On Tee It Up Grand Strand we like to provide information about our member golf courses and what they have to offer our golfers. As much as Cape Fear National might be a fantastic golf course that we love talking about, it is located in an amazing community in the Southeastern part of North Carolina. Today we take a minute to look at the community that helps make Cape Fear National such a special place to play golf, Brunswick Forest.
Brunswick Forest community borders Town Creek, which flows to the Cape Fear River and the Atlantic Ocean beyond. The coastal lifestyle is relaxed and relaxing. They like to say it stirrs the senses and feeds the soul. It has marshes surrounded by moss covered trees and amazing foliage, The foundation of Brunswick Forest is an emphasis on natural beauty. Miles of walking and biking trails wind through areas dense with trees and over creeks allowing residents the opportunity to enjoy their natural surroundings, There are also small parks and common areas sprinkled through the area providing relaxing environment for picnics and social gatherings or just a quiet space to relax and enjoy the surroundings.
“Coastal By Nature” is a theme that Brunswick Forest likes to use to describe the vibe of the area. By its very nature, this first rate community is neighborly, active and comfortable. It is inclusive, warm, adventurous, inviting, sophisticated and casual all at the same time. An environmentally sensitive master-planned community carefully sited around lush woods, Brunswick Forest is a 4,500-acre retreat where a variety of charming neighborhoods and amazing amenities are connected by sidewalks and trails, making it easy for neighbors to connect to everything, and to each other.
The Villages of Brunswick Forest is a wonderful commercial town center located just at the community’s entrance. It is fantastically convenient for residents. It provides them with easy and immediate access to important services such as medical care, banking and a pharmacy, plus a host of shops, restaurants and offices. And remember, all of this is just 30 minutes away from historic downtown Wilmington. What a great place to live and play.
With all that Brunswick Forest has to offer it is no wonder Cape Fear National is the golf course that it is. A facility that is open and welcoming to the public but provides the setting and the feel of a high end private club with the staff and amenities to go with it. Make sure to visit the website for more information or to make a tee time at www.capefearnationalgolf.com.