Providence Canyon showcased on American Highways
U-Haul International’s latest “Supergraphic” is on 600 moving vans depicting Georgia’s “Little Grand Canyon.” Formally known as Providence Canyon State Park, this beautiful attraction is an amazing network of ravines and cliffs created by misguided farming practices. The company chose this unusual, man-made state park because they wanted to feature a place not normally associated with Georgia.
“I can’t tell you how proud I am to have Providence Canyon chosen to represent Georgia,” said Park Manager Joy Joyner. “These U-Haul trucks will crisscross the United States for years to come, showcasing Georgia and our state parks to all Americans.”
The van was unveiled April 14 at the park, and was followed by a guided wildflower hike. The van is no longer parked at the Providence Canyon, having taken its place among the
rental fleet located throughout the United States. Motorists can keep an eye out for the 600 trucks featuring this unique Georgia state park.
Operated by the Department of Natural Resources,
is located in southwest Georgia’s Stewart County. It features hiking trails, a visitor center, primitive campsites and picnic areas.
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