Top Locations in Palm Beach County for Family Photos

September 15, 2020

There are a ton of different locations in Palm Beach County that make for gorgeous photo sessions! When picking a location for your session, there are a few things to keep in mind:

  1. Indoor or Outdoor? This is the first thing to consider when picking a location. While I absolutely love a golden hour sunset shoot, there is something so magical about being in your own home. I personally love in-home sessions, especially in the summer when it’s super hot outside and afternoon thunderstorms happen on the daily.
  2. Your family’s personality: If you opt for an outdoor location, choose a spot that fits your family. You want to choose a location where you family feels relaxed. If you and your family love a good beach day, then a beach session may be right for you! If your kids can’t stand the feel of sand under their feet, then I wouldn’t suggest choosing a beach shoot.
  3. Consider your home decor: Think about where you want to display your photos. Choosing a location (and outfits!) that match your home decor is extremely important.

Below are just a few of my favorite locations in Palm Beach County. Each has it’s own unique feel.

Top Locations for Photography Sessions in Palm Beach County



The Field 

Royal Palm Beach

This field is just dreamy. No explanation needed for this one.


Boynton Beach

This is my favorite beach. It's a small beach but the sun behind the dunes is stunning and after the sun goes down is super serene.


Delray Beach

This spot is pretty and lush greenery with big oak trees. If we use this spot, I suggest getting there closer to 1.5-2 hours before sunset because it is heavily shaded. The downside to this location is that there are times that it has a ton of mosquitos! If we use this spot, please bring bug spray just in case they are out.


Palm Beach Island

This location is amazing because of all the different backdrops it provides in a short walking distance. We even can talk about ending the session at the beach here!




This spot is super unique because you get a huge variety of scenery all in one park. The cottage looking house, the woodsy feel, lake feel, and the inlet. I absolutely love it here!

Riverbend Park / Cypress Creek Natural Area


These are actually two parks within a 1 minute drive of one another. I suggest starting at Riverbend Park and then ending at Cypress Creek! However, we can choose just one location and do the whole session in one spot if you don't want to drive.

Coral Cove Park


Coral Cove is a gorgeous beach setting! There are quite a few different spots to use in the park and the rocks make for a unique beach feel.