NORMAN — Revenue generated from a fee program implemented by Oklahoma State Parks is already being put to use on improvements at Lake Thunderbird State Park, park officials say.

In an attempt to fund park projects and maintenance, Oklahoma State Parks began charging entrance fees at Lake Thunderbird State Park and the 21 other state parks in June 2020. As of July 2021, Norman’s state park had generated $244,557 through the program.

 

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