Snow Flurry Scurry 2020

Thank you to everyone who participated in Snow Flurry Scurry 5k this year! The race results can be found Here

Jr. Naturalist 2020

Sign your child up today for memorable outdoor experiences! Read More

Spring Break Nature Discovery Camp 2020

Nature Discovery-Where outdoor adventure leads, science follows! Read More

Water Wheel Round Songwriter Series

The songwriter rounds held monthly at Lost River Cave feature very accomplished songwriters from the Bluegrass State, Nashville and as far away as Toronto, Canada. Read More

Girls in Nature Series

The Girls in Nature Series is designed to inspire girls’ interest in nature and develop their outdoor skills in a fun, engaging environment. Read More

Annual Butterfly Celebration 

Join us for the Annual Butterfly Celebration June 28, 2020. The first 300 children at the event will get to release a butterfly into the habitat. Read More

Get Down 2020

It’s time to reserve your table or tickets at one of the most exclusive events in town on August 1, 2020! Read More 

Volunteer Invasive Plant Initiative

Every Saturday from 1p-4p 


Help restore and preserve wildlife habitat by removing invasive and exotic plants from the Lost River Cave Valley. Read More 


Lost River Cave is proud to host Tinkergarten BG! Tinkergarten provides high-quality play-based early childhood learning in the healthiest classroom of all—the outdoors! Read More

Green River Grotto

The Green River Grotto holds monthly meetings in the River Birch Room at Lost River Cave. This organization is dedicated to the responsible survey, documentation, clean-up, and conservation of caves and the karst landscape. Read More

Kentucky Sierra Club –

Mammoth Cave Group  

Lost River Cave is home to the Mammoth Cave Group of the Kentucky Sierra Club Chapter. The group meets at 6:30 pm on the third Tuesday of the month in the River Birch Room. The group focuses on environmental issues impacting the Mammoth Cave area including sprawl, and air and water quality issues. Read More 

Wild Ones 
SOKY Chapter

Wild Ones is an organization dedicated to educating people about the importance of native plants and natural gardening practices. A new Chapter has begun in the Bowling Green area. For information about the next meeting email Annie Holt or call her at 270-393-0077. Read More



Big Trees of Bowling Green

This committee gathers data on the largest and most beneficial trees in Warren County. Those interested in helping to compile data for 2020 join us on the 4th Tuesday of each month. Contact Annie Holt, 270-393-0077, for information about meeting location. For data from the 2019 selected trees Read More.