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Suttons Bay

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Leelanau App on the App Store

Want to know where to eat, sleep, and shop when you plan your next visit to Leelanau County and Suttons Bay?

Stay Northport and Omena »

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We encourage you to visit our local businesses whether you’re visiting Northport and Omena for an afternoon, a day, a week or making our lovely community your permanent residence.

Stay Leland »

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Places to Stay in and Near Leland, Michigan

Stay Suttons Bay »

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To get the most out of your shopping, dining, cultural or business visit to Suttons Bay and beautiful Leelanau County, consider spending the night! Experience Michigan’s premier northwest coast in a tranquil environment far away from city crowds.

Stay Glen Arbor »

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Places to Stay in and Near Glen Arbor and Glen Lake, Michigan

Builders & Contractors, Featured, Maple Hill Builders »

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Suttons Bay Contractor

Suttons Bay Contractor and General Contractor Maple Hill Builders is a Schaub Family Father and Son construction and home builder team.

Books, Events, Featured, Places to Buy Books, Stores & Businesses, To Do »

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John Mitchell Releases Grand Traverse: The Civil War Era

New from John C. Mitchell, author of Wood Boats of Leelanau, comes a new book, perfectly timed for the Sesquicentennial of the American Civil War.

Health & Health Care, Insight Optometry, Stores & Businesses »

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Insight Optometry

Insight Optometry has 30 brand new VERA BRADLEY Frames & Polarized Sunglasses with MATCHING cases!! Stop in and check them out before their gone!!

Books, To Do »

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Friday July 1, 2011
Summer reading program at the Suttons Bay Bingham District Library featuring Carrie Leaureaux, storyteller of the Grand Traverse Band of Ottawa and Chippewa Indians.