Georgia is filled with road trip destinations and this summer is the perfect time to visit them. North Georgia might be filled with mountains and waterfalls, but the southern part of the state has enchanting forests, mossy trails, and once-in-a-lifetime attractions.\nBefore going back to school or work after the summer, you need to road trip to South Georgia and hit all of these attractions. The best part about these 10 destinations is that they are all under $20 each, some are even free to visit.\nProvidence Canyon State Park\nPrice: $5 parking\nAddress: 8930 Canyon Road, Lumpkin, GA 31815\nWhy you should go: This is Georgia's "Little Grand Canyon" and it lives up to its name. It has gullies that get as deep as 150 ft. There are many different trails you can take and you will see the multiple colors of the sediment as you hike.\nView this post on Instagram Day trip to Providence Canyon State Park. What a cool place!!! A post shared by Jack Griffiths (@redeyed_jack) on Jul 15, 2019 at 10:47am PDT\nWebsite\nLane Southern Orchards\nPrice: Free\nAddress: 50 Lane Rd., Fort Valley, GA 31030\nWhy you should go: This 6,000-acre orchard has fresh peaches and pecans during the summer season. You can shop in the market they have on-site which has various produce. You can also eat at the cafe and bakery that have options like pulled pork sandwiches, buffalo chicken wrap, peach pie, and peach cobbler.\nView this post on Instagram Ripe for the picking 🍑 #orchard #peachpicking #georgialove A post shared by Kristy Vo (@kvo_12) on Jun 23, 2019 at 5:18pm PDT\nWebsite\nOkefenokee National Wildlife Refuge\nPrice: $17\nAddress: 5700 Okefenokee Swamp Park Rd. Waycross, GA\nWhy you should go: At this 500,000 acre refuge, you can go kayaking in the swamp, hike the many forest trails, canoe and boat. They also have onsite camping options.\nView this post on Instagram #kayaking @sfavored1 #okefenokee #nature #weekendgetaway #beautiful A post shared by Chris Hodges (@hodgimo) on Jul 14, 2019 at 10:49am PDT\nWebsite\nChehaw Park & Zoo\nPrice: Park $3.50, zoo $8.80\nAddress: 105 Chehaw Park Rd. Albany, GA 31701\nWhy you should go: This zoo is a conservation and preservation center for endangered animals and many different species. You can also camp at this park and be right down the road from the zoo.\nView this post on Instagram 'Tis better to give than receive, but why not do both at Chehaw in #VisitAlbanyGA? Join us this #GivingTuesday as we work to rebuild the 700+ acre park damaged by Hurricane Michael and care for the wildlife zoo by donating to the Friends of Chehaw Fundraiser as well as shopping the Chehaw Holiday Market. #WinWin Link in bio. [📷: @gaturtleman] . . . #AlbanyGeorgia #VisitAlbanyGA @onlyonealbany #exploregeorgia #DoughertyCountyGA #southwestgeorgia #SouthGeorgia #getoutside #flintriverbasin #flintriver #sowega #weekendgetaway #weekendgoals #takethekids #familygetaway #familytravel #familyfun #travelsouthusa #travelsoutheast #thinklocal #DowntownAlbanyGA #georgiamade #AlbanyStrong A post shared by Visit Albany Ga (@visitalbanyga) on Nov 27, 2018 at 10:27am PST\nWebsite\nCumberland Island\nPrice: $15 ferry\nAddress: Cumberland Island, GA 31558\nWhy you should go: This is a secluded island off the coast of Georgia and you can only get there by boat. The island is occupied by wild horses that roam the island. There are miles of hiking trails that have huge, beautiful trees that provide shady coverage. You can even explore old ruins.\nView this post on Instagram A morning graze at the Dungeness Ruins . . . #georgia #georgiacoast #goldenisles #exploregeorgia #onlyingeorgia #naturalgeorgia #cumberlandisland #cumberlandislandnationalseashore #dungenessruins #nationalseashore #nationalpark #nationalparkgeek #findyourpark #raw_hikes #raw_abandoned #raw_horses #horsesofinstagram #itsabandoned #abandoned_world #abandonedexcellence #abandoned_junkies #travel_captures #travelgram #landscapephotography #edgygrams #jw_snapshots #jwshooters #raw_community_member #nikonphotography #dsmphotography A post shared by DSM Photography | Daniel (@dsmphotography_) on Jul 15, 2019 at 4:26pm PDT\nWebsite\nSkidaway Island State Park\nPrice: $5 parking\nAddress: 52 Diamond Causeway, Savannah, GA 31411\nWhy you should go: Located near Savannah, Skidaway offers hikes through its marshy forest, boardwalks and even an observation tower to look over the marsh. You can also paddleboard, kayak and boat in this area.\nView this post on Instagram #savannahga has a little gem of a park in #skidawayisland A post shared by Kyle Daily (@kyledailydesign) on Jun 9, 2019 at 7:22pm PDT\nWebsite\nCoastal Georgia Botanical Gardens\nPrice: $5 \nAddress: 2 Canebrake Rd. Savannah, GA 31419\nWhy you should go: There are multiple different gardens here where you can see rare plants and trees. People also refer to this location as "The Bamboo Farm" because there are massive stalks of bamboo that came from East Asia.\n View this post on Instagram Ill be sharing something new later today but in the meantime I can't help posting one more from this magical botanical bamboo garden wedding! Event Design: @ivoryandbeau Florals: @colonialhouseofflowers Bridalwear: @rebeccaschoneveld & @lovefoundtrue Neckwear: @lesliemillerdesign Chandelier: @thegracegraffiti H&MU: @wickedlulu A post shared by Izzy Hudgins Photography (@izzyhudgins) on Mar 3, 2015 at 6:36am PST\n\nWebsite\n\nLittle Saint Simons Island\nPrice: Free\nAddress: 1000 Hampton River Club Marina Dr. St. Simons Island GA 31522\nWhy you should go: Just like Saint Simons, but smaller. This island can only house 36 guests overnight, but you are more than welcome to explore the island during the day. There are seven miles of beaches and filled with enchanted hikes that will make you feel like you are in a tropical destination. \n View this post on Instagram Ben walks ahead to the evening oyster roast. #littlesaintsimonsisland #wildgeorgia A post shared by Allston McCrady (@allstonmccrady) on Mar 1, 2019 at 6:46pm PST\n\nWebsite \n \nDriftwood Beach on Jekyll Island\nPrice: Free\nAddress: South Of North Loop Trail On N. Beachview Drive Jekyll Island, GA 31527\nWhy you should go: This secluded beach has natural driftwood that covers the beach and looks like jungle gyms. It is a popular destination for photoshoots and weddings. \n View this post on Instagram living life with Jack Johnson on repeat A post shared by Morgan Arena (@morganmarena) on Jul 13, 2019 at 10:20am PDT\n\nWebsite \nWormsloe Historic Site \nPrice: $10 \nAddress: 7601 Skidaway Road Savannah, GA 31406\nWhy you should go: The front of this estate is so picture-perfect you will not think it is real. Huge oak trees with Spanish moss surround this entire location. There are nature trails and you can explore the estate that used to be occupied many years ago. \n View this post on Instagram #spanishmoss #oaktree #savannah A post shared by Kelly (@kelly_triggs) on Sep 20, 2015 at 4:58pm PDT\n\nWebsite\n \nThere is something for everyone to enjoy at each of these locations. Each destination has something different to offer, and trust us, your Instagram is going to be everyone's feed goals.