Lake Thunderbird, OK

  • Fort Cobb Lake

    Fort Cobb Lake Fort Cobb Dam was completed by the Bureau of Reclamation in 1959. The lake formed by this dam has 4,100 surface acres and 45 miles of shoreline. The maximum depth of Fort Cobb Lake is approximately 63 feet. An excellent lake for skiing and fishing, largemouth bass and channel catfish are among the ... Fort Cobb Lake
  • Eufaula Lake

    Eufaula LakeOklahoma's largest man-made lake, Lake Eufaula, was completed in 1964 for water control for flooding and water level for the Arkansas River Waterway. The lake covers much of McIntosh and Pittsburg County and is a fabulous tourist and resort attraction with two beautiful theme type lodges. ... Eufaula Lake
  • Okmulgee Lake

    Okmulgee LakeOkmulgee Lake was built in 1926 as a water project for the City of Okmulgee, and covers 668 acres with 19 miles of shoreline. The lake is picturesque, functional, and offers many types of outdoor recreation. Several recreation areas along the east side of the shore offer camping, nature trails, ... Okmulgee Lake
  • Dripping Springs Lake

    Dripping Springs Lake Dripping Springs Lake is located above Okmulgee Lake on a large watershed and is a definite contrast to Okmulgee Lake with a flat shoreline of 18 miles, and much shallower water pool covering 1,100 acres. No water skiing is allowed. Constructed by the Soil Conservation Service around 1980, ... Dripping Springs Lake
  • Arcadia Lake

    Arcadia LakeArcadia Lake, located on the Deep Fork River, offers water-oriented recreation opportunities in an urban setting with 1,820 surface acres and 26 miles of shoreline. Lands around the lake have been developed to provide facilities of picnicking, camping, swimming, fishing, water skiing, boating and ... Arcadia Lake
  • Lake Thunderbird

    Lake ThunderbirdBlue water, oak trees and rolling hills charm millions of Norman visitors each year. Lake Thunderbird's 7,000 acres allow plenty of room for various water activities. Sandy beaches and more than 5,500 acres of Lake Thunderbird State Park horseback riding, dining, sailing, camping, windsurfing, ... Lake Thunderbird
  • Hefner Lake

    Hefner Lake is located in has 18 miles of shoreline and normally has 2,499 surface acres of water. It is located N.W. of Oklahoma City. A favorite spot for sailing and a good area to bicycle with ten miles of paved bicycle trail. Typically there is wind which also makes it a popular lake to ... Hefner Lake

Lake Thunderbird State Parksmore

Lake Thunderbird State Park
Lake Thunderbird State ParkLake 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.

Lake Thunderbird Cabinsmore

Lake Thunderbird State Park Cabins
Lake Thunderbird State Park CabinsThere are 8 one room lake huts offering a view of the lake and a cross between primitive and semi-modern camping conditions. Located in the Little Axe camping area, there are 3 comfort stations, swimming beach, boat ramps, floating docks and hiking trails available.

Lake Thunderbird Boatingmore

Lake Thunderbird Boating
Lake Thunderbird BoatingLaunch onto Thunderbird Lake at Calypso Cove Marina for a day on the water. Dependable boat rentals including, paddle boats and canoes will ensure that you experience a "Watersports Adventure" each time you visit. Groceries, boating supplies, fishing tackle, bait, full dock, picnicing and boat storage are available.

Open 7 days a week, nice weekends in April, and full time May through September. Call for boat reservations and lake information.

Lake Thunderbird Equestrianmore

Thunderbird Riding Stables
Thunderbird Riding StablesHit the trail for a day of old west adventure at Thunderbird Riding Stables where you will experience horseback riding through over 800 acres of historic land run oak and hickory forest.

Riding Stables open 9 A.M. til 6 P.M. The riding stable in the Clear Bay Area of Lake Thunderbird State Park offers trail rides and group hayrides. Call for information and reservations.

Lake Thunderbird Huntingmore

Lake Thunderbird Hunting
Hunting is allowed in specific undeveloped areas of the park that have been set aside for deer archery and water fowl hunting during Oklahoma Department of Wildlife Conservation designated seasons.

Thunderbird State Park also maintains an archery range.

Lake Thunderbird Hiking Trailsmore

Lake Thunderbird Trails
Hiking trails include the Clear Bay Nature Trail, a handicapped accessible 1/2 mile nature trail; the Clear Bay Multi-Use Trail, a 4 mile trail for hikers and mountain bikers, and the Hog Creek Interpretative trail, a 1/2 mile nature trail in the Indian Point area.

Lake Thunderbird Fishing Reportsmore

Lake Thunderbird Fishing Report

This is just to remind you that fishing reports are given with the best intentions to help you catch fish. And do remember fishing reports given a few hours ago can change due to a whole list of circumstances. But ---- they are still one of the best ways to determine if fish are biting or not. You might consider calling someone local to find out if the report is still current. Otherwise go and have a good time in participating in the challenge of catching some fish while you have fun fishing!

And if your at your destination for a day or more check out the LASR menu above for local events, attractions and businesses that are there to help make your trip more enjoyable. And thanks to those who do their best to give us great fishing information!


Lake Thunderbird Map

Lake Thunderbird Information

Fees: Park Permit Required

Location: 13 miles E of Norman on SH-9.

Contact: 405-360-3572

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