LeQuire Cemetery Overlook Elopement
LeQuire Cemetery Overlook may be one of my favorite elopement locations, and it’s not hard to understand why. When Alexis and Isaac asked for a recommendation for locations in Cades Cove, this spot is on the top of my list. There are not many locations where you can be married beneath a mature tree while surrounded by sprawling mountains.
Smokies Wedding Locations
The national parks are a treasure. Each of its visitors plays a vital role in protecting its beauty. Therefore, the National Park Service has allocated specific wedding locations in The Great Smoky Mountain National Park. LeQuire Cemetery Overlook is one of the approved wedding locations.
We find that the LeQuire Cemetery Overlook one of the easier wedding locations to get to in the Smokies. In order to visit Cades Cove, you have to travel on a one-way loop. During the peak visitor seasons, the travel around the loop can take a lot of time. LeQuire Cemetery Overlook is actually easy to get to, as visitors can take Sparks Lane. Sparks Lane is one of the two two-way roads that cuts through Cades Cove.
National Park Photographer
Did you know that The Great Smoky Mountain National Park is the most visited National Park in the nation? It’s easy to see why couples want to be married in such a popular and beautiful location. The national park is perfect for destination mountain elopements and destination mountain weddings.
The National Park Service permits photographers to photograph within their boundaries. Erin Morrison Photography is licensed and permitted to photograph at all of the wedding locations, including Lequire Cemetery Overlook. Contact me today to discuss my Smoky Mountain elopement packages. I look forward to being a part of your elopement or intimate destination wedding.