Lake Manawa

Nebraska

Lake Manawa, Nebraska

Lake Manawa real estate is regarded as a tight inventory market in Nebraska for lake homes and lake lots.

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    About Lake Manawa
    Located in the Omaha-Council Bluffs Metro Area

    Lake Manawa is located just east of the Nebraska State Border in Council Bluffs, Iowa.

    Adjacent to Interstate 29 and Highway 275, Lake Manawa is close to many shops and restaurants. CHI Health Mercy Hospital is located in Council Bluff, and Omaha houses the Eppley Airfield.

    The Former “Coney Island of the Midwest”

    Lake Manawa was constructed in 1881 to relieve the flooding of the Missouri River. Within a decade, the lake was accessible by railway and housed resorts, a community, and an amusement park.

    The resort era of Lake Manawa has passed, but it remains one of the most popular recreation spots in Western Iowa.

    A Delightful Day on the Lake

    Lake Manawa features 753 acres of water in addition to Lake Manawa State Park and North Shore Park.

    The lake itself is popular for boating, kayaking, sailing, and swimming. Lake Manawa State Park features a large lake beach along with boat ramps, hiking trails, picnic areas, and boat rentals.

    Anglers catch a variety of crappie, bluegill, catfish, walleye, and bass from the waters.

    Attractions in Omaha

    While Council Bluffs is a great source of shopping and dining, you will find a great selection of attractions in Omaha.

    Omaha is famous for the Henry Doorly Zoo & Aquarium, ranked one of the top five zoos in the world!

    Some of its other attractions include The Durham Museum, Joslyn Art Museum, Omaha Children’s Museum, Lauritzen Gardens, and Fun-Plex Waterpark.

    Its breweries, bars, comedy clubs, casinos, and entertainment venues give you plenty of options for a fun night out.

    Premier Lake Property

    Anyone would be fortunate to have access to the beautiful Lake Manawa. It is a fantastic location for full-time living or spending time on the weekends.