Discover the Spirit of Brunswick, Georgia

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April 15, 2019

The Sidney Lanier Bridge at sunset

Enjoy the best of coastal living in this beautiful and historic city, where everything old is new again! Brunswick is a city that invites you to come to play. Explore waterways, history, music, art, and theatre venues.

Street running through old fashioned main street

A downtown street in Brunswick, Georgia / Photo Courtesy: Getty Images

Explore Brunswick

Historic Downtown Brunswick has a variety of festivals and cultural events throughout the year, including open-air concerts, the Old Fashioned 4th of July at Mary Ross Waterfront Park, and Stewbilee, a celebratory cook-off featuring their delicious culinary trademark, Brunswick Stew. First Friday Downtown from 5 pm – 8 pm is another unique experience where the galleries and shops downtown open and serve wine & snacks.  Live music is often played in the pocket parks, also known as miniparks (urban open spaces on a very small scale).

Due to Brunswick’s flat terrain and pleasant climate you can enjoy the outdoors throughout the year. The average temperature in Brunswick is 68 degrees.  From May through September you will find temperatures in the 80’s.  It’s only in July where the average temperature is above 90.

You can walk or jog on paths and areas such as the Sidney Lanier Bridge, the Old Town Brunswick National Historic District, and the Mary Ross Waterfront Park. Local landmarks include Lover’s Oak, Historic downtown buildings, and the Marshes of Glynn.  Wildlife, birds and abundant foliage and flowers are abundant in the city and surrounding areas.

Legendary Jekyll Island

People walking along beach on Jekyll Island

Walk the Shores of Jekyll Island / Photo Courtesy: Getty Images

How about a unique experience through Golden Isles Carriage and Trail at Three Oaks Farm?  Nothing is more relaxing than a ride on the beach while listening to the ocean. So, be sure to include a beach ride on Jekyll Island’s Driftwood Beach, through Three Oaks Farm. They also have narrated horse-drawn carriage tours in the Historic District of Jekyll Island. Choose between a beautiful horse-drawn carriage ride or a romantic private one. Three Oaks Farm in Brunswick has a large petting zoo, pony ride lessons and children’s camps for the younger set.

RV Park

So, while you are exploring Brunswick, make plans to stay at Golden Isles RV Park.  With 160 sites situated on 14 acres and only seven miles from the beautiful Atlantic shores, you will find everything you need to make your stay in the area both affordable and fun.

Rows of white trailers along road

Photo Courtesy: Golden Isles RV Park

No need to leave the campground once you return from your morning touring. Just check out their on-site restaurant, Fran’s Place, for one of the greatest lunch buffets you have ever had.

Southern hospitality, plus great experiences in the area. Come on down Y’all, visit Brunswick, Georgia and stay with Golden Isles RV Park.

For additional information call (912) 261-1025

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