Providence Canyon State Park in Lumpkin, Georgia provides a type of landscape that one would expect to see out west. It's called the "Little Grand Canyon" and for good reason. There are massive gullies and canyons in the park that began as poor farming techniques used in the 1800s. Water and soil erosion has made this area a great photographic
opportunity, primitive camping and hiking paradise. The views differ from that out west because the pines and other vegetation have grown in on and around the canyon floor and walls.