. This former city marketplace has been transformed into an open-air area, perfect for grabbing a drink and sitting and listening to the live music that is played many days a week. City Market aso has beautiful art gallaries and food shops that you can peruse during your visit.
Keeping south more, you will stroll through the mistly residential area of downtown Savannah. You will notice that Savannah is divided up into park-like squares. These 22 squares each have their unique history and story, with monuments and beautiful greenery. In this part of town there are art museums, such as the Telfair Academy of Arts and Sciences, the Jepson Center for Modern Art and Juliette Gordon Low house (who was the founder of the Girl Scouts). There are also many old, historic houses of worship in downtown. The First African Baptist Church is one of the oldest African American Baptist congregations in the U.S. and Temple Mickve Israel is the 3rd oldest synagogue in America. The south end of the Savannah historic Downtown District is Forsyth Park, a 30 acre city park that contains walking paths, a café, childrens playing areas, tennis and basketball courts, and a large, iron fountain that was modeled after the Place de la Concorde in Paris. Every year for St. Patrick’s Day, the fountain is dyed green in celebration of Savannah’s deep Irish heritage.
On the subject of St. Patrick’s Day, which is the 2nd largest celebration in the world, after New York City, Savannah has many festivals and events year-round. The largest is the St. Patrick’s Day, which if held on a weekend, can bring almost a million people to the city for the festivities. It is tons of fun with lots of green beer and green hair.
If you are interested in the beach and sunshine, look no further than our own Tybee Island Beach. Located a scenic 18 miles east of downtown Savannah (about half an hour), Tybee Island can seem a world away from the hustle and bustle of the city life. Small, quaint beach shops, ice cream parlors and cute beach bed and breakfasts line the streets of Tybee, where “Tybee time” seems to just move a bit slower than the rest of the world. Grab a drink (yes, they have to-go drinks at the beach also!) and head out and stick your toes in the sand and enjoy the sunshine. Tybee also has some fabulous seafood restaurants sprinkled all over the island, just ask a local their favorite place. If you’re looking for activities to do at the beach, climb to the top of the Tybee Island lighthouse and take in the panoramic views, or go on a dolphin tour! Tybee Island hosts its own collection of events every month with parades and celebrations. There’s fishing, bike riding (the best way to get around), shark tooth collecting, and so much more! Look on www.visittybee.com for the complete list of events.
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