Algonac State Park is administered by the Michigan Department of Natural Resources. It contains 1,500 acres on the St. Clair River and is a popular wildlife viewing place. Guests can also see the freighters from around the world that pass by on their way to and from the Great Lakes.
Algonac State Park has two camping areas, and one is along the waterfront. Activities include fishing, hiking, and wildlife watching. It also offers a shooting range and weekly nature programs.
“Nice campground with a ton to do. Handgun and shotgun range on-site (far away from camping). Several hiking trails and a park for the kids. Freighters go down the channel quite often making the campground unique. Dump station with potable water on site.” – Kevin, Google review