Found nestled on the coast of the island closest to the Pandoran mainland, this village faces out into the oceans to the south. The land bridge is just half an hour’s walk away from it’s borders, and the sea is rich in fish, for those who know how to catch them. The town itself resembles a strange and eclectic fusion of medieval Asian and European architecture; ornate stone buildings that would look at home in early Venice squat alongside elegant-roofed boathouses straight out of the Muromachi period of Japan.
Cascade Bay's safest residences lie within the town itself, moderately well furnished single floor homes fit for two or three people. However, small one person huts and even a mansion dot the outskirts if one is willing to risk their safety for solitude or luxury.