Welcome to Creekside Lodging, Rentals and Campground -- your home away from home.
We are located in the small fishing Village of South Creek where quiet, serene, beautiful surroundings are the norm!
South Creek is located in the eastern part of North Carolina known as the Inner Banks, in the county of Beaufort and near the town of Aurora, less than 8 miles and 10 minutes away. Aurora meets most of the village's needs with a medical center, the best EMS station in the county, 2 restaurants, 2 gas stations, bank, post office, numerous churches, Dollar General, Family Dollar and the Aurora Fossil Museum. Aurora is home to one of the largest phosphate mines in the world which is the largest employer in the county. Walmart and Food Lion are only 25 minutes away in the town of Grantsboro. Crabbing, fishing and shrimping are still a means of making a living for some of the locals.
Nearby are several hunting clubs, two state maintained public boat ramps, Goose Creek Gamelands and a US Coast Guard Station. In only a few minutes, by boat one can be at the mouth of the Pamlico River and Pamlico Sound (Intercoastal Waterway).
In the little fishing village of South Creek, for centuries sportsmen have hunted deer, bear and water fowl (ducks and geese) as a food source. Today, sportsmen come to this area from all over the United States to do these same things for recreation! Our village and surrounding areas are truly a sportsman's and fisherman's haven!
Spend a day at the ocean, only 1.5 hours away. New Bern, the state’s third oldest town is only
45 minutes away. Washington, the county seat of Beaufort, is just 40 minutes away. Both towns have much to see and do and each have full service hospitals.
Just an hour away are the cities of Greenville
and Bath. Greenville is the home of East Carolina University and the award winning Vidant Hospital. Bath, the oldest town in North Carolina, features beautiful historical homes and exhibits. Getting to Bath from South Creek is a real treat -- a free auto ferry crossing displaying the grandeur of the Pamlico River. Be sure to look for Indian Island and take some cold, stale biscuits to feed the multitude of seagulls that follow behind the ferry.
We offer an abundance of peace, tranquility and magnificent wooded and water scenery. Plus, you get to enjoy life in a safe place where wildlife and nature abound! Come see for yourself –-
we’re proud of our heritage and love sharing our natural bounty with likeminded folks.