Cass Benton, one of the oldest and more hilly areas of Hines Park, has been popular since the 1920's when it was gifted to the Park Trustees by Cassius Benton, a former Wayne County Road Commissioner.
This picnic area is nestled under some of the largest beech and oak trees found in the park. It offers a picnic shelter and play structure. The area can hold over 100 people.
The historic comfort station is a beautiful Tudor structure with slate-covered gables and oak lintels. During the winter months, Cass Benton hill is very popular spot for sledding. There is also a disc golf course at Cass Benton Park.