There are very few Smoky Mountain wedding photographers in the area that are licensed to photograph in the Great Smoky Mountain National Park, and we are one of those photographers! It is required to possess a license in order to shoot professionally anywhere in the national park. To see a complete list of CUA holders, click here!
Several locations around the Great Smoky Mountains National Park are perfect for photos. We have assembled a list below to help out.
Locations in the Smoky Mountains
- Cades Cove
- Spence Cabin
- Townsend Y
- The Sinks
- Foothills Parkway
- Clingman’s Dome
Cades cove is one of the most popular areas in the Great Smoky Mountain National Park. It is a major tourist attraction that includes camping, hiking, picnicking, biking, and the most popular of all, the loop! The Loop is a one way scenic drive with stunning mountain views, rivers, creeks, forests, fields, and wildlife. Many people drive the loop in hopes to see some of the Smoky Mountains black bears.
Elkmont is one of my absolute favorite spots in the park. As a kid, our family would camp out here at least once a year! The Little River runs right through Elkmont. Aside from camping in Elkmont, there are also some of the most amazing hiking trails to explore.
A beautiful wedding venue in Elkmont with those stunning mountain views.
The Sinks is one of the only waterfalls in the Smokies that you can get to without having to hike. This popular spot is located just off Little River Gorge Road. You might miss it if you aren’t looking for it, so keep your eyes peeled!
Foothills Parkway is widely known for its scenic driving route. There are an abundance of pull-offs to view the mountains and take photographs!
The highest point in the entire state of Tennessee is Clingman’s Dome.
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