Instagram-Worthy Fall Photo Spots

What is a trip to Dollywood and particularly to Harvest Festival without taking all the photos? Have you ever heard the phrase “do it for the ‘gram?” What is “the ‘gram” you may ask, well, Instagram of course. Personally, it is my favorite social media channel. Check out these “Instagram Worthy” Harvest Festival Photo Spots below.

One of my new favorite photo spots is the display of colossal pumpkins right past Front Porch Cafe in Market Square.

The pumpkin tree behind Back Porch Theater is a great addition to this year’s Harvest Festival. The colors really pop!

I think my favorite display this year is the butterfly in Wildwood Grove.

The iconic shot you must get is the huge pumpkin tree at The Plaza in Wilderness Pass.

Insider Tip

If you have a phone or camera with a wide angle, make sure use that to get the whole tree in your shot.

And of course, you’ve got to get a photo under the Great Pumpkin LumiNights sign at either entrance (Craftsman’s Valley or Timber Canyon). I chose the spot in Timber Canyon.

Insider Tip

Don’t forget about Dollywood’s Ultimate Photo Card. For one price, you can get all your photos for the rest of the season. What a deal!

Dollywood’s festivals are some of my very favorite opportunities to take advantage of all the fun at the park—particularly Harvest Festival. My birthday is in October and because I’ve worked in the school system for many years, I usually get some time off in the fall. Plus, this year with the amazing display of pumpkins, you don’t want to miss Dollywood’s Harvest Festival. There are so many wonderful spots to take photos during the Harvest Festival. I highly encourage you to get to Dollywood and make some memories worth repeating this fall.

Follow me on Instagram @abalancedblonde for more Dollywood Instagram worthy photo content.

By | 2020-10-12T14:07:29+00:00 October 12th, 2020|Festivals|0 Comments

About the Author:

Abby Lynn (Dollywood Insider 2019-Now) was born and raised in Middle Tennessee. She has called East Tennessee home since she set foot on the University of Tennessee’s campus in the fall of 2006. Abby currently works for her local school system where she strives to make every day better than the last. She has been visiting Dollywood with her family since she was a child. Some of her favorite childhood memories include riding all the water slides at Dollywood’s Splash Country each summer. When she is not visiting Dollywood, you can find her out on the lake, attending a Tennessee Volunteers sporting event, volunteering at her church or playing in the park with her Dachshund, Neely.
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