Suttons Bay Township
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Suttons Bay Township 49682
Leelanau County, Michigan
Suttons Bay Township Population: 2000(2982) 1990(2150) Change(832)
Suttons Bay Township is situated half-way up the east side of the Leelanau Peninsula along Grand Traverse Bay. Its largest community is Suttons Bay, where the township hall is located. This township is also known for the Native American community of Peshawbestown, also known as Eagletown. Once a Franciscan mission named after Chief Peshaba, who ruled in the 1880ís, this community has grown to presently include a casino and resort.
Other features of Suttons Bay Township include beautiful Lake Leelanau on its southwestern corner, which can be accessed by taking M-204 west to the city of Lake Leelanau, where the channel runs between its upper and lower lakes. This township is also prime cherry country with several wineries and many scenic orchards nestled among its rolling hills.
OTHER PLACES IN SUTTONS BAY TOWNSHIP:PESHAWBESTOWN, SUTTONS BAY,
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