Tuesday, November 7, 2017

Halloween Party 2017

This years Halloween Party turned out to be a great success despite rain all day till we served the ribs at around 8 pm
Creekwood gave prizes for the best dressed RV's 

Joe and Lori's rig Site#11 which consisted of hand-carved pumpkins, a light show something spooky inside the truck, and something smacked on the hood.


Micheal and Deb's  Site #12 really went all out (you almost had to pay admission) 



Dale's and Paula's Site #15 had a great display, the one and only time we allow things tied to the trees.  




Dan and Tracy Site #9





Site #7 Chanda and Scott


Site #10 Jerry and Marline


Site#16  Bob and Wonda





Site #18 Jon and Olga




Site #11 Joe and Lori at Night 




 Photos of the Party 


 

Oyster for the meet and greet!

























Melissa and I (honey bunny is a "Sandwich"






  


Tuesday, July 25, 2017

Announcing Brand New Web Site and Adult only


Creekwood Resort would like to announce the Launching of our Brand New Website Creekwoodresort.com As of Monday July 17th 2017. We wanted to announce it because many local businesses are featured on our website through pictures or links to their websites.  

We would also like to announce that we are now an adult only RV Resort, Young adults over the age of 13 are welcome., we decided to make it official this year, and for good reason, we have nothing here for kids to do and we have been sending family’s with kids to all the other Campgrounds for years.  After some testing we decided it was time to make it official.

We are still the only RV only park in the area that does not have live-ins or Seasonal campers, and no tent camping.  Our roads are paved and we have level concrete RV sites.  We also have 4 beautiful cabins for 2 to 6 people.
We are across from Ain’t B’s bakery on Hwy 356, this park has been here since 1990 but we bought it in 2004 and we just celebrated 13 years of owning Creekwood on Saturday July 15th 2017. 
Through the years we have noticed that locals all know where Ain’t B’s Bakery is but don’t realize Creekwood RV Park and Cabins is right across the street.   
Not everyone realize’ s that lodging company’s such as ourselves is the beginning of the Vacation planning process and how much money and time we spend bringing tourists to this area.  We tell them the best restaurants, wineries, zip lining, horseback riding excreta.  We don’t get anything out of promoting all of your businesses except happy customers.  And it goes both ways, if you did not do what you do no one would want to come to this area in the first place.   So we would just like to thank everyone and let everyone know that we are out here 3.8 miles past Unicoi State park and hope you will stop by and see what we have to offer and how we can work together to keep the tourists coming back.

Thank you for your time, 

Sunday, June 11, 2017

We received this email and would like to share on how our customers feel about staying with us at Creekwood. This is reason we love our life style and work. Thank you


 Hello Melissa and Robert,
We just arrived home after a fantastic camping trip at Creekwood!!!  What a great place.  It was our first camping trip in Helen and the first camping trip at all for my sister and brother-in-law.   The week went way too fast.
We were so impressed with our campsite and the showers were so nice and clean.  It was fun sitting out at night listening to the beautiful birds.
The campground is in great vicinity to Helen and other attractions You two are perfect hosts.  Stephen enjoyed working a little with Robert.
Thank you and we look forward to staying at Creekwood again.
God bless,
Linda and Stephen Reed

Tuesday, May 23, 2017


  • I want to share a very nice post on Yelp
  • If you would like to add on Yelp
  • https://www.yelp.com/biz/creekwood-campground-and-cabins-sautee-nacoochee?osq=RV+Parks

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  • Alpharetta, GA
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  •  4 reviews
5.0 star rating
5/20/2017
  • First to Review
When I first called and told the owners Melissa and Robert I was a newbie at RVing and really didn't know what I was doing, I never could have expected what they would do in response. We arrived at Creekwood Campground and Cabins and there they were awaiting us with a warm and friendly greeting. And then they took over! Melissa guided us safely into our parking spot, while Robert helped me disconnect my motorcycle trailer and take my motorcycle off the trailer and park it safely. Then Robert helped me push my trailer next to the RV. Melissa helped us arrange our RV so that the slide outs wouldn't hit any of the hookups (I would not have known to do this and would surely have torn something up). Then Robert got busy instructing/teaching and taking me through every step and safety procedure to properly hook up sewer, electric, water and cable. Then Robert filled my hot water tank (I had no idea this had to be done) and showed me how to turn on my hot water heater. The electric side didn't work so he began troubleshooting and eventually turned on my LP gas side and got the hot water working. He told me I would probably have to get an electronic board to get the electrical side working but no worries, we had hot water for our stay. Then Robert programmed our televisions to receive cable and set us up for the night ( JUST LIKE THAT ) and all of this he and Melissa did at 10pm two hours after the park had closed and one hour past their bed time (we had some problems and arrived there late, but we kept calling and they said keep coming).

The next two days Robert and Melissa checked on our well-being multiple times, recommended places for us to eat and gave us an exclusive tour of their lovely campground and EXQUISITE cabins! They've owned their campground for 13 years and if you don't have an RV or you have more folks than your RV can accommodate their cabins are so beautiful they make you gasp when you see them.

When my flushing valve failed on my toilet Robert was right there to help me try to fix it. He brought me some o-rings and even though we didn't get the leak totally fixed we got it down to a few drips and Melissa got us a bowl to collect the water. I'M SO IN LOVE WITH THESE TWO PEOPLE!!!!

I can only say that Robert and Melissa went above and beyond the call of duty (Robert is an former Navy Electronics Technician veteran) and extended to us a helping hand that we could never have even thought to ask for.  They were a blessing to Tamara and I. I am now confident and knowledgeable about how to hook up my RV at any campsite as Robert gave me such a thorough education!

The campsite is beautiful with modern hookups, cable, wifi, WELL WATER, sewage and 50 amp shore power. They are conscientious, hands-on owners with a keen eye towards customer service and satisfaction. Their customers will always be repeat customers and in my experience I would like to say not only were they great landlords but they have also become good friends.

John E. Bunch II
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Sunday, August 3, 2014

The Qualla Country Trout Tournament

The Qualla Country Trout Tournament


Friday, September 5 to Sunday, September 7



It’s not too late to take home the summer’s biggest trout. And biggest purse. Your $11 entry fee lets you compete for your share of $20,000 in the pristine, freestone streams of Cherokee (excluding the 2.2 miles of catch-and-release waters). For those unfamiliar with tagged tourneys, you’ll discover the waters stocked with fish tagged with different colors. Just catch and redeem them for cash up to $500. Prize redemption for tagged fish will be at the Water Beetle Stage, a pavilion next to the Cherokee Welcome Center on US 441. Open to all ages and for all legal fishing methods. Register to redeem cash prizes anywhere fishing licenses are sold

Friday, August 1, 2014

TNGA cyclists on Saturday August 23, 2014

Although I do not Mountain Bike, (even though I should)

Thought this would be of interest

The TNGA (Trans North GeorgiA) is a 350 mile mountain bike route through the mountains of North Georgia on trails, forest roads and paved roads featuring challenging terrain, beautiful scenery and over 56000 feet of climbing.