Brunswick Forest is a private, planned community situated in the small town of Leland just south of Wilmington, North Carolina. With a population of just over 20,000, the town is big enough to remind you that you have neighbors, but small enough to expect to see people you know at the store. It’s thirty minutes from the coast, and the few miles of river, land, and forest in between allows space for nature…and plenty of back yard.
Coastal.There are five beautiful beaches within 45 minutes of Brunswick Forest gates including Wrightsville Beach, Pleasure Island (Carolina Beach, Kure Beach and Fort Fisher), Southport/Oak Island, Sunset Beach and Holden Beach. And, creeks and river that leads to the Atlantic allows for adventures on the water less than a mile from home.
Given the community’s location, residents of Brunswick Forest and their homes have been largely unaffected by hurricanes and tropical storms through the years.
By Nature. Numerous parks, over 100 miles of paved hiking and biking trails, nearby Brunswick Nature Park, and a creek that runs through it all makes Brunswick Forest a nature lover’s paradise. The trails and community common areas were built to encourage people to immerse themselves in nature. When walking back to the dog park behind the Meadow Park neighborhood, it’s easy to forget that you’re walking through a master-planned community.
The Good Life. At Brunswick Forest, luxury and nature are interwoven to create the ideal lifestyle that people seek. The Cape Fear National golf course, designed by architectTim Cate, combines the two seamlessly. The course is as dramatic as the landscape itself. CFN is a semi-public course, making Brunswick Forest a community with a golf course rather than a golf course community, eliminating dues and the like.
Other amenities include two outdoor pools, one indoor pool, one satellite fitness center, pickleball and tennis courts, and an 18,000 square foot Fitness and Wellness Center. And, The Villages at Brunswick Forest has all shopping and lunch and dining needs covered.
The best way to get a feel for Brunswick Forest is to experience it for yourself. So, give us a call and we’ll give you the grand tour. It’s a day trip we’re always happy to take.