A patchwork of community orchards is being woven across the City of Brunswick in the form of citrus groves. Planted in high pedestrian traffic areas across the City, when mature, the resulting citrus fruit are free for passersby to pick and enjoy. In 2018 the original grove was planted near the Howard Coffin Park walking track with subsequent orchard installations thereafter.
Brunswick Community Orchards have been funded via:
Keep Georgia Beautiful Foundation Community Orchards Grant
BB&T now Truist / Lighthouse giving program
Keep America Beautiful / UPS tree planting grant
Georgia Tree Council ReLeaf Grant
A true community partnership, KGIB coordinates the effort and secures funding, Coastal Greenery sources, plants and fertilizes the trees, and the City of Brunswick provides the land and tree watering. Additional project partners have included the Brunswick Downtown Development Authority, Forward Brunswick and the Golden Isles Fund for Trees. Future orchard expansion is funding dependent.
Click on the park name below for a directional map to that specific orchard. Click on the map to the right for a printable version.
1 - MLK TRAIL
end of MLK Jr Boulevard & Fourth Avenue
corner of Gordon Street & Prince Street
3 - MLK MEDIAN
between George Street & London Street
walking track Lanier Boulevard
5 - RINGEL PARK
corner of Magnolia Avenue & Gloucester Street
6 - ABE BROWN PARK
triangle of Bartow Street, G Street & Tillman Avenue
7 - PERRY PARK
corner of Cleburne Street & K Street
8 - MILLER PARK
corner of L Street & Goodyear Avenue
corner of W Park Avenue & Parkwood Drive
1310 R Street
corner of R Street & Ellis Street
12 - ORANGE PARK
corner of Ellis Street & L Street
Click HERE for a printable orchard brochure.
Click HERE for Howard Coffin Park installation photos.