Our employees enjoy a wilderness experience like no other. Activities could include wildlife viewing, boating, fishing, hiking, flying out in bush planes, viewing bears of Katmai National Park or just simply enjoying the experience of being in the great outdoors of Alaska and being a part of a great team of professionals who make Alaska Rainbow Lodge a place from which other lodges are judged.
The Lodge And It’s Operation
Alaska Rainbow Lodge is not unlike a small village. We generate our own electricity, have our own Class-A water system and operate our own septic system. We also maintain a warehouse of equipment, supplies and spare parts. We run three float planes, maintaining a fuel supply of 20,000 gallons of aviation fuel, diesel fuel as well as propane storage of 2000 gallons. We operate 40 jet boats, which employees may use on their time off. Our employees operate and maintain all these facilities and equipment to assure our guests are completely satisfied. We accommodate 16 guests per week and each guest stays 7 days. Our changeover day is Friday.