Stand-up Paddleboarding – Relax, Compete or Spectate

April 19, 2019

The coastal environment, Southeastern North Carolina provides a perfect backdrop for all kinds of water-based activities. With longer than average summers, this is the perfect climate to get out on the water. Paddle boarding is a not only a unique way of traversing local waterways, but it’s a great way to stay active. Brunswick Forest is its own little oasis of fun when it comes to paddling activities. Amenities such… [Read More…]

A Masters Delicacy – With Chef Scott

April 17, 2019

Chef Scott Euvrard, head chef of The Forest Restaurant at Cape Fear National, is known for offering exquisite meals in an elegant environment. Open seven days a week it’s the perfect place to dine and entertain at Brunswick Forest. Chef Scott takes time to share his latest recipe ideas inspired by the biggest golf event of the month, The Masters Tournament. Tee up for some Golf Gastronomy and learn about… [Read More…]

Writers of the Forest

April 15, 2019

Brunswick Forest encourages residents to enjoy life with a variety of social outlets. There are many resident-sponsored groups and clubs where residents with common interests commune and share their passions. One such group is the Writers of the Forest, which has forged an undeniable creative impact for residents in our community. In 2016, Lorraine Gillmore moved to Brunswick Forest from New England. She loved to write, more than anything, and… [Read More…]

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Walking, Biking, Trailblazing

April 12, 2019

  Finding a place to stretch your legs at Brunswick Forest is a simple matter, because we offer our residents over 100 miles of dedicated walking and biking trails to enjoy. These trails are great for leading an active lifestyle, and also provide residents with easy access to other parts of our community. While many workout routines can be done at our 18,000 square-foot Fitness and Wellness Center, you also… [Read More…]

The Annual Azalea Fest – A Tradition That Gives Back

April 3, 2019

Every year in April, as Spring brings many Southern gardens to life, the North Carolina Azalea Festival is in the forefront of everyone’s minds. Brunswick Forest knows all too well how important this event is to our local area. However, there’s more to this tradition than just the festivities. Beneath the glamour and garden parties, there’s a tradition of giving back through charity and education. One of the best ways… [Read More…]