Lake Thunderbird, Oklahoma

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Lake Thunderbird

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Lake Thunderbird in central Oklahoma is located just east of Norman. Lake Thunderbird has 86 miles of shoreline and 6,070 surface acres. Lake Thunderbird, which is close to the Oklahoma City metro area, provides a great spot for hiking, camping, fishing, and water sports.

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LAKE SIZE:
Lake Thunderbird has 86 miles of shoreline and 6,070 surface acres.

MAPS:
Lake Thunderbird Map

CONTACT INFO AND DIRECTIONS:
(405) 360-3572

GENERAL:
Boat Docks, Boat Ramps, Drinking Water, Fuel, Groceries, Group Facilities, Handicap Access, Marina, Outdoor Grills, Pets Allowed, Picnic Area, Picnic Tables, Restrooms, Telephones

CAMPING:
Dump, Primitive Camping, RV Hookup Sites, Showers, Tent Sites

FISH SPECIES:
Channel Catfish, Crappie, Largemouth Bass, Saugeye, White Bass

TRAILS:
Bicycle Trails, Equestrian Trails, Hiking Trails

ACTIVITIES:
Boating
Horse Rental
Swimming Beach
WATER SPORTS:
Boat Rental
Canoeing
Canoe Rental
Jet Skiing
Paddle Boat Rental
Sailing
Wakeboarding
Water Skiing

 


FEATURED BUSINESSES:
  • Advantage Tree & Landscape Co. LLC – Landscaping
    (405) 310-3999 – www.advantagetlc.com
  • Bubba’s – 1 mile from Thunderbird – Great catfish, pulled pork nachos, and home cooking! (405) 366-0349 – 10810 Alameda DR. Norman, Ok 73026

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    Comments

    1. Im so glad I joined this site! I have learned a lot about of state’s lakes! Thanks!

    2. I fish Lake Thunderbird quite a bit. It’s a tough Lake, but can be rewarding!

      • P.K. Tarpenning says:

        I live in Texas, but am going to fish on Lake Thunderbird in May, and I would really like to speak with someone who is familiar with the lake. Would you possibly consider giving me a call at your convenience? You can respond to my email address directly, and if it works out I will give my number at that time. Not trying to take up too much of your time, just looking for another fisherman’s advice.

    3. Learn to sail or hang with people that love to spend time on lake Thunderbird!

    4. We stayed at the little Axe camping ground the Woman at the gate is rude and hateful. She also tells you the wrong information. If I had a job looking at a beautiful lake all day I would thank God for being so lucky and be a little nicer.

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