7 Natural Wonders to visit in Georgia

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There are some amazing natural wonders in the state of Georgia. Here is a list of some of them...


Stone Mountain Park

It has a quartz monzonite dome, featuring the world’s largest bas-relief artwork of three Confederate leaders. The park also offers a train ride, a sky ride, & seasonal events.


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Warm Springs

These natural springs are famous for their therapeutic benefits. Many people, including former President Franklin D. Roosevelt, have visited this resort to relax in its healing waters.


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Tallulah Gorge

This is a spectacular canyon that stretches for 2 miles & reaches a depth of 1000 ft. Visitors can admire the views, hike, or cross a thrilling suspension bridge.


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Providence Canyon

It is a canyon created by erosion due to poor farming practices in the 1800s. It is also known as Georgia’s “Little Grand Canyon” & offers scenic trails and photo opportunities.


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Amicalola Falls

This is one of Georgia’s most stunning waterfalls, as it plunges 730 feet. The falls are surrounded by forests and trails, and are also the starting point of the Appalachian Trail.


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Okefenokee Swamp

It is a famous natural wonder in Georgia with a rich diversity of wildlife. It is the largest blackwater swamp in North America. You can explore the swamp by boat or kayak.


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Radium Springs

This is Georgia’s largest natural spring, which produces thousands of gallons of water. It has some radium content that give it a bluish hue. The spring is now part of a public park.


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Thanks for reading! These are some of the natural wonders to visit in Georgia.

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