Explore Suttons Bay And Other Leelanau & Grand Traverse Area Cities

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Suttons Bay area is made up of many smaller enclaves, Leelanau & Grand Traverse communities and nearby resort towns. Below is some information and history about each place you may call home someday. Find great homes for sale in these Leelanau & Grand Traverse communities.



City: Burdickville
County: LEELANAU

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City: Cedar
County: LEELANAU

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City: Empire
County: LEELANAU

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City: Glen Arbor
County: LEELANAU

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Welcome to the Glen Lake Sleeping Bear Dunes area, home to Big and Little Glen Lakes, The Sleeping Bear Dunes National Lakeshore and the quaint towns of Glen Arbor and Empire. Whether you seek pristine beaches, hiking, water sports, superb art & music, majestic sunsets, museums, unique shopping, great food, fine wine, antiques or just an overall perfect place for a vacation get-away, our area offers something for everyone.


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City: Glen Arbor
County: LEELANAU

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City: Greilickville
County: GRAND TRAVERSE

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City: Lake Leelanau
County: LEELANAU

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Along M-204 at the "Narrows" that separate North & South Lake Leelanau, you will find the village of Lake Leelanau. This small hamlet was known as Provemont in the early part of the last century and is home to good restaurants & some great antique shops. Lake Leelanau connects on the northwest to the Leland River, which runs for one mile (1.6 km) to Lake Michigan. Lake Leelanau runs 21 miles (34 km) through the middle of the Leelanau Peninsula and the lakes have a total shoreline of about 41.2 miles (66.3 km).


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City: Leland
County: LEELANAU

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Leland Michigan blends modern amenities with a heritage dating back to 1853, featuring historical Fishtown which has now been preserved for the ages. Leland celebrates excellent lodging, fine restaurants and a wide variety of shops & galleries. Recreational opportunities, including charter fishing trips and excursions to the Manitou Islands are available in the fine Leland Harbor. Leland, home of the annual Leland Wine and Food Festival, is also close to many wineries & tasting rooms.


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City: Northport
County: LEELANAU

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Northport is located at the northern tip of Leelanau County, Northport was the gateway to Grand Traverse Bay and one of the earliest settlements in the county. Today, the village of Northport boasts a fine harbor and park, full service grocery and many other stores including antique shops and even more art galleries. The hills around Northport are filled with cherry and apple orchards. Leelanau State Park at the northern tip of the Leelanau Peninsula is home to the historic and well restored Grand Traverse Lighthouse. Other parks include Peterson Park and the Leelanau Conservancy's Kehl Lake Preserve.


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City: Old Mission
County: GRAND TRAVERSE

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City: Omena
County: LEELANAU

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City: Peshawbestown
County: LEELANAU

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City: Solon
County: GRAND TRAVERSE

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City: Suttons Bay
County: LEELANAU

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Suttons Bay lies midway up the eastern shore of the Leelanau Peninsula. This year round coastal village has a unquie quality all its' own with specialty shops, art galleries, local dining experiences, B&B's and beaches make this a fantastic place to visit and live. Marina Park is an ideal spot for a family to play at the beach, fish and sail. The Inland Seas Education Association (ISEA) is a non-profit organization whose mission is to help people of all ages experience the science and spirit of the Great Lakes through shipboard and on-shore programs. You will learn to love the water while learning about the water at the same time! With an extensive network of hiking trails, the TART Trail system winds through the edge of the village, you can bike, hike and run to your hearts content. If golfing is your love, you will not find better courses anywhere in Michigan! Courses designed for the novice to the pro golfer await you here in Leelanau county! Surrounded by rolling vineyards you will find yourself in the heart of Michigan wine country. Throughout the year there are a great many wine events and music festivals.


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City: Traverse City
County: GRAND TRAVERSE

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Traverse City is a four-season playground for anyone who loves the Great Outdoors and autumn only sharpens its beauty, adding color to the forests and spice to the air. It's perfect weather for a stroll on the beach, a shopping adventure, a round of championship golf, or a tour of the beautiful wine country on the nearby Old Mission and Leelanau peninsulas. And when the winter snows begin to drift across this glacier-carved landscape, the entire region becomes a sparkling white playground for skiers, snowmobilers and snowshoe hikers. Despite its modest population, Traverse City functions as the major commercial nexus for a seven-county area. The Traverse City area is the largest producer of tart cherries in the US. Near the time of cherry harvest, the city holds an annual week-long Cherry Festival in the first full week in July, attracting approximately 500,000 visitors annually. The surrounding countryside also produces grapes, and is one of the centers of wine production in the Midwest. Tourism, both summer and winter, is another key industry. The Traverse City area features varied natural attractions, including freshwater beaches, vineyards, a National Lakeshore and downhill skiing areas.


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