Suttons Bay is a beautiful inlet of Lake Michigan, fifteen miles north of Traverse City, along M-22. The charming village of Suttons Bay located on it’s shore. Their downtown region is rated high among visitors as being very “walkable” and having so many specialty shops in which to explore. As in so many of Leelanau County’s towns, Suttons Bay has many trails in which to hike or bike and lush vineyards that produce some of the tastiest wines in northern Michigan. There are at least six galleries for the art lovers, or hop aboard the Inland Seas Tall Ship for a cruise on the bay. Choices for lodging in Suttons Bay range from cozy bed and breakfasts to family cottages. Nearby is a sign marking the 45th parallel north, halfway between the North Pole and the Equator. The town is home to the county’s only movie theater, opened in 1946. It is now owned by Bob Bahle, and was renovated in 1977. Its fare consists of unique art house films, and occasionally the theater hosts plays & concerts.
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