Lake Thunderbird State Park

 
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Lake Thunderbird State Park
13101 Alameda Dr
Norman, OK 73026

Park Office: 405-360-3572
State Park Website for Lake Thunderbird
Park Map (from OK State Parks)
Google Map
Oklahoma Water Atlas Map
 
 

Lake Thunderbird State Park, Oklahoma

 Located close to Norman, Lake Thunderbird State Park is a beautiful and quiet park located far enough away to feel like the woods, yet close enough to have access to Oklahoma University Sooner football games, and Oklahoma City's Attractions.

 The park is divided in half by Thunderbird lake,  to the North on the Alameda Drive side you have the Park Office, Little River Marina, playgrounds, and campgrounds like Hickory Hill; which is where we stayed and loved the lake side views! To the south on the highway 9 side you have the Crows Secret Nature Center, Thunderbird Horse Riding Stables, Clear Bay Mountain Bike Trails, campgrounds and Calypso Cove Marina.

 The Crows Secret Nature Center is a can't miss, the nature Center has many great exhibits and many great activities for the kids to see and do.

 We had a great time at the park and will definitely return for a longer stay so we can see more of the many things to do close to the park.

 Tulsa Audubon Society Thunderbird Lake Birding Guide.

Calypso Cove Marina is located in the Clearbay Area of Lake Thunderbird State Park

Lake Levels Thunderbird Lake, Norman Dam Info.

Lake Thunderbird information from ThunderBirdOK.com

 Nearby Oklahoma City and Norman have tons of things to see and do, Sam Noble Museum of Natural History, National Cowboy and Western Heritage Museum, Oklahoma City Zoo, Oklahoma City Bricktown River Area, 45th Infantry Division Museum, Bass Pro Shops, Myriad G Botanical Gardens, The Oklahoma Science Museum Omniplex, Oklahoma City National Memorial, Stockyards City, Rock Town Climbing Gym and Frontier City are just a few of the most popular.

Oklahoma Octopus in Lake Thunderbird?

Fun Fact: The Capital of Oklahoma, located in Oklahoma City, is the only state capital in the United States with a working oil well on the grounds.