Providence Canyons Trails

EASY 10 reviews

Providence Canyons Trails is a 2.7 mile lightly trafficked loop trail located near Omaha, Georgia that offers scenic views and is good for all skill levels. The trail is primarily used for hiking and nature trips and is accessible from July until August. Dogs are also able to use this trail.

2.7 miles 528 feet Loop

dog friendly


nature trips


6 days ago

Great trail for a family. The way down to and up from the canyon floor is steep, but doable. Lots of creeks (shallow and muddy) to walk through/across. Perfect for a cool fall day.

4 months ago

What a nice treat. While camping in Florida, we drove into Georgia just to hike it. Not disappointed at all that we did!

6 months ago

Very pleasant.

10 months ago

10 months ago

Breath-taking Views! We came from Ft. Rucker, AL looking for a good day trip hike. Did the 7-mile Red Blaze Trail--very easy--which we realized is actually more like 4 miles, 7 total if you add the canyon loop trail. Also explored #4-5 of the canyon floor area. LOTS of people on a Saturday, but there was hardly anyone on the Red blaze trail so that was nice!

10 months ago

Great hike...canyons are cool, beautiful colors and scenery. Loved it

1 year ago

Beautiful day. Walked with dog. Views from trail not interesting but worth seeing. Interesting abandoned cars along the way. The Butch Anthony Museum is also close by in Seale if you are headed in that direction.

3 years ago

This is a beautiful park. I took a day off to take my dogs hiking the three mile loop, which took a while because of the terrain, but it was well worth it. Especially intriguing were the remnants of old homesteads, rusted automobiles with trees growing through them. It's a bit of a drive, but there is nothing else quite like this in Georgia.

4 years ago

Very nice area. The drop offs are huge. You have to walk around and down into the canyons (errosion) to take it all in

5 years ago

This big erosion gully is beautiful in spring, when wild azaleas bloom (including plumleaf late summer) and fall. Take time to admire, but don't climb, the fragile formations.