Suttons Bay

Located on the Leelanau Peninsula in Northwestern Michigan, the Village of Suttons Bay is a quaint community that offers many unique attractions and activities to its visitors. The opportunities to experience Michigan’s diverse landscape are abundant in the Suttons Bay area. Fisherman can try their hand at fishing the many inland lakes for Bass, Pike, Walleye, Trout, Bluegill, and Perch, wade fishing in the rivers for migratory Salmon and Steelhead or even Surf and Pier fishing for Brown Trout, Salmon, and Steelhead. You may also enjoy a day spent exploring the many trails located throughout the Leelanau State Park or take some time in the Grand Traverse Lighthouse Museum, which is located in the park. Marking the end of the Leelanau Peninsula, The Grand Traverse has a fascinating 150-year history as one of the oldest lighthouses on the Great Lakes. Suttons Bay is home to several wonderful wineries, vineyards and tasting rooms and wine-lovers will feel right at home! No matter how you choose to spend your time, one of our bed and breakfast inns will provide the perfect respite during your stay. You are sure to find the luxurious B&B accommodations to be the perfect alternative to traditional hotel lodging.