Lake Thunderbird

Description:

Norman Dam and Lake Thunderbird, features of the Norman Project, are located on Little River about 13 miles east of downtown Norman. The lake provide municiapal water to Norman, Midwest City and Del City. The lake has approximtaely 6,000 water surface acres, 7,108 land acres and has 86 miles of shoreline. Extensive recreational facilites have been construted at he lake as part of Lake Thunderbird State Park. The facilities include several hundred cmapsites (many with full hookups), lake huts, several boat ramps, developed hiking and biking trails, pinnic areas, picnic shleters, two marians, restaurants and riding stables. Accessible from numerous roads. Fishing year-around. Species include largemouth bass, catfish, crappie, saugeye and white bass.

Directions:

Site is about 13 miles east of Norman off State Road 9. About 30 miles southeast of Oklahoma City.

Phone:

405-360-3572

Email:

Thunderbird@otrd.state.ok.us

Address:

Lake Thunderbird State Park 13101 Alameda Drive Norman, OK 73026

Activities:

Biking Boating Camping Interpretive Programs Fishing Hiking Horseback Riding Hunting Picnicking Recreational Vehicles Visitor Center Water Sports Swimming Site

Organization:

BOR - Bureau of Reclamation

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