Not only can you learn and work at Brunswick Landing, you have options for recreation, dining, and living—right on campus. The Brunswick Topsham Land Trust maintains Neptune Woods, which is a great place for a walk or to take kids mountain biking. The town-maintained Kate Furbish Preserve provides wide grassy lanes leading to the shore as well as narrower twisty trails too. Check them out on the trail map. For sports, we’re excited to watch construction of the new Midcoast Athletic & Recreation Complex. Apartments at Brunswick Landing and Atlantic Pointe have loads of apartment possibilities for making a home on the Landing. Aging relatives needing memory care might live nearby at Avita and kids might enjoy daycare at Bright Beginnings. Pet care is nearby at Sunray Animal Clinic, and Blue Dog Daycare. For your own health care, Martin’s Point,  provides primary and specialty care. Getting from one place to another on Brunswick Landing is often just a short walk, bike ride or ride on the Brunswick Link—with seven stops on the Landing and many more to connect you to other parts of Brunswick.

The Brunswick Link bus route has more than 25 stops, including 7 on Brunswick Landing.

Bus Map & Schedule