Adult Nature Education Series:

The Peoples of Lost River Cave

From 10,000 years ago to today, the various peoples that have roamed and homed at Lost River Cave left many legacies behind. Learn about the Native American people, Civil War soldiers, early entrepreneurs, and merry-makers of the legendary beginnings.  Read More

Reindeer Encounter 2019

Prancer is coming to town! Prancer, Santa, and Mrs. Claus will return to Lost River Cave December 7 and 8! You don’t want to miss out on this festive, family fun event!  Read More

Snow Flurry Scurry 2020

Lost River Cave and Bowling Green Athletic Club invite you to participate in the 6th annual Snow Flurry Scurry 5K benefitting Lost River Cave!. Read More

Volunteer Invasive Plant Initiative

Every Saturday from 1p-4p 

March-November

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

Tinkergarten

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