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Algonac State Park (Phase 2)
The DNR is in the process of developing a new phase 2 general management plan for Algonac State Park. Algonac State Park is best known for its views of freighters traveling along the St. Clair River. The 1,550-acre park boasts a half-mile of riverfront, shooting range, campgrounds, trails and a 1,200-plus-acre dedicated natural area. The park features rare habitats, including lake plain prairies and oak savannas that are home to 22 threatened, endangered or special-concern species of plants, birds and butterflies.
General management plans are used to define a long-range planning and management strategy that protects a state park's resources while addressing recreation and education needs and opportunities. Public and stakeholder input is a critical component of the planning process. The updated phase 2 general management plan will replace the existing phase 2 plan by re-establishing long-range action goals for the park and each of the management zones defined in the phase 1 plan.
- View Jan. 20, 2022 public input meeting video recording
- Jan. 20, 2022 public input meeting questions and answers
- Algonac State Park phase 2 general management plan (DRAFT)
- Algonac State Park phase 2 general management plan (approved 2008)
- Algonac State Park phase 1 general management plan (approved 2005)
Public input opportunities
A public meeting was held Jan. 20, 2022, and the meeting recording is available.
Please contact Matt Lincoln at LincolnM@Michigan.gov with any questions.