Tibble Fork, located up American Fork Canyon, is a very popular location among photographers and filmmakers. This location gives your photos a beautiful background full of pine trees and a gorgeous lake. There are tall grasses and shrubs surrounding the area. The snow gets quite deep during the winter sometimes, making it difficult for shooting, but it is open all winter. Because the majority of the trees surrounding the lake are evergreens, they do not change color in the fall. Dogs are allowed.
Tips From Other Creatives In The Tribe
"Tibble Fork Reservoir is located 6.8 miles from the start of American Fork Canyon. As you head up the canyon you will come to a fork in the road. Turn left following the sign that points to Tibble Fork Reservoir.
There used to be a fee booth at the start of the American Fork Canyon that required a purchase of a 3-day pass for $6 OR a National Park Pass. As of October 1, 2020, the booth has been taken down and they haven’t enforced passes. This could change with construction updates.
American Fork Canyon has NO cell service! I generally meet my clients in a nearby public parking lot and either jump into one car or follow each other up the canyon so no one gets lost." - Photography by Tasha Rose
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Photography by Tasha Rose
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