Maryvale Apartments for Rent
Located off Interstate 10 and just northwest of the Mobile Regional Airport, Maryvale is a small, densely populated community in the 36605 and 36606 zip codes. With an area of 1.325 square miles, it has about 4,500 residents.
Duval Street is the northern border of Maryvale, while Interstate 10 is its southern border. Michigan Avenue serves as its eastern border, and Dauphin Island Parkway is its western border.
Baumhauer Park, which is sometimes called Duval Park, is located within Maryvale. It has a playground, a football field, a baseball field, a wading pool, picnic areas, and public restrooms. Harmon Park is just under a mile to the northeast, and it offers a gym, a playground, a community center, picnic tables, hiking paths, and a multiple-use sports field. Fulton Ridge Park, Matire Park, and Monroe Park are also within a one-mile radius.
The USS Alabama Battleship, which offers daily tours and is a frequent destination for field trips, is five miles to its east. Fort Conde, a history-rich fort that is now a major area tourist attraction, is three and a half miles to its northeast.
Maryvale is central to many other historical attractions of Mobile. The Oakleigh Historic Complex, which includes the landmark 1830s mansion and museum is two miles to its northeast. The Bragg-Mitchell Mansion and Museum is two and a half miles to Maryvale’s north.
The Mobile Saegner Theatre, a designated historical landmark that has hosted such legends as Gregory Peck, is three miles to the northeast. The Mobile Carnival Museum is just over three miles to its northeast. It chronicles the history of Mardi Gras in the United States (actually begun in Mobile, Alabama), which goes back 300 years.