Snowbirds who love history, will love Brunswich, Georgia. A historic city by the sea that is a warm haven for the winter weary. The winters are short and mild, with the average temperature in January only falling to 53 degrees so you can enjoy outdoor activities all year long.
There are exciting things to do, wonderful sites to see, and great places to eat. For golfers there are 216 holes of the most beautiful, professionally designed golf courses. Tennis courts add to the mix of outdoor fun.
All types of water sports are available, boating, sailing, fishing, skiing, parasailing, diving, snorkeling. If its fishing, you have to make some decisions: inshore, offshore, Gulfstream and deep-sea, trolling, bottom fishing or flounder gigging.
People from across the country visit Brunswick each year to experience a bit of the splendor. Enjoy the charms of Old Town Brunswick, with its Victorian commercial buildings, grand residential homes, and delightful bed & breakfast inns. Explore streets of quaint shops, restaurants, art galleries and antique dealers.
Check out the cultural and historic festivals, performances and special events that are scheduled throughout the year.Among its numerous assets, Brunswick has the second largest concentration of documented historic structures in Georgia.
Brunswick is a city in Georgia located approximately 30 miles north of the Florida state line. The town, named after King George III's ancestral home, was laid out by the British. The streets still have names like Gloucester, Halifax Square, Habersham, Newcastle, and Prince.
President George Washington proclaimed Brunswick as one of the five original ports of entry for the colonies. The Port of Brunswick is one of the nation's most productive ports on the Atlantic coast. In World War II, Brunswick boomed as over 16,000 workers produced ninety-nine Liberty ships to transport war material to the European and Pacific Theatres.
The shrimp boat fleet anchors at the Brunswick docks. The city was once "The Shrimp Capital of the World" because of the local wild shrimp which still provide a major source of income for the area.
Brunswich has an atmosphere that's warm and welcoming for residents and visitors alike! Swim or stroll along miles of sun-drenched beaches. You will find centuries-old live oaks draped in Spanish moss, cool ocean breezes, white egrets, salt marshes, endless horizons, blue herons, beaver dams, blackwater rivers, red tail hawks, cypress knees and gator-filled sloughs. Your only difficulty may be deciding what to do next!
Five federal highways pass through Brunswick: U.S. Highway 17, Interstate 95, U.S. Highway 82, U.S. Highway 341, and U.S. Highway 25.
Brunswick has a subtropical climate typical of most of the East Coast, with mild weather during winters. Just go, relax and have fun. You'll soon discover what a truly wonderful place it is.