Lost River Cave
2818 Nashville Road
Bowling Green, KY 42101
Call us : (270) 393-0077
Rho Lansden | Executive Director
I’m responsible for planning, organizing, managing and sustaining the goals and hopes and dreams of this exciting organization. Invite me to speak at your next function!
My husband loves to say, “I always knew I’d end up with a cave woman!”
Mary Mitchell | Business Administrator
Please contact me about: Accounts Payable & Receivable, Insurance and Human Resources.
“I hike the trails with my sons all of the time. The Blue Hole Trail is our favorite!”
Annie Holt | Naturalist
School, Scout and Children’s Nature and Educational Programming; Summer Employment and Internships; Cave, Karst and Environmental Inquiries; Tour Staff Inquiries and Training; Public Speaking Appearances; Grant Services; and Volunteer Services.
Sylvia Risher | Wildflower Gifts Manager
Please contact me about any of the 6,000+ items in the Gift Shop. I promise you’ll discovery something new each time you visit. (Vendors by appointment.)
“My granddaughter Grace said her tour on the Kid’s Discovery Cave Crawl was the best day of her life.”
Justin Jennings | Operations Supervisor
Manages and maintains the operations of the 70-acre Park which includes the buildings, the Cave Boat Tour, rental facilities, open spaces and trails.
“Check out Scout’s Lookout in the Nature Explore Outdoor Classroom. It was named by the staff…after my new daughter.”
Katie Cielinski | Administrator & Events Coordinator
Brides, birthdays and parties are my thing! I love seeing the creativity that each renter brings to make their special day uniquely their own.
”This started as a summer job while in college and I love being a part of the growth and outreach that has developed over the past few years.”
Emily Lobb Hendricksen | Wildflower Gifts Assistant Manager
Daily arrivals of new merchandise keeps me very busy. Inventory management and designing new displays helps to make my job fun and always interesting.
“I love to get to work early in the morning to enjoy the beauty and stillness of the grounds.”