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Illinois Amateur Softball Association Museum

Fairview Park, Casey, IL Clark County
599 Southeast 6th Street Casey Illinois 62420 US

In 2010, the IASA selected Casey as the permanent home for its Hall of Fame. The museum became a part of the current Casey Softball Hall of Honor. It is home to years of local, state, and Casey-Westfield Lady Warrior’s softball and baseball memorabilia. Open daily 8 a.m. to 4 p.m.

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Fairview Park, Casey, IL. 0 mi

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109 E Main St, Casey, IL, United States Clark County 0.52 mi

Standing 56′ 6″ tall, and 38′ from rocker end to end, is a 46,200 pound rocking chair made from Western Red Cedar, with 20″ and 7″ pipes forming a steel skeleton on the wood base. It is located directly across the street from the World’s Largest Wind Chime.

109 E Main St, Casey, IL. Clark County 0.52 mi

The beautifully landscaped steel wind chime, in downtown Casey, IL., measures 55 feet in height. The four steel pipe chimes vary in length, each creating its own unique sound. Visitors are welcome to chime the chimes, except on days of inclement weather.

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20 W. General Robey, Casey, IL. Clark County 0.53 mi

Casey’s Candy Depot will offer bulk candy, gourmet chocolates, Jelly Belly, taffy, fudge, and popcorn. It is also Home of the World’s Largest Wooden Shoes.

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20 W. General Robey St. Casey, IL Clark County 0.53 mi

In the 2017 Guinness Book, the World’s Largest Wooden Clogs have been added. They began as a chain saw carving by artist Jim Bolin, and evolved into this pair of shiny, wooden shoes after several people helped finish them. They are on display at Casey’s Candy Depot in Casey, IL.

14 South Central Avenue, Casey, Clark County, IL, USA 0.54 mi

Eighteen-Ninety Sleepover is a locally owned boutique hotel located in downtown Casey, Illinois.

While the spacious rooms show many characteristics of the 1890s, they are also equipped with several modern amenities.

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2 East Main Street, Casey, IL. Clark County 0.56 mi

The Yarn Studio showcases these big crafting tools made of solid white pine. The knitting needles weigh 50 pounds together and are more than 13 feet high. The crochet hook weights 9 pounds and is 6 feet, 1 1/2 inches tall.

19 W Main St, Casey, IL. Clark County 0.56 mi

Mail Call! This giant mailbox stands more than 32 feet tall and could hold more than 5,000 cubic feet of mail. Visitors can climb the steps into it and deposit actual mail causing the large red flag to raise.

8 W. Main St., Casey, IL. Clark County 0.56 mi

An impressive 32 ft., 6 in. long, this pencil is built from recycled material and is one of the several “World’s Largest” creations that line the streets of downtown Casey.

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203 Northeast 13th Street, Casey, IL, Clark County 0.94 mi

‘Strategically placed’ at the Casey Country Club, this wooden golf tee measures more than 30 feet from the ground to the top, with a head diameter of 6.26 feet and a shaft diameter of 2.1 feet. Constructed of yellow pine boards, it is held together by 60 gallons of glue and 120 pounds of screws. The total structure weighs 6,659 pounds.

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203 NE 13th St, Casey, Clark County, IL, United States 0.94 mi

The World’s Largest Golf Tee was constructed out of various widths of yellow pine wood, 60 gallons of glue and 120 lb of screws. The 6659 lb project took six months to complete. Future plans for the Golf Tee are to add an 18 foot diameter golf ball to the top of the Golf Tee and allow golfers to tee off from the inside.

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933 State Hwy. 49, Casey, IL 62420 1.39 mi
607 NE 13th St, Casey, IL. Clark County 1.53 mi

This 60-foot long wood and steel pitchfork weighs 1,940 pounds. It is located outside of Richards Farm Restaurant, where it is beautifully landscaped and positioned at an angle, so as to create a unique photo opportunity from several sides.

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1248 E. 1250th Rd., Casey, IL 2.06 mi

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13699 N. 550th Rd., Martinsville, IL 5.49 mi

87 sites

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15 W. Cumberland St., Martinsville, IL. Clark County 6 mi
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38 W. Cumberland, Martinsville, IL Clark County 6.11 mi
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47 W Cumberland St, Martinsville, IL. Clark County 6.12 mi
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46 W Cumberland St, Martinsville, IL. Clark County 6.12 mi
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31 West Cumberland Street, Martinsville, IL. Clark County 6.13 mi
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31 W. Cumberland, Martinsville, IL Clark County 6.13 mi
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15 W. Cumberland, Martinsville, IL 6.14 mi
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Near Cumberland & Mill Streets, Martinsville, IL Clark County 6.22 mi

This open-air venue hosts a variety of musical performances and family-friendly events throughout the year.

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119 S. Pine St. Hazel Dell IL 62428 Cumberland 7.67 mi
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7400 E 1500th Rd, Martinsville, IL, United States Clark County 7.76 mi

Representative of the brick construction of one-room schools in the 1880s, this restored building is typical of the era and the education available at that time. It is located on a spur of the National Road. Open limited Days and Appointment Only.

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620 York St., Martinsville, IL. Clark County 7.76 mi

This horseshoe is 1,144.2 lbs. of solid cast iron. It measures 5’1 1/4″ high by 5′ 8″ wide by 4′ 5/8″ thick. It was featured in a Fruit of the Loom “Lucky Looms” online advertising campaign. It held the Guinness Book of World Records title from June 21, 2013 until September 8, 2015.

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6017 East 300th Road, Martinsville, IL Clark County 8.65 mi
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649 Co. Rd. 2150 E. Casey IL 62428 Cumberland 8.7 mi

220 acres of riding are open daily with an MX track, Thompson Motorsports Practice track, 592 Pee Wee Track, GP track and plenty of trails.

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680 Rt. 130 Greenup IL 62428 Cumberland 8.76 mi

Seasonal specialties include apples (fall) and peaches (summer), but there’s a wide variety of fruits, vegetables and other goodies available. Bring the family for the fall corn maze, pumpkins, mums and even a petting zoo.

107 S. Kentucky St. Greenup IL 62428 Cumberland 9.35 mi

We are a shop of unique home décor, vintage, gourmet & more.

West of Greenup on Cumberland Rd. Greenup IL Cumberland 9.35 mi

The Historic National Road follows Old Hwy. 40 across the state. As it goes through Greenup, the road crosses the Embarras River. In 2000, the one-lane bridge was rebuilt to look old, but don’t be fooled – it has no weight restrictions and can handle a fully loaded semi!

716 E. Elizabeth St. Greenup IL 62428 Cumberland 9.58 mi
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202 Haughton Dr. (Rt. 130) Greenup IL 62428 Cumberland 9.65 mi
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Greenup, IL 10.02 mi
400 S. Haughton Hwy. Greenup IL 62428 Cumberland 10.04 mi
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100 Main St. St. Francisville IL 62460 Lawrence 10.06 mi

One of the oldest homes in St. Francisville was restored in 1983.

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106 E. Cumberland St. Greenup IL 62428 Cumberland 10.08 mi
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101 W. Cumberland St. Greenup IL 62428 Cumberland 10.1 mi
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117 W. Cumberland St. Greenup IL 62428 Cumberland 10.11 mi
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106 W. Cumberland St., Greenup, IL. 10.13 mi
101 N. Mill St. Greenup IL 62428 Cumberland 10.16 mi

The Carnegie Library has cleverly converted bookshelves into displays of medals, photos, weapons and other memorabilia. Mannequins are outfitted in soldiers’ uniforms from as far back as the Civil War. Open by appointment.

213 W. Cumberland St. Greenup IL 62428 Cumberland 10.17 mi

Who doesn’t love trains? Static displays, trains running through model layouts and even a train circling the room inches from the ceiling will grab your attention. Thurs. – Sun. 11:30am – 4pm

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213 W. Cumberland St. Greenup IL 62428 Cumberland 10.17 mi

Find exhibits related to the National Road, Abraham Lincoln, county founders and favorite sons, Jerry & Dick VanDyke. There’s also a tribute to veterans in the War Room. Wed. – Sat. 11am – 3:30pm.

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400 Mill Rd. Greenup IL 62428 Cumberland 10.5 mi

Located just off the National Road near the Covered Bridge, the winery is surrounded by 4,000 French-American hybrid grapevines. The comfortable tasting room welcomes guests to settle in for a while.

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20482 N. Park Entrance, Marshall, IL 13.1 mi
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20482 N. Park Entrance Rd., Marshall Clark County 13.1 mi

On the Lincoln Heritage Trail Road, the 2,600 acres of land, with 811 acres of water, provides camping, cabins, trails, boating, fishing and biking.

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7680 N. 1540th St., Marshall, IL Clark County 13.84 mi

Guided tours for white tail deer, quail, pheasant and chucker (in season) are available or hunt or fish on your own. Cabins sleep 4 – 6 people and the banquet hall can accommodate up to 160. The facility is open year round; reservations are required.

164 Courthouse Sq. Toledo IL 62468 Cumberland 13.98 mi
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11489 E Clarksville Rd, Marshall, IL. Clark County 14.68 mi
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18773 E. 1600th Avenue Yale IL 62481 Jasper 14.72 mi
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16985 E 1350th Rd, Marshall, IL. Clark County 15.8 mi

Enjoy recreational activities such as boating, camping, fishing, hiking and winter sports at this 1,023-acre park.

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16500 E 1350th Rd, Marshall, IL. Clark County 15.8 mi
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16985 E. 1350th Rd., Marshall, IL 15.8 mi
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13566 N. State Hwy. 1, Marshall, IL Clark County 16.22 mi
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