Kapoor Regional Park Reserve
Located at the northern terminus of the Galloping Goose Trail, this reserve is criss-crossed by old trails and roads. This 14 hectare reserve contains the site of Leechtown, an early 20th century lumber town.
• Remnants of 19th century logging and gold mining operations
• Habitat for golden and bald eagles, as well as black-tailed deer, northern alligator lizards, red squirrels, and pileated woodpeckers
• Northern terminus for the Galloping Goose
Size: 12.59 hectares