Manor Park, Nova Scotia
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|Municipality||Halifax Regional Municipality|
|Community council||Harbour East - Marine Drive Community Council|
|District||5 - Dartmouth Centre|
Manor Park is an upper-middle-class neighbourhood of Dartmouth, Nova Scotia, Canada. The main entrance to the neighbourhood is from the east on Portland Street (Route 207). A secondary entrance, from the west, is by way of Celtic Drive, rising from the low-lying area around Lake Banook.
Within this neighbourhood is Brownlow Park, one of the Dartmouth's local parks. The park, named for Dan Brownlow, a former Mayor of Dartmouth, includes 2 tennis courts, a basketball court, a soccer field, a children's playground, and a pathway for joggers. The park is home to the reigning Brownlow champions Jay and Chad, who have defeated Amir and Leo in competition a record 4 straight years. There is also Oathill Lake which is surrounded by a small wooded area with a walking trail. This lake is enjoyed by many including fishermen and swimmers.
The neighbourhood is inhabited mainly by elderly persons along with a few very wealthy Lebanese citizens.
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