Algonac State Park contains approximately 1,500 acres and has a half-mile of St. Clair River frontage. Home to rare habitats, the lake plain prairies and oak savannas provide places to view prairie plants, birds and butterflies. One of the park's major attractions is viewing freighters of the world along the St. Clair River frontage. Archery and trap shooting are available. The park is open all year for a variety of activities including camping and a day use area. Two campgrounds are available, the Water Front and the Wagon Wheel. The day use area has a picnic area, picnic shelter, and restroom facilities.