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Constructed in 1846, Stuart Manor is the oldest remaining structure in Portage. Located in Portage Creek, the area includes several historic buildings such as a restored schoolhouse, a historic barn that served as a community theater, and grain elevator. Visitors should also stop by the Celery Flats Interpretive Center, a small museum that shares the importance of the celery industry to the region.


  • This Greek Revival home was best-known as the summer home of Michigan U.S. Senator Charles Stuart
  • Located in the park and near Stuart Manor is this grain elevator, which was built in 1931 and is the oldest surviving commercial building in the City of Portage.