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Set on the banks of the St. Clair River, Algonac State Park combines a serene waterside setting with easy access to urban amenities. The park occupies 1,450 acres and is made up of lush lakeplain prairies and sun-dappled oak savannas. Two modern campgrounds offer a unique chance to sleep on the banks of the St. Clair River and stay a spell in this picturesque corner of the Great Lake State.
Planning a getaway to the Midwest? RV rentals in St. Clair County make it easy to camp at Algonac State Park and explore the famous Blue Water Area of eastern Michigan. Gear up for characterful lakeside towns, historic lighthouses, bountiful farmers' markets, and emerald green golf courses. You're also an hour from Motor City, which makes Algonac State Park a great place to camp in an RV near Detroit.
Algonac State Park boasts half a mile of prime riverfront real estate. Enjoy a picnic on the grassy foreshore or take a scenic bike ride along the paved waterfront path. While there's no beach, a small swimming area makes it easy to cool off in the St. Clair River on a hot day.
For a short, family-friendly hike, hit the Blazing Star Trail. It stretches for half a mile and showcases the unique ecosystem of Algonac State Park. Watch for the park's endangered and threatened species, including the eastern fox snake and spotted turtle. The two-and-a-half-mile Algonac-Oak Savanna Trail is another popular hike and takes you through lightly forested grasslands.
In the spring and summer, Algonac State Park runs engaging nature programs geared towards kids. They're a great way to introduce your little ones to the unique flora and fauna of the region, as well as learn about the importance of conservation. Anglers can cast a line for walleye, bass, carp, and catfish. Bring your own gear or stock up at a local tackle and bait shop. If you want to test your skills on the archery range, you'll need to bring your own bow and arrows. There's also a trapping range where you can try your luck at catching squirrels, ducks, and rabbits.
Algonac State Park operates two modern campgrounds: one on the banks of the St. Clair River and the other set in the forest. Riverfront Campground offers around 200 sites, some with postcard-perfect views of the St. Clair. Waterfront sites are a great excuse to sink into a camp chair and watch freighters cruise by. Most sites offer space, privacy, and large driveways that can host RVs of up to 50 feet long. All feature picnic tables and fire rings for enjoying your meals outdoors. Serviced sites include electric hook-ups of 20, 30, and 50 amp. There's also a sanitation station for RVs with services onboard, as well as potable water taps and restrooms throughout the campground. Reservations are accepted between March and November and can be made up to six months in advance.
The Wagon Wheel Campground offers 76 sites, some shaded by mature trees and others set on sunny clearings. It's open from mid-May to late October and promises a laid-back atmosphere. Sites vary in size, though most can easily accommodate RVs of up to 40 feet in length. You'll also enjoy access to modern restrooms. There's a maximum stay of 15 consecutive nights at both campgrounds, so why not plan an extended getaway to Algonac State Park? Pets are welcome; just be sure to keep your dog on a six-foot leash and always supervise them.
Camping at Algonac State Park puts you in the heart of eastern Michigan, a captivating corner of the Great Lake State known for sandy beaches, scenic waterways, and pristine golf courses. Spend the day birding at the St. Clair Flats State Wildlife Area on Harsens Island or sip your way through the region's craft breweries and boutique wineries.
Need to stock up on supplies? The riverside city of Algonac is a five-minute drive or 30-minute walk from the park. Port Huron, the St. Clair County seat, is also a great place to find gas and groceries or pick up an RV rental near Algonac State Park. It's known as the "Maritime Capital of the Great Lakes" and offers plenty of opportunities to soak up the scene. Board the Huron Lady II for a river crab dinner cruise, ride the famous Blue Water Trolley, and tour the historic Fort Gratiot Lighthouse. Flint is also a popular hub to rent a camper near Algonac State Park.
For a change of scene, spend the day getting to know Motor City. After half a century of neglect, Detroit has rediscovered its groove and hums with energy. Strolling around the downtown core, you'll find trendy cafes, artisan distilleries, and independent galleries on every corner. Stock up on gourmet motorhome camping supplies at Eastern Market, admire Diego Rivera masterpieces at the Detroit Institute of Arts, and visit the Motown Historical Museum.