Location: 30 miles south of Columbus, Georgia
Providence Canyon State Park was created by a huge earthslide approximately 70 years ago and consists of a system of smaller canyons, which can all be hiked. It's interesting to see the different colors and forms of the different canyons and although it can not be compared to the Grand Canyon or Bryce Canyon, it's a nice attraction and certainly worth a visit. Usually the ground in the canyons is very muddy, so bring some good shoes if you wanna go hiking.
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