Hwy. 34 & 203, 2 miles west of Hardeeville, Purrysburg Road. Lonely, cross-shaped monument on the Savannah River banks marks the site of a 1731 Swiss settlement.
Savannah National Wildlife Refuge
694 Beech Hill Ln, Hardeeville, Jasper County
Make the beautiful Savannah National Wildlife Rescue Visitor Center your first stop when visiting the refuge. Open Monday – Saturday from 9:00 a.m. to 4:00 p.m.; Closed Sundays and all federal holidays. Established 1927, this refuge protects old rice fields & numerous species of wildlife including ducks, birds, deer, & alligators. Free 4-mile driving tour, sunrise to sunset.
Sergeant Jasper Park
1458 Red Dam Rd, (843)784-5130, near Hardeeville. www.jaspercountysc.gov
Parks and Recreation manages and maintains a hidden gem in Hardeeville (exit 8), known as Sgt. Jasper Park. The park is 321-acres and offers a variety of things to do such as biking, walking trails, fishing, kayaking, canoeing, birdwatching, picnicking, and disc golf.
Steam Engine No. 7
Main Street, Hardeeville. Once a workhorse of Argent Lumber Company operating in Hardeeville, the engine is a 1910 model & was actively used until 1957.