Located at Prentice Cooper Nature Reserve and the perfect place for sunrise ceremonies. You get amazing views of the TN river as it bends around the plateau. Depending on the weather, you may end up feeling like you’re above the clouds like for Alyse+Jeff’s sunrise ceremony. This spot is big enough to include a few guests, or as Laura+Greg or Alisha+Casey did, just themselves and the pastor.
Lookout Mountain – Naked Rock is very similar to Sunset Rock. It has incredible views, but fewer people. We do engagement sessions up here often, and Ian+Caleh’s small ceremony with close friends and family was stunning. Cadlynn+Michael’s tiny elopement had the most gorgeous sunset!
Lookout Mountain – with gorgeous views of the Tennessee Valley and downtown Chattanooga, this is one of the most popular views for residents and tourists. It can be a bit busy, so this would be better for a middle of the week sunset elopement ceremony, like Sarah+Kevin’s. We do several engagement sessions a year here, but it would be great for a small ceremony. Be sure to check out Emily+Will’s session, too, for the incredible shots like above.
Lookout Mountain – a Georgia state park, Cloudland Canyon has easy hiking trails and great spots for a small elopement. Adam+Jordan’s weekday fall ceremony had the most gorgeous leaf color and clear skies. You can even hike down to the base of the iconic waterfall for your ceremony, for a completely different feel, as Casey+Austin did for their spring wedding.
Lookout Mountain – while this is not an overlook, it is an incredible trail on the side of Lookout Mountain. It’s lush, green, and has a gorgeous waterfall, perfect for your small wedding or ceremony. Luke+Rachel had the most perfect wedding here this past summer.
Signal Mountain – a not as well known hiking trail, Falling Water Falls offers both views and waterfalls. Spencer+Leah’s engagement session turned out lovely!