June 8, 2023
If you are looking for Etobicoke Photo Locations for your engagement photos, you’ve come to the right spot! In-between Downtown Toronto and Mississauga, Etobicoke is home to multiple scenic locations perfect for engagement photos. Here are some of my favourite Etobicoke photo locations listed below. Please keep in mind that some of the places below require permits for photography! If you are interested in having your engagement photos taken at any of the spots below, please reach out! I’d love to connect with you!
BAPS Shri Swaminarayan Mandir
Centennial Park / Centennial Park Conservatory (Greenhouse)
Colonel Smith Park
Humber Bay Park / Sheldon Lookout
King’s Mill Park
Len Ford Park
Long Branch Park
Marie Curtis Park
Mimico Waterfront Park
West Deane Park
BAPS Shri Swaminarayan Mandir is a Hindu temple located in Etobicoke. It has stunning architecture that provides an excellent location for engagement photos.
Centennial Park is one of the most popular parks near Toronto. At Centennial Park, you can also find the Centennial Park Conservatory which is another great location for engagement photographs. Centennial Park is perfect for engagement photography during any season, whether you’re looking for warm fall couple photos or colourful dreamy photos in the summer.
Colonel Samuel Smith Park is located along a stretch of wooded shoreline in the Kipling and Lakeshore area. It is home to a variety of plants, trees, birds and other wildlife, as well as a network of paths and the city’s first ice skating trail (in a figure-eight shape).
The Humber Arboretum consists of nearly 250 acres of public gardens and natural areas located in the Humber River watershed in North Etobicoke. Connected to Humber College North Campus, it exists as a unique tri-partnership between Humber College, the City of Toronto, and the Toronto and Region Conservation Authority (TRCA).
Humber Bay Park provides a picturesque city/nature environment for your engagement photos! The Humber Bay Arch Bridge is a perfect addition to your photographs and allows you to get beautiful background details. Sheldon’s Lookout is a great observation point, showcasing the gorgeous Toronto skyline.
Another great location in Etobicoke to take engagement photos is James Gardens. The gardens are located along the Humber River and serve as an enchanting and magical spot for capturing the love shared between couples. On top of the numerous amount of flowers and plants you can find, James Gardens is also home to a beautiful lookout point over Humber Valley and Toronto.
King’s Mill Park, located south of Bloor Street West and the Old Mill Subway Station Eastbound Platform, is one of a chain of parks along the Humber River leading to Lake Ontario.
Kingsway Theatre is an updated 1939 theatre with a classic feel. The outside of the theatre is a perfect spot for engagement photos with a retro look.
Len Ford Park is a small and peaceful location for engagement photos. The water provides a beautiful background for photographs
Long Branch Park is a waterfront park located on Lake Promenade in Etobicoke. It has beautiful greenery as well as a clear view of the water. Perfect for sunrise/sunset engagement photos.
Marie Curtis Park is named after the Longbranch Reeve (a small village) Mayor Marie Curtis and is one of the few beaches in North America named after a female community leader.
The Etobicoke Mascot Brewery location is the perfect beer-lover’s engagement photo spot. There, you’ll find their brand new production space, a restaurant, beergarden and bottle shop.
A unique and accessible urban gem, Mimico Waterfront Park, not only enhances the area and connects the local community to the lake, but also helps to re-establish Mimico as a recreational destination for the entire city to enjoy.
West Deane Park follows the Mimico Creek ravine. Many paths connect to the surrounding neighbourhoods as the trail follows the Creek.
I hope you enjoyed browsing this list of unique engagement photo locations in Etobicoke! If you’re still in search of a wedding photographer and would like to learn more about what it’s like to work with me, please visit my Wedding Experience Page.
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Amanda Soriano Photography is located within the traditional and treaty lands of the Mississaugas of the Credit. Known as Adoobiigok [A-doe-bee-goke], the “Place of the Alders” in Michi Saagiig [Mi-Chee Saw-Geeg] language."