Algonac State Park contains approximately 1,300 acres and has a half-mile of St. Clair River frontage. It is open all year for a variety of activities.


The park has 296 modern campsites found in two campgrounds, the Water Front and the Wagon Wheel. There are three modern buildings, electric service and a sanitation station.

Boating & Fishing

Both are available on the St. Clair River which is well known for excellent walleye fishing in the summer. The park has a boat launch for access to the river.

Other Summer Activities & Attractions

One of the major attractions is viewing the freighters of the world along the river frontage and pleasure boat-watching. Picnic areas and hiking trails can be found in the park for your use.


For those who enjoy the shooting sports the park has both an archery range and a trap shooting range. The park is also open to small and big game hunting, during the fall and winter seasons.

Other Winter Activities

Besides winter camping, for the adventuresome, the park offers a place to go cross-country skiing and snowmobiling (4" of snow required). A winter store/camp program is also available during off-season months.


The park is located on M-29 approximately three miles north of the city of Algonac.

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