Sunset Cliffs Natural Park is a 68-acre (28 ha) city park adjacent to the Pacific Ocean on the western edge of Point Loma. It includes the entire strip of land immediately adjacent to the ocean, between the water and Sunset Cliffs Boulevard, as well as a larger area of undeveloped park and nature preserve on the south side of the area. It was dedicated in 1983. It stretches from Adair Street to Ladera Street. This coastal strip is connected to the 640-acre (260 ha) Point Loma Reserve. The park includes carved coastal bluffs, arches and sea caves. From the cliffs, the California Gray Whale can be seen migrating annually from the Bering Sea to Baja California. The park is a popular place to view the sunset, hence the name.
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