Tunnel Springs Park
NORTH SALT LAKE, UTAH
I love shooting at this location because it has such an excellent variety for pictures. Such wonderful variety exists with photography at Tunnel Springs. Beautiful Russian Olive trees coupled with tall cattails, tall grasses next to verdant rolling hills, there is so much beauty everywhere you look at Tunnel Springs Park. Located high up on the East bench in North Salt Lake, Utah, views of the valley include the Oquirrh mountains and the Great Salt Lake to only add to the natural beauty. There are also other cool features for photography at Tunnel Springs Park like a walking path and a unique thatched wood-pole fence.
Tunnel Springs Park is a perfect place for wedding photography with the bride and groom, bridals just with the bride, engagement photography, family photography, senior photography and even children photography. You really can do it all here at this location!
Keep in mind that this location doesn’t have much tree cover, so the best time to shoot here is close to sunset. Dogs are also welcome at here, so this would be an excellent location for your pictures if you plan to bring a dog.
To park, look for a gravel road east of the tennis courts. Follow that gravel road to an open area where you will park, and we will meet. If you have parked by the tennis courts, you are not in the right place. Look for that gravel road to the east of the courts and drive down it to find the spot.
Highlights at Tunnel Springs Park
• Tall grasses with rolling hills and an open field
• Cattails with Russian Olive trees and tall grasses
• A-frame log rustic log fence
• Stunning views of the valley
• Dogs are welcome
• Best to shoot here at sunset
• Beautiful all year round except when snow is too deep
• Meet in the gravel parking lot behind the tennis courts
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PHOTOGRAPHY HIGHLIGHTS FROM TUNNEL SPRINGS PARK
Interested in having your session at Tunnel Springs Park? Take a look at the images below to see some awesome highlights of photography at Tunnel Springs.