About Suttons Bay

Suttons Bay is a village in Leelanau County in the U.S. state of Michigan. The population was 618 at the 2010 census. The village was incorporated in 1898 and is located within Suttons Bay Township.
The community is named for one of the first settlers of European descent, Harry C. Sutton, who arrived in 1854. He arrived with a crew of woodsmen to supply fuel for passing wood steamboats.
In 1903 the Traverse City, Leelanau, and Manistique Railroad began a route between Traverse City to the South and Northport to the North, stopping at Suttons Bay, as well as Hatch's Crossing, Fountain Point, Bingham, Keswick, and Omena.

Area Attractions

Inland Seas Education Association

Address: Dame St, Suttons Bay, MI 49682, USA
nland Seas Education Association (ISEA) is a 501(c)(3) non-profit organization dedicated to helping people of all ages experience the Great Lakes through hands-on, experiential learning activities aboard a traditionally-rigged tall ship schooner. We believe the future sustainability of the Great Lakes rests in all of our hands. Our Great Lakes comprise 20% of all the available fresh water needed to sustain life on earth. We believe the best method of protecting this critical resource is through research and STEM education. Inland Seas ignites the passion, sparks the curiosity, and provides the information needed for the long-term stewardship of our Great Lakes.

Murdicks Fudge Shoppe

209 N St Joseph St, Suttons Bay, MI 49682, USA
Cooked in a copper kettle to exact temperatures, our fudge is poured out on beautiful marble tables and cooled. Its then worked with Paul Bunyan size tools, loaved, and sliced Served fresh from the kettle to you. Check the photos at the bottom of this page or (better yet) visit us to see it made!!

The Bay Theatre

Address: 214 N St Joseph St, Suttons Bay, MI 49682, USA
Movie Theater in Suttons Bay showing blockbuster movies, live performances and concerts.
Please click on the following Link for more Information : http://www.thebaytheatre.com/