Redfish Lake Lodge was built in 1929 by Robert Limbert, who was an incredible person. He was a poet, artist, sharp shooter, story teller, and an avid outdoorsman. He was perhaps the most influential Idahoan during his time, and he even had dinner with Al Capone (more on that later). Our history is very important to us, and to stay close to our roots and move forward, we look backwards. The Lodge has gone through several incredible owners. Arlen and Derrel Crouch purchased the Lodge in 1999. They both came here as children and had a deep love and connection with the area. Jeff and Audra Clegg (Arlen and Derrel’s son-in-law and daughter) have managed the lodge since that time. They are honored to be stewards of such a special place. We love hospitality here, and strive to provide the best rustic, adventure hospitality in Idaho.
Our first priority is our staff. We want to make sure that you have an incredible summer. We want you to be the best version of yourself. We encourage you to get outside, grow, play, learn and work hard this summer. We want you to leave a better person than when you started. We also want you to regard and follow company policies and rules. Secondly, we want to provide our guests with an incredible experience that enhances their lives and blesses their families. We want them to experience warmth, adventure, energy and authenticity while they stay with us. A wonderful experience comes from how we treat our guests. We treat our guests like GOLD! We love them and take care of them, so that they leave Redfish as better people. If you love, care for and treat our guests, your coworkers, and managers with kindness, you will be successful here. We are big believers in the golden rule. Our third mission is to protect and enhance the lake and the resort grounds. We strive to be great environmental stewards, and take care of our surroundings the very best we can. And lastly, we hope to run a successful business that rewards and brings a sense of community for all involved.
Yoga classes from a certified yoga instructor 20% off at our restaurant Limbert's, the Lakeside Grill, and the General Store 10% off lodging at Redfish and our sister properties in Stanley, ID 50% off pontoon rentals Access to free river rafting, guided horseback rides and guided climbing Opportunities for professional development
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Nothing is more important to us than our Redfish family! We seek out warm, energetic, adventurous and authentic individuals who can provide the best hospitality humanly possible. That is our number one priority! Your summer at Redfish will be the best summer of your life. Ask any of our previous team members. It will also be filled with many challenges that will help you grow in ways that you might not have imagined. A summer at the lake means a summer filled with adventure, long days, and relationships that will last a lifetime.
Housing for Redfish team members is on site and is about 1⁄4 mile from the lodge. In your housing, you will be provided with a closet and a dresser. If your housing does not have a bathroom, you will have access to the dorm style shower and bathroom in the “Ritz” building, which is a very short walk away. Quiet hours are from 10pm to 9am. It is very important that you keep your living area clean, and there will be periodic cleaning checks (some announced, some not) throughout the course of the summer. Cleaning supplies will be located in the housekeeping building or in the closet at the Ritz. If you are living in Stanley and working at the Lodge, you will be required to park in a designated parking area. All or any of your guests need to be approved prior by management.
You pay $10 dollars a day for food, and your housing is free during your employment. You will be provided with three meals a day at the chow hall. Breakfast is from 7am-10am, Lunch is from 11:30-2pm and Dinner is from 4:30-6:30pm. It is a good idea to bring snacks for outside of these meal times. If you have any dietary restrictions, please let us know. Our amazing employee chef will be able to help in some regards.