why yoga?

February 27, 2015

At Brunswick Forest, there are plenty of ways to stay fit and active! We offer a wide variety of classes at our Fitness and Wellness Center, including regular yoga classes. Yoga is an ancient practice that began as a way to teach meditation, but, in present day, yoga is used for exercise as much as for relaxation and reflection. Yoga has also been shown to have a number of benefits… [Read More…]


introducing liberty homes

February 24, 2015

Brunswick Forest has added a builder to our team of quality builders! We are proud to welcome Liberty Homes to our community. This award-winning builder has been in business for more than 15 years and has built a reputation for excellence. AN AWARD-WINNING BUILDER Liberty Homes has won several National Association of Home Builders Gold and Silver Awards. Their fine craftsmanship is evident in every detail of their stick-built homes… [Read More…]

bald head island, north carolina: a day trip worth taking

February 22, 2015

Unique and beautiful, Bald Head Island is one of Southeastern North Carolina’s gems and is worth the visit from Brunswick Forest. The community’s convenient location is just a short drive away from Southport, North Carolina and the Bald Head Island Ferry, making the island the perfect destination for your next day trip. LEAVE YOUR CAR BEHIND CCBY, author Tim Engleman There are many things that make Bald Head Island… [Read More…]


bessie burger opens at the villages at brunswick forest

February 21, 2015

HAND-MADE BURGERS AND OTHER SPECIALTIES Bessie Burger is now open at The Villages at Brunswick Forest! The restaurant is the second location for the Clinton-based chain who specializes in hand-pattied certified Angus beef burgers. The restaurant’s signature burger, the “Bessie Burger” consists of a beef patty with mustard, chili, coleslaw, American cheese and onions. Bessie Burger also offers milkshakes, hot dogs, hand-cut fries, onion rings and buns that are baked… [Read More…]

Nature boardwalk

the health benefits of walking

February 17, 2015

February is American Heart Month and one of the best ways you can take care of your heart is to start walking 30 minutes each day. According to the American Heart Association, studies have shown that moderate physical activity like walking can reduce the risk of coronary heart disease, improve blood pressure and lower blood sugar levels. BENEFITS BEYOND HEART HEALTH Walking 30 minutes a day can also help you… [Read More…]