River View Park - 101 Pierce St. SW.
Established in 1914, Cascade's Riverview Park is the oldest of the city's parks. Riverview Park sets in the center of the city next to the North Fork Maquoketa River and offers great views of the river falls. The park showcases the recently constructed amphitheater and public restrooms, a small pavilion, a playground area, and has lots of shade trees. Cascade Communications Company offers free Wi-Fi to visitors of Riverview Park. The park has direct access to the river giving fishers and splashers a chance to take to the water. Riverview Park hosts many community events such as; the Rockin' on the River Music Fest which brings live music to the Amphitheater every June, July, and August; the Tri-County Car Cruise; the C.A.R.E Foundation 4th of July Dance; and the Rockin' on the River Chili Challenge in October. Within walking distance of the park, a landing and parking area gives canoers and kayakers the opportunity to float the North Fork to several points south of Cascade.
Pavilion with electricity available to rent for $10.00 fee.
Riverview Park Amphitheater
Community Park - 500 Johnson St. SW
The Community Park is the largest park at just over 8 acres. It offers a large playground area with lots of playground equipment, a baseball/softball diamond, concession stand, two tennis courts, a basketball court, two sand volleyball courts, restrooms, and ample parking. The park is busy all season long with ball tournaments, family reunions, day camps, community events, and citizens playing tennis, volleyball, and basketball.
Community Park Playground
Community Park Basketball Court
Our Community Park offers a large pavilion with electricity available to rent for a $20.00 fee and a medium pavilion with electricity available to rent for a $10.00 fee.
Contact City Hall at 563-852-3114 to inquire about available dates.