Visitors' Center

Visitors Center
suttons bay visitor center
 
Just arrived in town? Need a map? Looking for a list of current events? Restaurants? Lodging? Need a restroom?  Looking for FREE Wi-Fi?
 
Stop at the Suttons Bay Visitor Center!  As you come into Suttons Bay from the south, take a right at the blinker on Front Street (runs behind the main street).  The SB Visitor Center is now housed in the Inland Seas Education Association Center, the long grey building with red roof. 
 
Staffed entirely with volunteers, the SB Visitor Center will open for summer business June through Labor Day.  Hours are Monday through Saturday from 10 am to 5 pm (closed on Sundays).  We have all the information you need to fully enjoy your stay in our village including maps, brochures, restaurant menus, and more.  Also, enjoy the educational Great Lakes exhibits including fish and turtle tanks in the Inland Seas Education Association Center!
 
To have local information sent to you, please call the Leelanau Chamber at (231) 994-2202.  
 
OFF-SEASON HOURS:  The ISEA Center will be open Monday - Friday from 8:30 am to 5 pm, for visitors to pick up information and maps!
 
The SB Visitor Center will be CLOSED on JULY 4th. 
Other bathrooms are located at the South Shore Park (just south of town), and the North Park (just north of town), and at the Suttons Bay Marina (open until 8pm from mid-May to mid-October).
  
Attention Bikers!  BATA runs buses between Suttons Bay and Traverse City if you would like to bike the TART Trail one way and ride the bus the other.  Pick up BATA and TART Trail maps at the SB Visitor Center.  BATA can take 3 bikes on the front of its regular route buses; cost is $3 one way (less for seniors).  For more info BATA, call (231) 941-2324.  For more info on TART, call (231) 941-4300.
 
Welcome to Suttons Bay, enjoy your stay!
  
  
Come and check the place out! 
44°59.35’N 085°38.11’W
100 Dame Street, Suttons Bay, MI
 
 
 
 
 

 

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