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Sutton is a region located nearly 2 km south of Lake Simcoe in Ontario, Canada. Situated around a small river, the Black River, that flows from the south and East, Sutton is stuck around by a road linking Woodbine Avenue and the highway connecting Toronto and Beaverton (Highway 48) organizing a T junction to the southeast.
Sutton is interceded between forests and farmlands. A large forest dominates the south and southeast, farmlands cover the west and southwest. Sutton is a modish, lively community, with sublime roots that are still reflected in the glamorous character of this "Upper Canadian" village.
Near the beaches of Lake Simcoe, Sutton ties with the Community of Jackson's Point, a very favored destination for both local and out-of-town visitors.