It’s about that time! Time to get your family photos redone or time to schedule your engagement photos! One the biggest decisions for your photos is choosing the perfect location for your session! I have compiled some of my favorite locations in this blog post. If you have any questions, please don’t hesitate to get in touch with me!
The Bruneau Sand Dunes are one of the best photo locations in Idaho! They offer a perfect soft and dreamy feel to your photographs. There is a $5 entrance fee unless you have the park pass. Not only are there beautiful sand dunes, there are trees, a lake, and even some greenery in the fall! Be prepared to take you shoes off to hike up the dune for pictures!
Ann Morrison Park is a large park with multiple parking lots and plenty of gorgeous landscaping, full-grown trees, and flowers. There is also a play area for kids before or after the session! This is one of my favorite fall locations.
Anderson Dam is probably my most shot at location! There is a such a wide variety of options in this one spot. Beautiful rolling hills, pine trees, river, dirt roads, mountain view, and some wild flowers.
Julia Davis Park is a beautiful location with weeping willow trees, a pond with geese, and tall trees offering shade. Also, expect bright pink flowering trees through April and May!
The Elk Flats Hot Springs is in the Pine/Featherville area and is also known as the Bridge Hot Springs. This river is lined with tall pine trees with banks of light gray round rocks that can be used to create your own personal hot tub in the hot springs!
Grimes Creek is in the mountains of Idaho City and has beautiful evergreen lined mountains with rivers and ponds. perfect location to feel totally secluded!
Legacy Park is a quaint little park in Mountain Home complete with rose bushes, a gazebo, wooden bridge, ducks and geese, and shade trees. Perfect for the spring, summer, or fall months!
The Little Camas Reservoir is a marshy area with beautiful wild flowers and snow-capped mountains in the background in the early spring months. Wear books or shoes you don’t mind getting muddy to get to the location!
Bogus Basin a very popular spot for photos in the Boise area. You can go all the way to the top to get stunning pictures, or you can stop along the pull-offs on your way up the mountain and get some there. Regardless, it’s beautiful!
Kathryn Albertson Park is just across the street from Ann Morrison Park. They are very similar, but Kathryn Albertson Park feels a bit more secluded and private. However, both can be pretty busy.
The Boise Train Depot is definitely one of the best photo locations in Idaho! With a view right down the center of town to the capitol building, you can’t beat the simplicity of the grounds and the Depot building!
Feb 6, 2021