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Community Facilities

Lodging: In the county, there are two Bed & Breakfast inns, one motel, and a number of lodging facilities along the interstate corridors. Effort is underway to bring hotels to our towns and Lake Gaston to accommodate changing dynamics in the tourism industry and other commercial activity.


More than 100 churches covering most denominations provide religious services throughout the county. A Jewish synagogue is located 20 miles south of the county line.

Country and Community Clubs

Lake Gaston Golf Course is an 18 hole golf course with driving range, pro shop and refreshment area located at the Lake.

Brunswick Country Club offers a nine-hole golf course, swimming pool, and club facilities.

Lake Gaston Golf Course

Lake Gaston Resort

Lake Gaston Resort offers lodging and camping lots to the public with a full service marina. Tennis, pool, basketball, horseshoes as well as, special events throughout the year are also available. THE CLUB at Lake Gaston Resort also offers an exclusive private country club atmosphere for individuals who purchase interest in the resort. Among the amenities are private beach, elegant Clubhouse with saunas, jacuzzi, pool tables exercise rooms.

S.C.O.R.E. Athletic Field

Former NBA player Bryant Stith returned to his home county of Brunswick to found the non-profit organization S.C.O.R.E. (Setting Children on the Road to Empowerment. As one of its outreach programs, S.C.O.R.E has built soccer and football fields at a site in Brunswick County to provide sports organizations for the youth of the area.

S.C.O.R.E. Athletic Field

Sonny Wholey Memorial Park

Sonny Wholey Memorial Park, home of the Brunswick Dixie Youth League, has been an important part of family recreation and the quality of life in Brunswick County for many years. The Brunswick Dixie Youth League has a very proud heritage in baseball. The Park, which started with a regulation minor league playing field with tiered seating more than 75 years ago, has grown to include a combination softball/T-ball field. The Park was named for Sonny Wholey who played with the Lawrenceville Cardinals in the Virginia League in 1948.

Sonny Wholey Memorial Park