Black Point Gardens (Thursday 2-5:45pm and Fridays 9am - 12pm)
ORGANIZATION: National Park Service
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East Black Point, a quiet and all but forgotten spot, neglected for decades, and tucked away above the hustling bustling San Francisco waterfront. Located within Fort Mason, the site was developed with gardens and pathways in the 1850s by early San Francisco residents. Sheltered from the wind and offering striking views of the bay and city, it's easy to see why the hillside was a favored place for the community to garden and stroll. With volunteer support, the beautiful garden pathways have been unearthed, the site brought back to life, and Black Point is now open to the public.
Start Date - 2023-02-17
End Date - 2024-02-17
Activities include: Historical Preservation;Weed/Invasive Species Control
Hosts Housing Amenities: No Housing/Amenities Available
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Golden Gate National Recreation AreaSan Francisco, CA 94123
February 5, 2024
- Environmental Education
- People 55+