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Cascadia State Park

Willamette Foothills, Oregon

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  • Cascadia State Park in the Willamette Foothills.- Cascadia State Park
  • Day use parking area and restrooms at Cascadia State Park.- Cascadia State Park
  • Map of Cascaida State Park.- Cascadia State Park
  • Information signs near the entrance of Cascadia State Park.- Cascadia State Park
  • The picnic area at Cascadia State Park.- Cascadia State Park
  • Interpretive sign near the parking area.- Cascadia State Park
  • Soda Springs in Cascadia State Park.- Cascadia State Park
  • Trailhead for Soda Creek Falls.- Cascadia State Park
  • Soda Creek Falls in Cascadia State Park.- Cascadia State Park
  • Large, open field in the day use area in Cascadia State Park.- Cascadia State Park
  • Restrooms at Cascadia State Park.- Cascadia State Park
  • Hiking trail along the river in Cascadia State Park.- Cascadia State Park
  • The South Santiam River.- Cascadia State Park
  • Hiking trail along the South Santiam River.- Cascadia State Park
  • One of the rentable day use picnic areas in Cascadia State Park.- Cascadia State Park
  • Cascadia State Park.- Cascadia State Park
  • The swimming area along the South Santiam River in Cascadia State Park.- Cascadia State Park
  • The South Santiam River.- Cascadia State Park
  • - Cascadia State Park
Overview + Weather
Pros: 
Waterfall. Campgound. Hiking trails. Swimming holes.
Cons: 
Busy in summer.
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Region:
Willamette Foothills, OR
Congestion: 
Moderate
Pets allowed: 
Yes
Parking Pass: 
Not Required
Preferable Season(s):
Winter, Spring, Summer, Fall
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Adventure Description

Adventure Description

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Nestled in the foothills of the Cascades near Sweet Home, Cascadia State Park is the perfect spot to explore waterfalls, swim, hike, and camp. Whether you're there for the day or the weekend, there is plenty to keep you busy. Hiking trails lead to the 150-foot Soda Creek Falls, and there are swimming and fishing holes along the South Santiam River. Hikers can also head out to Cascadia Cave to view Native American rock art. The small 24-site campground is first-come, first-served, with many sites located along the creek for soothing sounds. There are two reservable group tent areas and two reservable group picnic areas with covered kitchen shelter. The day use areas are open year round, while the campground is open seasonally.

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