Lake Thunderbird State Park
Lake Thunderbird State Park provides visitors a lakeside getaway while still within easy reach of city attractions and services. Campgrounds include Clear Bay, Indian Point, south end of Dam, South Sentinel, and Little Axe areas of Lake Thunderbird. Lake Thunderbird State Park encompasses both the north and south shores of Lake Thunderbird which can be accessed through nine entrance points: 4 at Clear Bay area on the south side, and 5 at the Indian Point area on the north.
For campers there are 21 comfort stations (15 w/showers), 29 modern RV sites with all utilities, 231 sites with water & electricity, and 291 regular campsites (no utilities). Also available are 8 one room lake huts in the Little Axe camping area, offering a view of the lake and a cross between primitive and semi-modern camping conditions. The average Price is $7.00 - $22.00, and Lake Huts $45.00 plus tax.
- Indian Point - East of Norman on Alameda St., on north side of Lake Thunderbird.
Open year round. 77 electric/water hookups, 120 primitive sites, restrooms/showers, sanitary dump stations, picnic areas, swimming beach, boat ramps, floating docks, marina, archery range, and trails.
- Clear Bay - 13 miles east of city on SH-9 on south side of lake.
Open year round. 161 electric/water hookups, 100 primitive sites, restrooms/showers, sanitary dump stations, picnic areas, boat ramps, floating docks, marina, grocery, restaurant, swimming beach, playgrounds, equestrian facilities, hay rides, trails, and Crow's Secret Nature Center.
- Little Axe - East of Norman on Hwy 9 E.
Picnic shelters, tables, grills, showers, restrooms, 8 lake huts, swimming beach, electrical hookups, trailer sanitary stations, boat ramps, and floating docks. 405/360-3572
- George M. Sutton Urban Wilderness Area
12th Avenue NE and Rock Creek Road.
Includes wilderness area, adult and youth fishing and hiking.