Manley was the name of a community in sections 35-36 of Beaver Creek Township in Rock County, Minnesota, United States.
Manley is located one mile south of Interstate 90 on Rock County road CR-17 (which is an extension of Minnesota State Highway 23), and one mile east of Valley Springs, South Dakota.
The town of Manley was platted in October 1889 and had a post office from 1890 until 1914. Manley was named for W. P. Manley, cashier of the Security National Bank in Sioux City, Iowa, and a stockholder of the Sioux City and Northern Railway. Today, all that remains of the town is a service station and a railroad junction named after the town.
Coordinates: 43°35′25″N 96°25′52″W / 43.59028°N 96.43111°W