Grab your camera! 10 best bluebonnet photo opportunities across North Texas

It's beginning to look awfully beautiful across North Texas, we asked our WFAA viewers where their favorite bluebonnet photo opportunities were and here's what you came up with:

* Zion Cemetery Little Elm/Frisco: Huge sloping hill with plenty of bluebonnets for a wide shot filled with flowers.

* McInnish Sports Complex at Sandy Lake Road in Carrollton: Wooden fences make for a great Texas background.

* Fujitsu Field in East Richardson (corner of Shiloh and Research Rd.)

* Cedar Hill State Park in Cedar Hill: Admission to the park is $5 per adult. There are plenty of bluebonnets within the park, but for a unique picture check out the fields near Penn Family Farm. Windmills and old barns make great backgrounds.

* Legacy and Corporate in Plano-JC Penney Corporate Fields: One of the most popular sites in the area with three huge fields full of flowers.

* Fort Worth Nature Center in Fort Worth: $5 for adults and $2 for children for admission to the center. Bluebonnets are not as prolific at the nature center as they are in some other areas, but a visit to the nature center can make the photo session more fun.

* Clear Creek Natural Heritage Center in Denton: A great place not only for bluebonnets, but other wildflower pictures and hiking to add to the fun.

* Trinity River Audubon Center in Dallas: Another great hiking location with trails to discover all sorts of animals, as well as picture ops.

* Woodbridge: the front end of Wylie/Sachse subdivision has an area of field right off of 78, perfect for pictures.

* George W. Bush Presidential Library and Museum: 15 acres of land right off SMU Boulevard in the Downtown Dallas area. Huge field of bluebonnets and beautiful wildflowers too.

© 2018 WFAA-TV


To find out more about Facebook commenting please read the
Conversation Guidelines and FAQs

Leave a Comment