Top Five Fall Photo Spots In + Around Lansing

Fall is officially here, although the summer weather seems to be lingering! We’ve rounded up five spots that would be amazing for your fall photo shoot to capture beautiful colors and priceless memories. Read on for our top five fall photo spots in + around Lansing.

Moores Park

Photo Credit: McShane Photography

Tucked away in Lansing is the iconic Moores Park. It’s a park that you won’t want to miss and is the perfect spot for fall photos this season. With a variety of trees for color, tucked into the hills, and overlooking Grand River you’ll want to add this spot to your fall photo list!

Woldumar Nature Center

Woldumar Nature Center located in Eaton County is the perfect place to grab your fall photos! This spot has beautiful scenery and quiet trails offering some beautiful spots for fall photos.

Williamston Community Park

The tree line at Williamston Community Park is all you need for the perfect fall photos this season. Grab your favorite photographer and head there for a gorgeous family fall session!

MSU Horticulture Garden

We shared with you the Children’s Garden in the spring but we want to recommend heading back in the fall for the horticulture garden because the flowers in the fall couldn’t make for a prettier backdrop against golden colors!

Uncle John’s Cider Mill

Photo Credit: Andrea Kerbuski

Providing the perfect backdrop for fall photos, this spot is not to be missed. Grab pictures along the farm trail, in the orchard, or in the pumpkin patch for a variety of fall backdrops. Want more fall? Head to our Ultimate Guide to Fall to find all the fall fun and then head to our Guide to Photographers to find the perfect photographer to shoot it!

We are so thankful to our Sponsors for making the Guide to Five Fall Photo Spots In and Around Lansing possible. Stay tuned for our winter guide coming as the weather turns! 


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