Residents   /   Parks


Algonac has five parks and nearly 17 acres of open recreational space for community use: 

  • Smith Field is located on Smith and Michigan Streets with a baseball backstop and the Algonac Skate Park. 
  • Riverfront Park is located along the St. Clair River on the east side of M-29 with its half-mile board walk, gazebo, boat launch, Life Jacket Loaner Station, memorial      Adirondack chairs, painted bollards and blooming gardens. The gazebo can be reserved for private events. 
  • Scout Drive Tot Lot  is located on Scout Drive at Columbia Street. 
  • Columbia Street Playground  is located at the corner of Columbia and Market Streets near the water tower. 
  • Lions Field is located on Michigan Street near Dixie Boulevard and includes the Algonac Community Pool, basketball courts, large play structures, horseshoe pits, memorial gardens, a large gazebo and dog park. 

Pool Advisory Committee

The Algonac pool was built in 1957.  Due to severe water loss, the pool was closed in July, 2020.  With repair costs estimated to exceed $250,000, a Pool Advisory Committee was formed to review the needs of the community and the features that a new pool would need to accommodate those needs.  Members of the Pool Advisory Committee were solicited via city newsletter and Facebook.  They held electronic meetings on February 16, 2021 and February 22, 2021.  Members included residents Gale Anthony, Diane Chimielewski, Lisa Clark, Angela Rochon, Melissa Walczak, and City Manager Denice Gerstenberg, Fire Chief Joe Doan, DPW Foreman Joe Vernier and Architect George Hartman.  Information gathered was used by the architect to draft a proposal for City Council.  

All parks are available for adoption through the Adopt -a -Park program. 

Adopt-A-Park Application
Gazebo Rental Application

Dog Park Memorial Paver Application