Cascade Park (also known as Cascade Camp, Wenas Camp, and Wenas-Audubon Camp) is primarily a large dispersed camping area located next to Wenas Creek on the Green Dot Road System of the Wenas Wildlife Area. The campsites are free, first-come/first-served with Discover Pass required. The camping area is large with multiple Green Dot Roads crossing it, and three CXT toilets available (spaced out across the large area). The area is great for wildlife viewing and is a popular birding hot spot (with an annual event hosted by the Audubon Society at this location each Memorial Day weekend).
There are not official hiking trails in the area, but hiking is permitted along Green Dot Roads (open to recreational vehicle travel) and closed roads (closed to motorized use), and additionally cross-country travel is relatively easy in the open parkland near the camping area, both along Wenas Creek and accessing the ridgelines near the campground. The area is managed for high wildlife values and to protect wintering wildlife, so access is gated approximately 1 mile from Cascade Camp from December 15 - May 1 each year. Parking is extremely limited when the gate is closed, and vehicle turn-around is difficult. Once the gate is open for the season, access is fairly easy for vehicles with decent ground clearance. Smaller passenger vehicles may have difficulty, particularly when the roads are wet and muddy.