We hope you’re excited about the opening of CreekFire Motor Ranch. As for us, we’re super excited too! We can almost smell the marshmallows burning around the fire, see the kiddos playing in the pool, and families gathered at the picnic tables. Is there anything better than camping?
When CreekFire Motor Ranch opens later this year, it will be the premiere camping resort in the South. But, we’re still a few months away, so in the meantime, I suggest you get to know Savannah, the most historic (and best) city in Georgia.
As Savannah residents ourselves here’s 5 things locals love about the city and the surrounding areas:
- Forsyth Park – Everyone who lives in Savannah knows that Forsyth Park is the jewel of our great city. It’s a place to take a leisurely Sunday walk, play a game of touch football or spread out a blanket and have a picnic. Be sure to get your picture in front of the fountain…everyone does it.
- River Street – Look down and you’ll see a cobblestone street that’s more than 200 years old! River Street, which was once lined with cotton warehouses, is now a bustling strip of funky shops, cool restaurants and hidden gems. And, if you don’t grab a praline while walking along River Street, you’re doing it wrong.
- Savannah Bananas – Funny name. Serious fun. The Savannah Bananas are this city’s official baseball team. The team may not play in the big leagues, but what other team has an official beer? Savanah Banana by Service Brewing is available starting May 6!
- Crab Shack on Tybee Island – This legendary outdoor seafood restaurant has one of the best taglines ever: “Where the Elite Eat in their Bare Feet.” If you’re looking for a fancy place to wine and dine, this isn’t it. But, if you want the best Low-Country Boil in the South, then get yourself to the Crab Shack.
- Get some Knowledge – Savannah is like a living history book. Every street and every square has a story to tell…and luckily there are lots of people to tell those stories. Old Savannah Tours and Old Town Trolley are two of the best tour company’s in town. Just hop on one of the buses and you can learn a bit about Savannah’s past.
Keep checking back to CreekFireRV.com for updates on our progress. And, if you have a favorite spot in Savannah, feel free to leave a comment below. Be sure to follow us on Facebook, Pinterest, Twitter, and Instagram too.