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“Cache in Trash Out” Geocaching, Lost River Cave, Bowling Green, KY

As we continue to celebrate 20 years of the “Friends of the Lost River” it is important to remember to give back to the park. Join our staff, community members, and other outdoor enthusiasts as we participate in the first annual Cache In Trash Out event at Lost River Cave & Valley.

On Saturday, July 24th people from across the region will be gathering to beautify the 70-acre park by removing litter, enjoy a delicious cookout with great friends, and conclude with one of Lost River’s acclaimed Geocaching 101 events, once again led by local expert, Danny Bays!

Arrive at Lost River around 3:00 p.m. to register. All of your necessary equipment will be provided by the park. Cleanup processes will begin promptly at 3:30 p.m.
Once a substantial amount of trash has been collected and everyone is tired and hungry it will be time to begin the cookout, featuring favorite picnic dishes!
After dinner, at approximately 6:00 p.m., join up with Danny and get ready to learn about geocaching. Whether you are an expert or a newbie, this event will be exciting, educational and entertaining. Geocaching is the interactive sport that is gaining popularity every day.

Bring your GPS unit or borrow one of ours for this unique 101-style course.

With any questions about CITO, please email drew@lostrivercave.com.

We hope to see you at this wonderful event!

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Lost River Cave: A Stop on the Kentucky H.O.G. Rally

On Thursday, June 10 the Kentucky State H.O.G. Rally began with an opening ceremony and kick-start party “HOGS Underground” in the ballroom of the cave.

Lost River was one of the first stops for the HOG tour of Bowling Green that included a variety of interactive and entertaining activities and events geared toward motorcycle enthusiasts.

“It’s wonderful to be able to interact with the different people that come through Bowling Green for special events like this one,” said Rho Lansden, executive director of Lost River Cave. “We are so proud of the excitement that our community elicits for different community groups.”

After their stop at Lost River, the rally continued on for three days full of sight-seeing and riding along some of the most beautiful byways in the nation!

Here are some pictures from the event at Lost River.


Lost River Is On Myspace

Once again we are delving into the world of social media here at Lost River Cave & Valley.

Today’s new addition is our very first Myspace page! Do you have one?

If you have Myspace, you should be our friend. Check out our profile at http://www.myspace.com/lostrivercave, or click here.

Other ways to be our friend include Facebook and Twitter as well as following the WordPress blog which you are on!

What do you think about social media?