Providence Canyon is actually the consequences of poor farming practices of the 1800s, which stripped the land of its topsoil and caused uncontrolled flood and erosion, carving canyons almost 150 feet deep into the barren, sandy soil.
After a short visit at Laura S Walker, we set our navigation to Stephen C Foster State Park, nestled deep in the Okefenokee National Wildlife Refuge. It was late in the afternoon, but we had reservations at Suwanee River Eco-Lodge, … Continued
Winter is cruel, especially for Jeep-folk. The short, dark days coupled with the inability to get the top and doors off is enough to make you a little crazy. We’ve been having unseasonably warm temperatures here in Georgia, and even … Continued
Watson Mill Bridge is another of the State Parks that I have visited numerous times in my life without ever giving much thought to its significance. The Bridge is the longest covered bridge still in use in the State, and … Continued
When I started planning my State Park project, Cloudland Canyon was on the shortlist for an early visit. The summer is unbearably hot here in Georgia, so anytime you can retreat to the cooler mountain air, you take advantage, and … Continued