Cascadia State Park

General Advisory
Campfire ban now in effect for Cascadia State Park. ODF South Cascade District, East Lane County issued the ban effective July 31, 2015. All campfires are prohibited, even in developed sites and campfire rings. Candles, torches and charcoal briquettes are also banned. Campers can still use portable cooking stoves with pressurized liquefied gas.

Symbols represent major park features & activities. Blue icons mean some/all are ADA accessible.

The first thing that strikes you when you arrive at Cascadia is the tranquility. While the park is quite large, there are barely two dozen first-come first-served campsites, making this a great spot for an intimate getaway. The campground, group tent sites and east picnic area are open May 1-September 30. The west picnic area is open year-round.

A pair of hiking trails give you a chance to explore the area. A three-quarter mile trail leads to the spectacular Soda Creek Falls. A newer trail ushers you through historic Douglas-fir trees along the South Santiam River (a good place to fish and swim). Ruts from the historic Santiam Wagon Road are visible in the park (the trail was used as a military route in the 1800s).

Campground info

  • 25 tent sites with water nearby (maximum site length 35 feet)
  • Two reservable group tent areas
  • Two reservable group picnic areas with covered kitchen shelters and electricity
  • Large open play meadow
  • Off-leash area for pets