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Casey (pronounced CAY-zee) is a city in Clark and Cumberland counties in the U.S. state of Illinois. The population was 2,762 at the 2010 census. The Cumberland County portion of Casey is part of the Charleston–Mattoon Micropolitan Statistical Area. Casey is the home to several Guinness World Record constructions. #BigThingsInASmallTown include Wind Chime, Rocking Chair, Knitting Needles, Crochet Hook, Pitchfork, Golf Tee, Yardstick, Wooden Token, Dutch Wooden Shoes, Mailbox, Pencil and Birdcage.

Places to Visit near Casey


World’s Largest Rocking Chair

The World’s Largest Rocking Chair.. One of many big things in this small town!

World's Largest Mailbox

The largest mailbox measures 162.63 m³ (5,743.41 ft³) and was created by Jim Bolin (USA) and verified in Casey, Illinois, USA, on 20 October 2015. There is a hidden stairway located in the post stand and visitors can climb up inside the actual mailbox.

World's Largest Pitchfork

Did you know that the Pitchfork is the tallest of the World’s largest attraction in Casey, IL? Measuring 60 feet in length and 1,940lbs, this unique attraction located at Richards Farm Restaurant makes for a fun photo!

Big Things in a Small Town Workshop

It's right behind the world's largest wind chimes! This is where Casey's many recording breaking large objects are conceived and created. Watch what they're working on, and learn about Casey's Big Things in a Small Town initiative. 

Campgrounds and RV Parks near Casey


Buffalo Rock State Park

on the site of a former french trading post

Buffalo Rock is said to have served the French as an early military, trading and missionary post. LaSalle and Tonty, after building Fort St. Louis on Starved Rock during the winter of 1882-1883, gathered almost 4,000 Indian warriors at the front of Buffalo Rock and formed a confederation against the Iroquois. Among the tribes in the confederation were the Miami who built their own fort on Buffalo Rock. In more recent history, Buffalo Rock was used by a religious sect for camp meetings, and later as a site for a tuberculosis sanatorium. The Crane Company of Chicago purchased Buffalo Rock in 1912 and for a period of about 16 years maintained a sanatorium for sick employees and a summer vacation ground for thousands of employees and their families. In 1927 the Crane Company moved their recreation park to a larger area, donating the original site to the state to become a park. The deed to the property was turned over to the State of Illinois on November 15, 1928, with the provision that it would become a permanent state park and that the caretaker, Robert Barnett, who was then 72 years of age, be retained in that capacity for the remainder of his lifetime as a reward for his loyal services. Three primitive camping areas exist along the trail between Buffalo Rock and Utica for open camping. Each campsite has a fire ring but no water or restroom facilities are available. Sites are accessible by walk-in or bike-in only; no vehicular access is allowed. One of the camping areas designed for youth camping has a shelter with a fireplace. No campsites can be reserved.

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Rock Cut State Park

up to 199 electric sites

The park has 199 electric sites in 4 areas, Prairie View, White Oak, Plum Grove and Stag Horn and 55 non-electric site in our Hickory Hills area. There are two shower houses with flush toilets centrally located in the campground. The shower house in Plumb Grove is open year round.A camp store is located in the center of the campground, near the Plum Grove camping area. They carry ice, firewood, ice cream, coffee, snacks, and other sundry or grocery items. Hours of operations are posted at the camp store or in a brochure given to campers when they register.We have an equestrian camping area with primitive camping without showers and electricity. This area has maximum area capacity of 40 people.

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Thor Industries

Thor Industries

Parent of brands like Airstream®, Thor Industries owns companies that together represent the world’s largest RV manufacturer.

Road Bear RV

Road Bear RV

From 1980, when they built their first Camper Van, to today, Road Bear has been on an unquestioning quest to 'be the best for the customer'.

Roadtrippers

Roadtrippers

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TH2

TH2

TH2 is a joint venture created by travel giants: Thor Industries, the world’s largest RV manufacturer, and thl, the world’s largest RV rental and sales operator.

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