Fairview Park

In 1996, the City of Casey entered into an intergovernmental agreement with the Casey Township Park District to operate, partially fund, and maintain Fairview Park. Fairview Park consists of 40 acres in the Southeast section of Casey with the following amenities: children's playground area, soccer area, skate park/bike park, basketball courts, bandstand, horse arena, horseshoe pitching court, tractor pull, a paved walking path, sunken flower garden, memorial garden, five pavilions with grills, several shaded picnic areas, twin ponds for fishing, as well as a nicely shaded campground facility with water and electrical hook-ups, dump station, fire pits, and restrooms and shower facility.

There are also four ball diamonds that are used by boys and girls summer leagues and travel teams, the Casey-Westfield junior high softball and baseball teams, Casey-Westfield high school softball teams, and recreational softball teams.

Also located in the Park is the Illinois Amateur Softball Association Hall of Fame and Museum along with the Casey Softball Association Hall of Fame.

There are a variety of family oriented summer festivals and activities held in our beautiful Park:

Fairview Park Bridge

  • Illinois Amateur Softball Association Hall of Fame Events
  • Casey Softball Association Hall of Honor Ceremony
  • 4th of July Celebration
  • Labor Day Weekend Annual Popcorn Festival
  • Central Illinois Garden Tractor Pulls
  • Antique Tractor Pulls
  • Christmas in the Park, December
  • Live Nativity in the Park, December

    For more information on Fairview Park & park events, visit our Events Page 

401 E Monroe
Casey, IL 62420
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