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Class B

A formal-sounding name for camper van, but just as photogenic.

Class A

Drivers should be comfortable driving bus-sized vehicles and dealing with parking limitations. Great for delivery.

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Located just outside of Oklahoma City, OK and less than two hours away from Tulsa, Lake Thunderbird State Park is one of the most visited state parks in the area. With a large lake at the very center, Lake Thunderbird State Park is suitable for anyone who wishes to have an active camping trip and be close to a large urban zone. Lake Thunderbird was constructed in 1956 to provide the nearby communities with drinking water. The area around the lake soon became a state park thanks to the efforts of the Bureau of Reclamation.

Today, Lake Thunderbird State Park is a popular destination for campers who want to engage in water sports, go fishing, hike the trails, or view wildlife. This state park has something to offer to anyone, regardless of your idea of the perfect camping trip. When you want to spend some time at Lake Thunderbird State Park, book an RV in Cleveland County and start your adventure.

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Getting Outdoors

Lake Thunderbird State Park has some of the best hiking trails in this part of Oklahoma. There is a whole network of trails that go all around the state park. Most of them are very close to the lake, allowing the hikers to enjoy the magnificent nature of central Oklahoma and take stunning pictures. The majority of the trails are beginner-friendly, while some of them could be a bit challenging. A couple of trails are reserved for horseback riding, with obstacles along the way.

Anglers from all around Oklahoma come to Lake Thunderbird because of excellent fishing opportunities. There are two marinas near the lake where visitors may rent a boat and use the ramp to launch it safely into the water. You may also find the basic fishing gear at the bait shops close to the marinas. The lake is incredibly clean, so it shouldn't be surprising to discover that a variety of fish species live here. Lake Thunderbird State Park campers might catch catfish, white bass, largemouth bass, crappie, and sockeye.

The location of Lake Thunderbird State Park makes this place very attractive to birdwatchers. They come here all year round because the lake and the surrounding forests offer plenty of birding opportunities. This state park is inhabited by several species of birds, while others pass through the area during the migration. Some of the permanent inhabitants of this state park are little blue heron, mallard, red-winged blackbird, and Canada goose. These birds can be found in the woods near the lake. Make sure you pick up a birding pamphlet from the campground’s office that will tell you more about the birds you are observing.

Camping at Lake Thunderbird State Park

Lake Thunderbird State Park has a campground that is well-equipped with facilities and features, making this place very popular among outdoor enthusiasts. There are over 200 sites that can accommodate long vehicles and RVs within this state park. Campers may also use restrooms, showers, picnic areas, playgrounds, and boat ramps. Pets are welcome at the campground, but they need to be kept on a leash at all times.

Potential campers will have access to 30 full hookup sites. The rest of the sites only have water and electricity hookups. Campers may choose between 15, 30, and 50-amp power. Each site has a picnic table and a small fire pit. Those who want to go RV camping at Lake Thunderbird State Park should make a reservation in advance. You may do so either online or by contacting the campground’s office via phone.

Exploring the Area

Oklahoma City is the capital of Oklahoma and the largest city in the state. The city has a lot of history, and visitors may get to know the city by visiting museums, walking through the downtown area, and exploring other important landmarks. One of them is the Oklahoma City National Memorial. This city survived the biggest domestic terrorist attack in April of 1995. The memorial was built to remember the innocent victims and people who helped save hundreds of lives. The complex is quite large, with several sections that tell a story of the events that changed Oklahoma City forever.

The Oklahoma History Center is the place to be should you want to immerse yourself in fascinating history and go back in time. This museum took years to build, and the curated collections are magnificent. Although the museum opened its doors in 2005, today, visitors may tour the 215,000 square feet building and get to know Oklahoma City through the centuries. Each section of the museum covers a different period in the development of this place. From the Native American tribes that lived on this land, to rock musicians from Oklahoma, and space exploration – the Oklahoma History Center covers nearly every topic and event that helped shape this state.

When you are going motorhome camping with your kids and want to keep them entertained, the Science Museum could be a good option for your family. The museum is created around the idea that everyone can understand science if they try it out. Therefore, this place is filled with interactive exhibits that can teach visitors about various things around them. For instance, visitors can see how bridges are built and even construct their own on the spot.

There are so many things to see in Oklahoma City, and you might feel hungry at some point. The downtown area is known for its great restaurants, as well as delicious street food. Enjoy your meal in one of the fancier restaurants, or simply grab a bite to eat on the go, depending on your mood.

Oklahoma is a beautiful state with many natural wonders. After your adventure at Lake Thunderbird State Park and Oklahoma City, drive north to a place called Tonkawa and see Great Salt Plains State Park along the way.

Popular nearby hiking trails and campgrounds


  • Hiking TrailLocation
  • Lake Thunderbird: Hog Creek Trail, OKLake Thunderbird State Park, OK
  • Clear Bay Trail , OKLittle River State Park, OK
  • Sutton Wilderness Trail, OKNorman, OK
  • Draper Lake Mountain Bike Park Trail, OKLake Stanley Draper, OK
  • Oklahoma River Trail, OKOklahoma City, OK
  • Will Rogers Gardens Park Trail, OKOklahoma City, OK
  • Dolese Youth Park Trail Loop, OKOklahoma City, OK
  • West River Trail, OKOklahoma City, OK
  • Arcadia Lake Trail , OKTinker Creek Park, OK
  • Lake Hefner Trail, OKLake Hefner Park, OK

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