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Creekside Resort
Escape And Relax In Monroe County



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Robert and Natalie Sandell came to Monroe County in 1972 looking for a quiet, rural community in which to live a simple country life. This farm along Indian Creek was exactly what they had imagined as the kind of place they wished to raise their family and live a life close to the land. They sold their large home in southern New Jersey, sold a thriving Chiropractic practice, and moved with their first four children to the Creekside valley. They were one of the first of couples in a new suburban exodus to the country during the 1970s and their unconventional choice, with that of other contemporaries, was documented in periodicals including The Washington Post and National Geographic. Now, after twenty years as Creekside Resort, the Sandell family is happy to still share with you the beauty and healing tranquility that are part of the Creekside valley.
Creekside continues to be a place where the basics of life are important. The clean air and water are valued, and the natural beauty and abundant wildlife of the area. The Sandells strive to preserve this natural peace and facilitate harmony between man and nature. They wish to offer guests a place to enjoy this natural bounty, while carefully protecting it through their practices.

Creekside Resort And Spa

Creekside Resort Person Interviewed: Kelley Sills
Title: Managing Director
Location: Monroe County, West Virginia
Address: Route 122 P.O. Box 111 Greenville, WV 24945
Phone: 800 691-6420
Website: www.creeksideresort.net
EMail: info@creeksideresort.net



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