Disneyland is full of amazing picture spots. I’ve shared some of the best spots for pictures at Disneyland before but now I’ll be sharing some unique ones! There are so many gems at Disneyland and places with amazing detail. Disney thinks of everything. Here are some unique places for pictures at Disneyland that will make your pictures stand out!Want to find a place to take a picture other than the castle? Here are some unique places for pictures at @disneylandtoday! Click To Tweet
Mark Twain Riverboat
I did mention this on my previous post BUT I’m pointing out a new spot on the boat. Located on the second level is this cute little section with tons of mirrors and beautiful decor. Since it has a classic feel, pictures feel so much more whimsical and fancy. This has become one of my favorites.
Big Thunder Mountain Queue
Majority of Disneyland’s queue lines are themed so well that many are picture-perfect. One of my favorites is the Big Thunder Mountain queue. It has such a rustic feel that it is so easy to capture. Further down in the queue where the line loops by the dinosaur bones part of the ride, there’s this little area which rocks and a wooden door that is cute for pictures.
HONORABLE MENTION: The queue for Smugglers Run is a prime picture spot. It’s even cool that before you get into your boarding group, they have a section you can roam around and have tons of chances to get pictures. But if you’re a Star Wars fan, there is a lot to see in the queue.
Around Grizzly River Run
Not necessarily the queue for the ride but around Grizzly River Run there are tons of walkways and bridges that have such a nice feel. It feels like you are out by waterfalls and pretty nature. This is one of those prime spots that make you feel like you’re not at a Disney park. A good perk is that it is usually quiet so you can go relax there as well.
Rancho de Zocalo Walkway
I have quite a few pictures in this walkway. There are so many details! Whether it is the orange door or the planters, its such a beautiful spot. Since it’s themed to a Mexican feel, it feels like such a beautiful touch to any picture. Make sure to go when it’s not lunch or dinner because the pathway is the loneliest during those times.
Redwood Peak Challenge Trail
DCA has such great gems. The featured image of this post was taken there (first picture above). It’s a calming walk and a good way to get away from the crowds. But it also has these nice views. It feels like you’re really out in nature and not at Disney so it’s a fun way to get a different, not typical picture.
Here are some of my favorite unique places for pictures at Disneyland!
Where do you like to take pictures at while at the parks?