With a population of just over 6,000 residents and only an hour north of Toronto, Sutton is the perfect place for anyone looking for peace without abandoning modern amenities.
When you visit Sutton, you will pass along roads lined with trees. A village within the Regional Municipality of York, this place consists of just four roads. One road links Woodbine Avenue and Highway 48 – forming a T Junction in the South East end – while two others are Canada National Railway tracks to either east or west; these head towards Toronto as well as Muskoka and beyond Ontario. The last road leads out of town past low-level hills until it reaches Ravenshoe Road, where it finally curves northward into Baseline Road.
Partnered with North Gwillimbury Township – who are to its west side – the amalgamation made it so Sutton sits between Shelbourne Drive and Petticoat Creek from Seaton House to Station Street.