San Diego Hometown Tourist: Sunset Cliffs Natural Park


Sunset Cliffs Shoreline Map

 

Sunset Cliffs Natural Park is a 68-acre resource based park stretching along the Pacific Ocean bordering the western edge of Point Loma. The 18-acre linear section of the park lies to the west of Sunset Cliffs Blvd. between Adair and Ladera Streets. The 50-acre hillside section, a designated multiple species conservation area, links to the 640-acre Point Loma Ecological Reserve beginning at the Navy property to the south. The Park’s topography includes intricately carved coastal bluffs, arches and sea caves. It affords inspiring panoramic ocean views. From the cliffs, the California Gray Whale can be seen migrating annually from the Bering Sea to Baja California.

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About Terri Lundberg

Terri Lundberg is an American expat currently residing with her husband in Saudi Arabia, but she calls Seattle and San Diego home. She’s a travel writer, an avid photographer and is a resource and cross cultural trainer to expats relocating to Saudi Arabia. She’s been to 100 destinations, 26 countries, and counting.

Comments

  1. Great shots!. You are obviously getting acquainted with your new camera. Enjoy the rest of your vacation, they tend to go by sooooooo quickly. Unlike time spent here. I’ve already started to count ‘the sleeps’ til I get out again, and that’s not until June. That’s a lot of ‘sleeps’.