Best Outdoor El Paso Photo Session Locations! Valerie Kate Photography Location Guide

The El Paso area offers a wide variety of diverse locations perfect for your session whether you are searching for a natural environment or a more urban feel.

El Paso Municipal Rose Garden: Near Memorial Park, The El Paso Municipal Rose Garden is another option for a greener outdoor landscape. As one of over 100 certified rose gardens in the United Sates, the garden produces a wide variety of roses planted with trees, shrubs, and a waterfall making this a beautiful location for photos. Seasons: Spring, Summer


UTEP: UTEP’s urban campus area offers a beautifully landscaped backdrop that isn’t too distracting.


Memorial Park: Large and spacious, Memorial Park is a great outdoor spot for photos. The beautiful greenery and abundance of trees at this location will make you forget that you’re actually in the desert. Seasons: Spring, Summer, Fall


McKelligan Canyon: If you prefer a more untouched environment, McKelligan Canyon offers a serene desert landscape. Located on the southeastern side of the Franklin Mountains, this site features robust canyon walls contrasted against the surrounding desert area. Seasons: Beautiful year-round


Trans Mountain: Another option for a natural outdoor setting is Trans Mountain. This pairs the same desert feel with a more mountainous background. The outdoor scenery changes with every season with special advantages year-round.


Upper Trans Mountain


Lower Trans Mountain

San Elizario Gazebo: Part of the historic El Paso Mission Trail, this is located in the San Elizario Memorial Plaza. Surrounded by trees and grass, this historical landmark is perfect for a tamer outdoor look.


Union Plaza: Located downtown, Union Plaza provides a charming, urban setting for photos. Remodeled from an industrial complex and repurposed for restaurants and boutique shops, Union Plaza is perfect for any El Paso native looking to capture the essence of home in their photos. Seasons: Perfect year-round


Plaza Theater Area: The Plaza Theater is a beautifully restored Spanish colonial revival structure. Originally built in 1930 the building provides a unique, older urban feel. Seasons: Perfect year-round


El Paso Train Station: Another historical landmark, the El Paso train station sports a red brick neoclassical style building with its signature bell tower. Built in 1906, this landmark is another perfect place for those who want their home as the backdrop for their photos.

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