Haven’t had enough of the golf experience, yet? Well, you’re in luck. Magnolia Greens is a gated golf course community in Leland, North Carolina, and it offers beautiful views that are set amid mature trees, protected green spaces, natural forests, ponds, and lakes. This development of 1170 dwellings is beside Route 17S in Brunswick County across the Cape Fear River from historical Wilmington.
The society has two outdoor swimming pools, an 8,800 square foot Rec Center with a heated indoor saltwater pool, a work-out room with state-of-the-art cardiovascular and strength-training equipment, a group fitness room where several types of exercises are taught, a lounge area, meeting rooms, lockers, showers, and saunas. There is also a game area for children to play games. Outside there are two lighted tennis/pickleball/basketball courts as well as a playground and picnic area.
Tom Jackson’s Magnolia Greens is bordered by a public championship golf course owned and managed by the Renaissance Golf Organization. It includes a pro shop and clubhouse with Blossoms, a stylish restaurant, and a bar that serves as an entertainment hub for watching sporting events, listening to live music on the patio, and engaging in other social activities.
The region of Brunswick County, South Carolina, between Wilmington, North Carolina, and Myrtle Beach, South Carolina, is a geographically attractive area that is 40 miles long. Brunswick County is one of the most rapidly growing counties in the United States, with both housing and business markets expanding at a rapid pace. In the county, several new restaurants and businesses are currently under construction as well as more local health care choices and additional park and recreational sites.
Downtown Wilmington is located on the north bank of the Cape Fear River, which flows into the Atlantic. It’s a short walk from Magnolia Terrace down to Bay Street where you’ll find lots of street vendors and cafés in addition to plenty of restaurants and shopping. Just across the river, downtown offers a River Walk with restaurants and shops. Educational and cultural events are offered throughout the year by both the University of North Carolina Wilmington and Cape Fear Community College as well as local theater troupes, galleries, and museums.
Beachgoers may visit a number of local beaches, including Wrightsville Beach in New Hanover County and Sunset, Holden, and Ocean Isle Beaches in Brunswick County. The Intracoastal Waterway, Cape Fear, Brunswick Rivers, and the beaches are all popular boating destinations.
Driving Directions To The Cypress Cove Recreation Park