If you have never made the trip to Brunswick Nature Park off of NC 133, it's worth the quick drive. There are beautiful hiking trails, biking trails and places to launch a kayak. A great way to get some exercise and enjoy the outdoors!
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Tuesday, March 11, 2014
Brunswick Nature Park last week received a Significant Achievement Award from the Lower Cape Fear Stewardship Development Coalition.
The award recognizes outstanding projects in Brunswick, New Hanover and Pender counties, judged on overall creativity, design and environmental impact with emphasis on water quality protection, green building, wetland riparian preservation/restoration, habitat protection/improvement, vegetation protection/enhancement, natural project amenities and community outreach/education.
The 911-acre Brunswick Nature Park, located off N.C. 133 just north of Town Creek, features walking and biking trails, a solar-powered restroom facility, longleaf pine restoration and cooperative projects with local organizations such as the Southern Off-Road Biking Association and North Carolina Coastal Land Trust. The focus is on preserving and improving the environment with minimal impact on the existing land.
“Brunswick Nature Park is a great partnership between Brunswick County Parks and Recreation, Brunswick County Planning and the Coastal Land Trust,” said Jim Pryor, recreation director. “All three groups are completely focused on stewardship and making this park unique.”
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