Waterfall Engagement Photos at Crater Lake National Park [2023]

elopement at crater lake waterfall

Brady and Maddy came all the way from Corvalis, Oregon to do this shoot and I’m so happy they did! This waterfall was Crater Lake’s best kept secret up until 2011 when the park decided to construct a path to it. Only 1.2 miles and not much of an elevation gain, this trail is easily accessible by all.


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Hi! I’m Mia!

I live in a tiny cabin in the woods of Central Oregon and have been photographing wedding & elopement celebrations since 2010. My love languages are quality time and travel.

I created Imagine Elopements to encourage more couples to really think about the possibilities of what their ultimate wedding day could look like. I believe that the way you get married should be as unique as the life you’re building together.

If that resonates with you at all, I would love to help you imagine your perfect elopement day. ♥︎

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