Cascajal is a town and the fifth district of the canton of Vásquez de Coronado, province of San José, in Costa Rica, founded in 1988. It is located in the north of the canton and has a territorial extension of 131, 72 km² 1 The district is bordered on the northwest by the canton of Heredia, on the west by the Dulce Nombre de Jesús district, on the south by the district of San Rafael, on the southeast by the canton of Cartago, on the east by the canton of Oreamuno and to the northeast with the canton of Pococí.

The district is characterized by its abundant natural resources, such as the Braulio Carrillo National Park, and by the high production of dairy products, agriculture and livestock.