Bucks County, Pennsylvania is a photographer's paradise. From back roads to state parks, there are plenty of options for capturing the beauty of nature and creating stunning family portraits. Tyler State Park is a great place to start, with its 8am-sunset opening hours and variety of settings. Peace Valley Park is another great option, with its Lake Galena at the center and many walking trails.
Core Creek is perfect for family portraits, with its giant trees and potential wildlife sightings. The Pennypack Ecological Reserve offers multiple opportunities for great images with its patio and stone walls. And if you continue along Swamp Road to Bucks County Community College, you'll find the Schofield Ford covered bridge - a picturesque spot with towering trees and views of the river. No matter what time of year you visit, Bucks County is colorful, diverse and fun to explore. With picturesque areas in every season, nature will be waiting to complement your photos.