Jasper Co. Area | Dining

Hardeeville Coffee Houses

Dunkin’ Donuts
524 Independence Blvd, (843) 784-5555

Hardeeville Dining

Chickin Lickin
16161 Whyte Hardee Blvd, (843)784-5141

Hashtag B’stro
19000 Whyte Hardee Blvd, 843-288-3165

Southern Spice Deli & Catering
246 Mead Rd, (843)784-3354

Tailgators Bar & Grille
1108 Argent Blvd, (843)645-2337


Ridgeland Coffee

PJ’s Coffee
8026 East Main St, (843)726-8888

Ridgeland Breweries

River Dog Brewing Company
591 Browns Cove Rd N, Okatie

Ridgeland Dining

Alchile Mexican Grill
8084 E Main St, 843-726-4289

Duke’s BBQ
10190 S Jacob Smart Blvd, ( 843)726-6244

Eats & Sweets Bakery & Cafe
7752 W Main St, (843)645-0888

Fiddlers Seafood Restaurant
7738 W Main St, ( 843)726-6691

Pizza Bella on Main
8196 E Main St, (843)717-3111

Roxy’s Breakfast & Lunch
11382 N Jacob Smart Blvd, 843-717-2967

Taqueria Rocio
7715 W Main St, (843)726-8273


Point South Dining

Hunt Brothers Pizza Shop
14 Campground Rd, (843)726-5733

698 Kings Hwy, (843)726-5008

Harold’s Country Club
97 Hwy 17A & Pocotaligo Road, (843) 589-4360

Waffle House
41 Yemassee Rd, (843)726-6006


Yemassee Distillery

Lucky Duck Distillery
17 Yemassee Hwy, (843)589-5440

Yemassee Dining

Lowcountry Living Room Coffee House
216 Hwy 17-A, (843)384-9650

Harold’s Country Club
97 Hwy 17A & Pocotaligo Road, (843) 589-4360


Jasper Co. Area | Sights to See

Jasper County Sights to See

Hardeeville Sites

Ridgeland Sites

Argent Steam Engine “Old Number 7”
36 Main Street, Hardeeville
This rare train was built around 1910 by the H.K. Porter Company. “Number 7” was used to haul timber. It is a wonderful relic for the logging and lumbering industry.
History and Nature are Alive in Hardeeville Blog Post

Blue Heron Nature Trail
321 Bailey Lane, Ridgeland | (843)726-7611
This easy walking 0.6 mile loop is home to turtles, ducks, wading herons, and alligators. The path leads visitors around a pond and into a low-lying wooded. area. The Nature Center is open for viewing Monday thru Friday 9:00am to noon.
Ridgeland’s Blue Heron Nature Trail Blog Post

Hardeeville Dog Park
285 John Smith Road | (843)227-4089
Bring your dog to the Hardeeville Dog Park and spend the afternoon off-leash without worries. The park is divided into three areas for small, large, and senior dogs ages 7 and older.  The park also has a water fountain for dogs.

Church of the Holy Trinity, Grahamville
2718 Bees Creek Road, Ridgeland | (843)726-3743
This stately Episcopal Church was spared on General Sherman’s march through the area simply because it had been used as a headquarters for Federal troops during the Civil War. Built at Grahamville in 1855, the church now has a recently refurbished interior. A more modern parish house nearby simulates the Gothic design of the church building. The church Bible, probably stolen during the Civil War, was returned to Grahamville in 1928. A New York music publisher had discovered it in an attic.
Historic Churches of Ridgeland Blog Post

Hardeeville Methodist Church
111 Main Street, Hardeeville
No sooner had the Hardeeville Methodist Church been dedicated for worship in 1860 than the nation was launched into civil war and the building was put to use as a hospital. The frame church building originally contained a sizeable gallery for use by local slaves. Church members also adhered to the custom of seating men on the right and women on the left.
History and Nature are Alive in Hardeeville Blog Post

Euhaw Baptist Church
2576 Bees Creek Road, Ridgeland | (843)726-3343
Although the existing building at Grahamville is relatively new, the original Euhaw Baptist Church was organized in 1751 as part of the Charles Town Baptist Association. Located on Euhaw Creek, a few miles from the present site, the original building fell into disuse as families began moving to Grahamville, and in 1865 it was destroyed by Union troops. The present structure, built in 1907 has beautiful twin towers on each side of the entrance.
Historic Churches of Ridgeland Blog Post

Hardeeville Recreation Center
285 John Smith Road | (843)227-4089
This state of the art 35,000 square foot facility has a fully equipped fitness center, indoor walking track, basketball courts, Tai Chi classes, yoga and much, much more.

Gillisonville Baptist Church
10158 Grays Highway, Ridgeland
Gillisonville was the governmental seat of Beaufort District when the church building was completed in 1838. The pulpit, in fact, had once been the judge’s seat. All that has been changed on this simple but beautiful church is the steeple, which was demolished by a Union cannon during the Civil War. Box pews and a slave gallery in the rear remains today. Union troops used the church as a headquarters during the war, and one of the old Communion plates still used today is inscribed: “War of 1861-2-3-4. Feb. 1865 This done by a Yankee soldier.”
Historic Churches of Ridgeland Blog Post

Purrysburg Monument
Hwy. 34 & 203, 2 miles west of Hardeeville, Purrysburg Road
Purrysburg was founded in 1732 by Swiss Huguenots but failed due to competition from nearby Savannah. A cross marks the settlement’s location on the Savannah River today, celebrating Hardeeville’s earliest history.
History and Nature are Alive in Hardeeville Blog Post

Morris Center for Lowcountry Heritage
10782 Jacob Smart Boulevard South, Ridgeland | (843)284-9227
Located in the heart of downtown Ridgeland in a historic Sinclair Service Station, the Morris Center for Lowcountry Heritage is a learning and exhibition center dedicated to preserving and nurturing the history, culture and spirit of Jasper County and its surrounding counties.

Savannah National Wildlife Refuge
The Savannah National Wildlife Refuge Visitor Center and nature trail is located on Hwy 17, north of the Georgia border, near Hardeeville. The 5-mile drive through old rice field dikes can be accessed via Hwy 170. The refuge is home to over 7,000 acres of wetlands flora and fauna. There are also over 40 miles of hiking and biking trails for your enjoyment.
Trail Map
Savannah National Wildlife Refuge Blog Post

Pratt Memorial Library
451A Wilson Street, Ridgeland |(843)726-774
Jasper County’s public library in Ridgeland is significant both for what it houses and for its exterior. Inside, the walls of the library are graced with more than 200 portraits and maps relating to lowcountry history. Some 250 rare books tell the history of the area, and archeological artifacts make for fascinating displays. Outside, the building is adorned by a beautiful garden designed by nationally renowned landscape architect Richard K. Webel. It was Mrs. Webel who donated the building to the people of Jasper County in memory of her late husband, Frederic R. Pratt. The building was formerly a part of the Ridgeland Elementary School, built in the 1920’s.

Sergeant Jasper Park
This park features walking trails, kayak and canoe rentals, and a disk golf course, along with a playground and meeting facility.
Sergeant Jasper Park Blog Post

Robertville Baptist Church
26 Robertville Drive, Robertville
Black Swamp Baptist Church was organized in 1781, but its church building was burned by Sherman’s troops during the Civil War. About three years later the Black Swamp congregation bought the present-day structure, then a 20-year-old Episcopal Church building, and moved it from Gillisonville. The white frame building has Greek Revival architectural features. Black Swamp Baptist was renamed Robertville Baptist in 1934 to honor the native Robert family, one member of which was the author of Robert’s Rules of Order.
Historic Churches of Ridgeland Blog Post

Thomas Heyward Jr. Tomb
Thomas Heyward, Jr. (1749-1809) was most famous as a signer of the Declaration of Independence. He was a member of the South Carolina Bar, a statesman, a circuit court judge, and a founder and the first president of the Agricultural Society of South Carolina. When he was named a delegate to the Continental Congress in 1776 he was not yet 30 years old. The burial site is across the creek from White Hall Plantation where Heyward lived. A half-mile-long lane of live oaks leads from Highway 462 to the family cemetery where the State of South Carolina erected a monument and bust of Heyward in 1920.

Jasper Co. Area | Accommodations

Jasper County Accommodations


Camp Lake Jasper
44 Camp Lake Drive

The Oaks Campground
1292 Campground Rd, (843)726-5728
I-95, Exit 33 at Hwy 17
RV, tent sites, full hookup.

Point South KOA Kampground
Point South, (843)726-5733, (800)562-2948
I-95, Exit 33 at Hwy 17
RV, camping cabins, authentic railroad camping caboose, tent sites, Lake Tullifinny, hot tub, pool, wi-fi, movies, rec room with 50″ big screen TV, convenience store, carry-out pizza & coffee house.
Point South KOA Blog Post


Best Western Plus
18102 Whyte Hardee Blvd, (843)784-2121

Days Inn by Wyndham
16633 Whyte Hardee Blvd.

Deluxe Inn
19725 Whyte Hardee Blvd.

Econo Lodge Inn & Suites
19534 Whyte Hardee Blvd, 510-6444

Holiday Inn Express
145 Independence Blvd.
843-784-2800, 888-465-432

Motel 6 
120 Independence Blvd
843-784-3192, 800-466-8356

Quality Inn & Suites
19000 Whyte Hardee Blvd.

Red Roof Inn
1122 Hummingbird Lane

Sleep Inn
16553 Whyte Hardee Blvd.

Super 8
19289 Whyte Hardee Blvd.
843-784-2151, 800-454-3213

Jasper Co. Area | Tours

Jasper County Tours


The City of Hardeeville sits just off Interstate 95. In the downtown area you can find Argent Engine #5. It is a testimony to the days when the Argent Lumber Company was an integral part of the area’s economy. Mill Pond Landing is the host of several fishing tournaments and the annual Hardeeville Native American Pow Wow. If you’re looking for a nature hike in Hardeeville, look no farther than Sgt Jasper Park. Located just outside of town, this is a great place to get off the interstate and stretch your legs in the heart of the Lowcountry.

A little way from the landing, a cross shaped monument stands where the settlement of Purrysburg once was. Land was given to Swiss colonizer Jean Pierre Purry in 1731 by the King of England but the establishment failed. Located just south of Hardeeville is the Savannah National Wildlife Refuge. The refuge offers a variety of opportunities to explore and enjoy the great outdoors from sunrise to sunset every day. You can observe and photograph wildlife, fish, or during the season, hunt white-tailed deer.

The Hardeeville Chamber hosts a fun filled SC/GA Border Cook Off BBQ competition each spring.


The Town of Ridgeland is also just off Interstate 95 and accessible from exits 21 and 22. The Blue Heron Nature Trail is a terrific place to stop to give everyone in the family, even your four legged members, a chance to stretch out their legs and get a breath of fresh air. There are many Historic Churches in Ridgeland and the surrounding villages. Ridgeland is also the home of the Blue Heron Nature Trail, Morris Center and Harold Turpin Park.

The town celebrates its connection with the Gopher Tortoise each year in October at the Gopher Hill Festival. In February, the Jasper County Jamboree draws sportsmen and women from all across the nation to compete in this American Kennel Club event.

Both the City of Hardeeville and the Town of Ridgeland offer several choices for accommodations and dining experiences. They are great examples of typical small towns in the South Carolina Lowcountry. You can learn more about these wonderful communities at the Jasper County Chamber of Commerce.


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