|Cape May City is blessed with abundant natural resources. To use these resources sustainably means to appreciate and
utilize the resources responsibly, preserving the resource while enhancing the community´s quality of life. The benefit of
having space for active and passive recreation is also a measure of sustainability as the health of the community is an integral
component of quality of life and therefore sustainability.
|Cape May Geocaching|
|There is a wonderful
way to get to know Cape May´s recreational opportunties any time of year with the help of your GPS. The hunt is on with Cache the Cape, a geocaching game created by a local
student. GEOCACHING, according to geocaching.com is a real-world outdoor treasure hunting game. Players try to locate hidden containers, called geocaches,
using GPS-enabled devices and then share their experiences online.
Click here for Cape May´s own Cache the Cape instructions.
|Conceptual Models for Park Improvements|
|Cape May City Council passed a resolution authorizing the faculty and senior students in Temple"s Department of
Landscape Architecture and Horticulture to coordinate with the Cape May citizenry on a comprehensive project entitled, "Cape May
Coastal City: Planning and Designing a Cultural Landscape Network". The focus is on improving several of the City parks, creating a
nature reserve in the eastern end of town, and preparing a "Pedestrian City Trail". The City Council´s goal is to integrate
the parks more fully and sustainably into this walkable and vibrant destination City. In addition, the "Pedestrian City Trail"
is to connect and educate residents and visitors to the City´s rich cultural and natural heritage while forging a path towards
a sustainable future.
|Lafayette Park Conceptual Model|
|Rotary Park Conceptual Model|
|Harborview Park Conceptual Model|