Many of you have asked where our new Holiday Cottages will be located in the campground.
They are replacing several of our Standard Rental RVs and will be at 200 – 216. We’re also replacing 232, 233, and 235 with handicap accessible Holiday Cottages. 🙂
Always wondered what it would be like to work in a fun tourism environment? Or what it would be like to be part of the Lake Rudolph team? Now is your chance!
We’re hosting a Job Fair on Saturday, February 28, here at the Lake Rudolph office. Join us any time between 9am and Noon CST to learn more about the seasonal positions we have available. Arrive at the main campground entrance and we’ll direct you where to park. 🙂
We have seasonal openings in the following positions:
- Guest Services Coordinator
- Resort Housekeeper
- RV Ranger
- Shuttle Operator
- Activities Assistant
- Food Service Coordinator
- Store Clerk
- Resort Groundskeeper
- Resort Maintenance Technician
Everyone is welcome, but you must be at least 16 years of age, with some positions requiring applicants to be older.
Not able to attend the job fair? That’s okay … apply online by visiting LakeRudolph.com/employment.
A few of our new Holiday Cottages arrived today!
Want to see them?
Would you like to see the inside of a cottage? Okay, you twisted our arm. :p
This should give you a better idea of where the new Camp Store and Blitzen Kitchen facility will be located. 🙂
The concrete floor was poured today. There’s a lovely blue sky today!
As much as I wanted to (and the guys teased me about it) I resisted writing my name in the fresh concrete. 😉
One of the things that Santa brought us for 2015 is 20 NEW Holiday Cottages!
Each cottage sleeps 5-7 people and includes two bedrooms, flat screen TVs with cable, kitchen, full bath and much more! Three of the cottages will be handicap accessible units. All of them will be located near our Family Cabins.
What is included …
- Cottage site includes attached screened-in porch, picnic table, fire ring, and a charcoal grill
- Number of Bedrooms: 2
- Master bedroom has a Queen bed and TV
- Second bedroom has two beds … one full size and a single bunk
- Family Room includes a full size sectional sleeper sofa, TV
- Pillows, pillowcases and fitted sheets are provided
- The bathroom includes a shower, sink, and toilet
- Each unit includes air conditioning and heat
- Full size refrigerator/freezer
- Microwave Oven
- Coffee Maker
- Utensils, plates, cups, glasses, pots and pans
- Dishwashing liquid and broom
- Free WiFi
Bathroom with sink, toilet, and shower
Family room with full size sectional sleeper sofa
Full bed and a bunk bed
Holiday Cottage exterior
Kitchen with full size appliances
Queen bed in master bedroom
Want to know what Santa brought us for being good all year? Here’s a list of improvements and additions for 2015! Some were completed in 2014, but they will be new to many of you that visited us earlier in the season!
We think you’ll be quite excited about a few of these … we sure are!
- New Playground in our Prancer section
- 20 New Vacation Rentals (Holiday Cottages) that will sleep 5 to 7 people (details coming soon)
- New Miniature Golf Course
- New Splash Pad at Santa’s Splash Down WaterPark
- New Fountain in the lake
- New pavement, sealing and striping of interior roads and basketball courts
- 2 New Christmas Cabins
- A minimum of 12 RV Sites upgraded to Deluxe with concrete pads and patios
- 2 flat-screen TVs added with cable in each of our 15 Family Cabins
- New Decks, skirting and awnings on select Rental RVs
- MORE TO BE ANNOUNCED SOON
We’ll post photos of construction and additions along the way. See you this spring!
It is a bit sooner than normal, but we had our first snowfall of the season when we woke up this morning!
And wow, it was about four inches in some spots! Sled riding down Dasher Hill anyone? Don’t ask me how we’d stop though.
It sure is beautiful! The holly in front of our office was covered in snow.
Anyone want to volunteer to finish putting up the lights for the Santa Claus Land of Lights? It is only a teensy bit cold. Okay, I fibbed. It’s a lot cold!
But we’ll be ready for opening night on Thanksgiving!
A lot goes into decorating a site for Halloween Weekends here at Lake Rudolph. Especially a first place site.
Over the course of three afternoons, we took a photo every minute of the Derringer’s Haunted Trail on 18-K. They were busy! Here’s the fun time lapse video …
When Santa Claus challenged the staff at Lake Rudolph to take the Ice Bucket Challenge, of course we accepted. Striking out ALS is close to our hearts as our wonderful friend David Kinney was recently diagnosed. Kelly, David’s wife, has worked for Lake Rudolph for many, many years. They are family.
David, Kelly, and their kiddos joined us during our Ice Bucket Challenge. We’re thrilled that we could come together with our Lake Rudolph family and complete the challenge in honor of David, Kelly, their family, and all those affected by ALS. We love you Kinney Family!
Together, let’s strike out ALS.
Part one of the Ice Bucket Challenge complete! Part 2 … donate toward ALS, which we are also doing.
And now we challenge …
- Nick DiBella
- All of Region 15 at Sun Communities
Are you ready for the ice bucket challenge?! Grab a bucket of ice water, dig deep, and commit to make a donation to strike out ALS. For more information regarding ALS and to donate, please visit www.ALSA.org.
We love this cartoon Rudolph. Thanks for sharing it with us Marisa!
Rudolph is even fishing in her cartoon … one of his favorite outdoor activities! It is Lake Rudolph, after all. 😉