If you have a 30 amp rv/camper you can get a spot at one of the 3 decent Thunderbird parks most of the time same day no reservation. If you have a 50 amp better go parkit on Thursday so you have a weekend spot. On the lake and that's what we want. Lots of yahoos in the summer it's a party spot.
POST OAK Campground, no reservations required, limited spaces, drive to water access, no place to camp & see boat, have to load boat nightly. Not a good area at all. Charge nightly, not worth it. WON'T BE BACK ANYTIME.
Thunderbird has a lot of camping. Our favorite is Little Axe. You can reserve spaces (which Is fabulous) and because you have to pay $5 just to get in (if you aren't camping), there is less traffic and it is quieter. Other sites have loud parties and such… Little Axe is nice for families and quieter groups. Also, it's a peninsula by the dam, there's a quiet cove for fishing, good beaches and lake access, a play gym for kiddos and clean bathrooms. Bonnie, the camp host, and Ron (I think) are lovely and attentive. I absolutely love this site… As far as camping in Norman this is my favorite. If you're camping in Norman, try here. We've been in every season and it is always beautiful.
Beautiful and quiet! Camping with a lake view was great.
Quiet, peaceful, and fun for the two of us! Camping with a view of the lake was great.
We stayed for a few hours and had a great time! Very nice park with lots of space and big trees. It was very dark so we were able to see the stars. Really enjoyed the evening.