Creek Plantation encompasses a fully operation 14,000 acres of Farm and Timberland

Through the years the Morris lands have grown to encompass half a dozen plantations and farms, each with its own history, character, and purpose.
All the plantations are agribusiness operations and include Creek Plantation, purchased on March 2, 1968, by William S. Morris III, of Augusta, Georgia, Creek Plantation for the sole purpose of developing a commercial horse, cattle, and timber operation. It is located 40 miles southeast of Augusta on the Eastern bank of the Savannah River in Barnwell and Allendale counties, South Carolina where gently rolling upland hills give way to the flood plains of the Savannah River. The commercial cattle operation consists of some 2200 run on nearly 14,000 acres.