Built in 1984,
Cascara is an ideal place for small
medium sized groups to meet. Set on the side of a hill, Cascara
bedrooms, each with four bunk beds, four upstairs, and two
has a double restroom with shower on each floor, a small
kitchen and a piano.
popular meeting site is ideal for both
overnight committee meetings, staff trainings, planning and church
retreats, small group get-togethers, and small social gatherings.
two-story, self-contained, adult and older youth conference lodge is
with six bedrooms, restrooms with showers on two floors, a kitchen,
large meeting/lounging area. Each bedroom accommodates up to four
persons on four bunk beds for a total of 24 persons. The common area
can be set for meetings of up to 30 people. Meals can be provided by
4-H Center staff.
service at Cascara House is available on
but a cost advantage for many overnight groups is the building is
with a small kitchen that allows for groups to prepare their own
Day groups often ask for coffee service and a luncheon may be
with the Hospitality Coordinator.
Group members may park around Cascara
and load personal gear and equipment. For small groups, parking at
House is available. Large groups will find it necessary to park in
parking lot and walk up the hill to Cascara. The road behind and
Cascara House must be kept clear at all times as a fire road.
Cascara House kitchen is available for
Meal preparation should be no different than you would do at home
own kitchen. Please make sure that you clean up after yourself.
dishwasher using the posted instructions, wipe down the counters,
the floor and turn off appliances such as the coffee pots, stove,
and so forth.
Group members must provide their own bedding
sleeping bags or bed rolls), pillows, towels, toiletries, and
items. The 4-H Center does not have any of these items available.