Portage Lake Historic Sites Map

THIS MAP IS ONLY AVAILABLE ON THE DESKTOP VERSION AND CANNOT BE VIEWED ON MOBILE DEVICES.
Click the corresponding numbers below to view the historic information.
1. Lake Michigan - Portage Lake Channel, south of Second Street, Portage Point
2. Captain John Langland Park, turnaround at the west end of Second Street, Portage Point on Lake Michigan
3. Portage Lake Yacht Club, northeast of Portage Point Drive & Second Street, Portage Point
4. Portage Point Resort, Portage Point South of Outlet Avenue
5. Portage Point Inn, 8567 South Portage Point Drive 
6. Streamed of Portage Creek, looking south from the 2200-2300 block of Lakeisle Avenue
7. R.E. Harris or "Fenmoor" Cottage, 2254 Lakeisle Avenue
8. Portage Park Resort & Additions, Portage Point north of and including Outlet Avenue; North Point along the Northern Shores of Portage Lake
9. Golf Course, site northeast of West & South Greenway, now North Point Park
10. Little Eden Camp, 3721 East Portage Point Drive
11. Artesian Well, on Portage Point Drive, northwest of Little Eden Camp
12. Canfield Cottage & Carriage House, 4138 & 4092 East Portage Point Drive
13. Kline-Walnut Grove Farm, 5568 Eight Mile Road (white)
14. Kline Farm, 5901 Eight Mile Road
15. Manistee County Fairgrounds, northeast of M22 & Jones Road
16. Portage Lake Covenant Bible Camp, 4158 Camp Delight Road
17. Wick-a-te-wah, north of Crescent Beach Road, accessed by Leonard Street
18. Leonard Cottage, southeast corner of Leonard Street and Lakeshore Drive
19. Red Park Resort, surrounding the intersection of Crescent Beach Road, Miller Roa & C.G. Davis Avenue
20. "Woodbine" Cottage, northeast corner of C.G. Davis Avenue and Crescent Beach Road
21. Camp Tosebo, 7228 Miller Road
22. Crescent Beach, north of Crescent Beach Road, west of the intersection of Crescent Beach Road and Lakeshore Road
23. Williamsport, south of the Channel, surrounding the end of Crescent Beach Road
24. Sandenburgh-Rogers House, 2046 Crescent Beach Road 

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