Providence Canyon State Park Georgia


Georgia’s “Little Grand Canyon” covers 1,108 acres with 16 canyons, some as deep as 150 feet .

  • Three miles of hiking trails allow one to closely examine geological strata exposed by erosion that resulted from farming in the early- to mid- 1800s.
  • For the wetland soils enthusiast, the canyon floors may be “The Iron Deposit Capitol of the World”.
  • Starting in July, the slopes lining the canyon floors have a beautiful display of blooming Plumleaf Azaleas (Rhododendron prunifolia).
  • Located vic. Lumpkin, GA