ALGONAC STATE PARK

8732 River Road, Clay Township

The 1,550-acre park offers a wide variety of bird species in its 1,200 acres of various natural habitats that include mature oak forest, wetlands, plains prairie, and St. Clair River shoreline. Much of the park is readily accessed by a network of well-managed trails. The park is inhabited by several woodpecker species, thrushes, warblers, waterfowl, gulls, terns, and raptors.

 
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Visitors can expect to see warblers, ducks, Northern Mockingbirds, sparrows, Vireos, Snow Buntings, woodpeckers, Bald Eagles, Northern Harriers, Orchard Orioles and Northern Shovelers. Rare species include Canvasback ducks, Redhead ducks, Common Golden-eyes, Wood Thrushes, and Sandhill Cranes.

 

AMENITIES

Below is a list of amenities available at this property.

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VIEWING SEASON

Year-round viewing is available

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PARKING

Paved and gravel parking is available

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RESTROOMS

Restrooms are available on this property

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TRAIL CONDITION

There is a trail, but it is not paved

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PICNIC TABLES

There are picnic tables and picnic shelters

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BOAT LAUNCH

There is canoe and kayak access but no boat launch

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FEE

A Recreation Passport is required