Join the Georgia Outdoors crew and learn about Georgia's magnificent landscapes. We'll visit Providence Canyon State Park, A.K.A. Georgia's Little Grand Canyon, and learn about the forces that created this interesting phenomenon.
We'll also visit north Georgia's Cloudland Canyon State Park with its 100 foot waterfall. Afterward, we'll stop by near-by Shirley Miller Wildflower Trail in the "pocket" area of Crockford-Pigeon Mountain Wildlife Management Area, this area is famous for its wildflowers and rocky falls.
And finally we'll visit Broxton Rocks, a little-known Nature Conservancy preserve hidden away in South Georgia.
Learn more about the seven wonders of Georgia by visiting this website created by students of Pleasant Grove Elementary School in Stockbridge, Georgia.
The University of Georgia also maintains a webpage about Georgia's Natural Wonders, though they suggest that there are more than seven.
Georgia's State Parks
Here you can learn about all 63 State Parks and Historic Sites including two parks we visited in our program: Providence Canyon and Cloudland Canyon.
You can buy your Georgia hunting or fishing license by phone, by mail or online.
Learn more about wildflowers