MDBP's Favorite Savannah Locations

 
 
Forsyth Park
 

A Savannah Classic - Savannah's largest and oldest park covering over 30 acres. This gorgeous park features one of the city's most famous photo op. - the white fountain. 

 
Jones Street
 
 

Jones Street is said to be one of the prettiest streets in America. It is easily a local and visitor favorite! You can never go wrong with this cobblestone street lined with beautiful homes and trees. Can easily be paired with Forsyth Park during your session, they are just a short walk from one another. 

 
 
 
Wormsloe Historic Site
 
 

What you will most likely see when you Google "Savannah" - Wormsloe features a mile and a half dirt road lined with beautiful oak trees that were planted there in the 1890's. 

(Note: There is a $25 photography and admission per person)
 
 
 
Factor's Walk & River Street
 
 

Savannah's famous River Street with a nearby hidden gem. The Savannah River lines some adorable shops, restaurants and hotels. At Factor's Walk, just a few steps away from River Street, you'll find beautiful cobblestone walkways, historic bricks and my favorite, iron bridges.  

 
 
Skidaway Island State Park
 
 
 

A location for the adventurous ones, who don't mind a little walking. This State Park borders Skidaway narrows, a part of Georgia’s intracoastal waterway. The trails wind through the maritime forest and salt marshes. 

(Note: There is a $5 parking fee)
 
 
 
 
 
Tybee Island
 
 
 

Tybee is a barrier island, also known as Savannah's local beach. It's a popular filming location for movies - The Last SongThe SpongeBob Movie: Sponge Out of Water, Bay Watch and many more!

 
 
 
HollyOaks on the Marsh
 
 
 
 

A beautiful wedding venue that welcomes photography sessions of all kinds! HollyOaks was established by King’s Grant in 1747 along the Grove River. From the beautiful architecture to the stunning marsh, there are so many photo ops!

(Note: There is a photography fee in order to use the property)
 
Isle of Hope Marina
 
 
 
 
 

One of my absolute favorite places in Savannah - whether it's for my morning run or for a photography session. The marina was founded in 1926, located directly on the Intracoastal Waterway.