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With its proximity to scenic, open green space and ready access to commercial districts, the community of Manwell Acres provides residents with all the comforts of urban and suburban life. Many residences overlook pastoral fields.

Manwell Acres encompasses zip code 73127. The community is bounded by Melrose Lane on the north, North MacArthur Boulevard on the east, West Reno Avenue and Interstate 40 on the south, and North Council Road on the west. The area is mostly residential, although there are a few commercial establishments in the neighborhood, such as a shopping center, hotel, and a variety of industrial buildings.

Of the many appealing aspects of life in Manwell Acres is Melrose Park, which sits in the northwest corner of the community next to Melrose Lane. This picturesque city park offers residents a wide variety of amenities, such as a baseball field, basketball court, playground, sprayground, and picnic shelter. The site includes the Melrose Recreation Center. This family-friendly facility features a gymnasium and offers year-round activities to the area’s youth. Lytle Park lies to the north of the neighborhood and has a baseball field, picnic area, and playground.

Not too far out of the community to the northwest is Lake Overholser. This 1,500-acre lake offers visitors boating, jet skiing, and fishing opportunities. There is a covered fishing pier, boat ramps, and tending docks. Onshore you’ll find a covered picnic pavilion and scenic hiking trails circling the lake.

For the convenience and safety of area residents, the Deaconess Hospital Bethany is located to the northwest of Manwell Acres. This 313-bed facility offers acute care and comprehensive medical services, including cardiac and wound care.

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