Location & Infrastructure
Reaching the Rest of the World.
Bordering Mississippi and Alabama, and in between Nashville and Memphis, Hardin County is a strategic location for any business. The Savannah/Hardin County Airport, located within the county, has a 5,000-foot runway, which can land larger planes and makes traveling to Southwest Tennessee comfortable and convenient. U.S. Highway 64 connects Hardin County to major markets, many of which are less than just a few hours away.
TransCanada is currently building a new compressor station for a natural gas line running through the area, bringing natural gas from Appalachia to area businesses and homes.
U.S. Highway 64 passes through the county east to west. Interstate 40 is just 45-50 miles away via State Highway 128 and U.S. Highway 641 from Savannah. Other state highways include 15, 22, 57, 69, 104, 114, 142, 203, 226 and 421. Kansas City Southern Railway serves the southern part of Hardin County.
Hardin County has its own general aviation airport, Savannah-Hardin County Airport. It has a 5,000-foot runway and is only 100 miles away from Memphis. McKellar Sipes Regional Airport is the nearest commercial service airport and is in Jackson, just 59 miles away.
The Mississippi River in Memphis (120 miles away) and the Cumberland River in Nashville (140 miles away) are the closest navigable waterways.
|Nearest Commercial Service Airport||McKellar Sipes (Jackson)|
|Distance to Nearest Commercial Service Airport||59 miles|
|Daily Flights At Nearest Commercial Service Airport||7|
|Nearest General Aviation Airport||Savannah-Hardin County|
|Distance to Nearest General Aviation Airport||0 miles|
|Runway Length at Nearest General Aviation Airpot||5,000'|
|Mean Travel Time to Work (Minutes)||23.6|
|Access of Interstate||I-40 (20 miles)|
|State Highways||15, 22, 57, 69, 104, 114, 128, 142, 203, 226, 421|
|Nearest Port (From County Seat)||Memphis, Nashville|
|Railroads Serving County||Kansas City Southern|