One of the great things about living in Northern California is the fact there’s always a new view waiting to be discovered by you. In fact, there’s a new park in San Francisco that boasts views that have been closed to the public for more than 50 years. Black Point Historic Gardens, a waterfront park, is a part of the National Park system and consists of a historic piece of land where you can enjoy breathtaking views of some of the City’s most spectacular icons. We couldn’t be happier to see it open for locals and travelers alike to enjoy! Take a look:

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What do you think? Will you be visiting this lovely waterfront park soon? This place is a true hidden gem. Share your thoughts with us in the comments below. And let us know if you have any other favorite National Parks or Historic Sites in Northern California!

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