Algonac, Michigan is about 50 miles northeast of Detroit. Located at the end of the St. Clair River, the City of Algonac and the Township of Clay together are often referred to as the “Venice of Michigan,” with their many isles and canals. The area boasts the best pickerel fishing in the Great Lakes, great water fowl spotting in the St. Johns Marsh, a popular state park on the shore just north of Algonac, an automobile ferry to historic Harsens Island as well as a ferry to Walpole Island, considered the international gateway to Michigan.

This camera is made possible by the Algonac-Clay Historical Society and the City of Algonac, and joins our other St. Clair River cameras, Port Huron and Marine City, Michigan. Check out the great history of Algonac and all its news and events!

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