Prime Positioning in the Coastal South
If the three most important components of real estate development are location, location, location, it’s easy to see why Brunswick Forest is such a tremendous success.
Located about equal distance between New York City and central Florida, the Wilmington, North Carolina area occupies a prime coastal South location. Just 10 minutes from the entrance of Brunswick Forest, you’ll find downtown Wilmington’s historic district, with its boutique shops, fabulous restaurants, and exquisite cultural offerings. Our Coastal Discovery Package offers you the chance to explore the historic downtown scene from a horse drawn carriage tour of the riverside city. You’ll explore the history of the city as your costumed driver narrates your adventure along the riverfront and past the stately mansions of historic Wilmington.
Nearby coastal towns offer sandy, family-friendly beaches, while Myrtle Beach, SC, is famous for its golf courses, nightlife, outlet shopping and variety show entertainment. Conveniently, North Carolina’s renowned Triangle area (Raleigh, Durham and Chapel Hill) is only a couple of hours west, just beyond the I-40 and I-95 corridors.
Additionally, the gentle ways and temperate climate of this location make Brunswick Forest the ideal place to live. We hope you’ll visit soon and experience it for yourself.
Cape Fear Beaches
Unwind Along the Beaches of the Cape Fear Coast
Southeastern North Carolina’s Cape Fear beaches are some of the finest on the East Coast and are only a 30-minute drive from Brunswick Forest. The nearby island communities of Carolina Beach, Kure Beach, Wrightsville Beach and Oak Island all have their own unique atmosphere and attractions.
The region’s mild sub-tropical climate and stunning natural environment make the Cape Fear beaches an ideal place to enjoy a wide range of recreational activities, from waterskiing, parasailing, surfing and swimming, to windsurfing, scuba diving, tennis, and golf.
Centuries-old shipwrecks off the Cape Fear Coast provide a veritable haven for scuba divers, while anglers are lured by diverse inshore and offshore fishing opportunities along the ocean, rivers, lakes, and creeks.
Boaters have their choice of more than 25 marinas located along the Intracoastal Waterway and Cape Fear River. A number of local outfitters also offer instruction and gear for kayaking, canoeing, and sailing, as well as nature tours and narrated cruises. When you stay on our Coastal Discovery Package you can choose to take a scenic 50-minute narrated eco-history cruise with Wilmington Water Tours on the 46′ Catamaran featuring views of unspoiled nature and a variety of wildlife.
Landlubbers, too, get in on the action with the likes of tennis, pickleball and golf. Ranked 8th Best Metro Golfing Area in the country for value, accessibility and quality by Golf Digest, the greater Wilmington area boasts nearly 50 public courses designed by some of the most recognized names in golf—including Cape Fear National®, conveniently located with Brunswick Forest. Whether you’re a scratch golfer or a beginner, you’ll love the variety of layouts and landscapes, from brilliant coastal links to sprawling wooded plantation courses. If you are looking for a new adventure, try your hand at Pickleball. It’s the fastest growing sport in the country and Brunswick Forest offers 10 outdoor courts and easy access to a world-class indoor pickleball facility, the House of Pickleball. located adjacent to the Villages at Brunswick Forest.