Lake Thunderbird

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Water is stored in Lake Thunderbird, the reservoir produced by the construction of Norman Dam,Norman Project, and is pumped into two pipelines, one serving Norman, Oklahoma and the other serving suburbs of Oklahoma City. It is the largest body of water within a 100-mile radius. Norman Dam is on the confluence of Hog Creek and Little River. The Lake is approximately 6,000 acres of open water. Accessible from numerous roads. Several boat ramps and camping facilities. Predominate species include largemouth bass, crappie, catfish, and saugeye. Fishing is year-round.. Current Reservoir levels
Getting There:
Site is about 13 miles east of Norman off State Road 9. About 30 miles southeast of Oklahoma City.

Additional Park Information:

Agency Name: Bureau of Reclamation

Contact Information:
Lake Thunderbird State Park
Rt. 4
Box 277
Norman, OK

Park Activities:
Biking | Boating | Camping | Educational Programs | Fishing | Hiking | Horseback Riding | Hunting | Museum Visitor Center | Recreational Vehicles | Water Sports |

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