I’m obsessed with Devil’s Den State Park! This state park, located about 30 minutes south of Fayetteville, truly has it all! Waterfalls, scenic overlooks and even caves await you at this picturesque spot, and it’s well worth the drive for epic adventure engagement photos.
Make your engagement session a date by visiting the downtown square and farmer’s market for some epic engagement photos! I love the colors on the square and you can grab coffee, a bouquet of flowers or just dance with your honey down the street for some fun and lighthearted engagement photos.
Look around and you’ll see tons of beautiful golden fields popping up in the fall! Some of my favorite fields are just outside of town and have gorgeous tall grass that make for epic and romantic engagement photos!
This one is a little bit of a drive, but SO worth it for those mountain views! White Rock Recreation area is located in Winslow and is about an hour from Fayetteville. If you’re not afraid of dirt roads and you’re looking for something spectacular, this spot at sunset can’t be beat!
If you’d like to head up north, you can take some really cool and modern photos at Crystal Bridges Museum in Bentonville. Follow it up with a romantic dinner for two at one of the many up and coming restaurants located nearby.
Want to be a little different? Wilson Park has some lush forests and fields and even a tennis court or two where you can take some unconventional engagement photos. This park is super accessible and very close to downtown as well, if you’re craving something urban for the rest of your engagement photos.
Really wanting to lean in to the urban vibes? I highly recommend taking rooftop like photos on top of one of the many parking garages downtown. My personal favorite is the Spring Street Parking garage and the parking garage behind the Graduate Hotel. Very cool, very grunge.
This bustling nightlife avenue is home to some amazing food, great coffee and great after hours activities. It also makes for a perfect engagement photo spot.
Walk your honey down the senior walk and around campus for some straight up collegiate engagement photos. You don’t have to call the hogs for this one (unless you want to).