Providence Canyon: Georgia’s “Little Grand Canyon”

Providence Canyon State Park

Laura Michaels, Managing Editor
March 15, 2013

Nicknamed Georgia’s “Little Grand Canyon,” Providence Canyon in Lumpkin is a constantly evolving canvas. Ongoing erosion manipulates the soft Georgia clay, continuing a process that began in the 1800s when poor farming practices resulted in furrows that deepened over several decades into gullies,... Read more »

Coastal Georgia and Cumberland Island National Seashore

Cumberland Island National Seashore

December 8, 2010

Photo Courtesy of NPS. Escape the sleet and snow this winter and spend the holiday season in coastal Georgia. You’ll find mild sunny days and fantastic shoreline scenery from Savannah on down to St. Marys. The barrier islands of Georgia’s coast include pristine nature preserves and historic sites... Read more »

Soaking in Warm Springs, Georgia

Warm Springs Georgia

October 23, 2010

Nestled in densely forested red clay hills some 70 miles southwest of Atlanta, Warm Springs and nearby Callaway Gardens are two of the Peach State’s most popular visitor attractions. But that wasn’t always the case. Native Americans were undoubtedly the first to utilize the geo­thermal springs for... Read more »

Georgia’s Stone Mountain Park

Georgia's Stone Mountain Park

October 1, 2008

Defining Stone Mountain Park isn’t easy. Is it a nature park? An amusement park? Or a showcase of Southern history? What isn’t debatable is that the park’s 3,200 acres offer something for just about everyone. The smooth gray dome of Stone Mountain, the largest granite outcropping in the world,... Read more »

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