Aramark Crater Lake

Aramark Crater Lake, located in Oregon, has inspired people for hundreds of years. No place else on earth combines a deep, pure lake, so blue in color; sheer surrounding cliffs, almost two thousand feet high; two picturesque islands; and a violent volcanic past.

 

Crater Lake National Park offers many summer activities such as camping, hiking, biking, fishing, and scenic tours around the lake all enclosed in a national forest setting.

 

Saving money is easy and outdoor adventure is at your doorstep. We hire over 200 people from all over the world, creating a very diverse workforce and many of our team members return year after year!

 

*Please note- Crater Lake is a very remote location, so it is best suited to people who enjoy nature and not a big city lifestyle. There are NO cities nearby and 2nd jobs are NOT possible!

www.craterlakelodges.com

 

REASONS TO JOIN US THIS SUMMER:

 

· Great wage! - $11.25 per hour!

· Employer provides housing for $59.50 per week!

· Employer has a meal plan! Students can eat 3 meals a day for only $12.00!

· Live and work at the 7th deepest lake in the WORLD!

· Enjoy over 90 miles of hiking trails!

· Couples and small groups of friends are encouraged to apply!

 

Employee recreation activities provided include an organized Holiday event, potluck dinners, Karaoke nights, movie nights, campfires, organized sports games and trips to nearby attractions. In the past summer, bus trips included a trip to Diamond Lake as well as into the town of Medford, Klamath Falls, Ashland and Bend, Oregon.

 

Student Testimonial- “I met with great people and i have great coworkers.” – Ogulcan, Turkey

 

Did you know…?

 

· Crater Lake is the deepest lake in the United States! At its deepest point it is 1,943 feet (592 meters) to the bottom, with an average lake depth of 1,148 feet (350 meters).

· Crater Lake National Park receives around 500,000 visitors each year, with July and August being the busiest months.

· Oregon has more ghost towns than any other state.

· At 8,000 feet deep Hells Canyon is the deepest river gorge in North America.

· The Oregon Trail is the longest of the overland routes used in the westward expansion of the United States.

 

What is the weather like in Crater Lake National Park?

 

Crater Lake features a climate with cold snowy winters along with hot summer afternoons and cool summer nights. Typical of its region, the area has a dry season in summertime, with the greatest precipitation occurring in wintertime, much of it falling as snow. Although it is not arid or semi-arid, total precipitation is still low, at 13.41 inches (340.6 mm) per year. The all-time record high is 105°F (40.6°C), set on July 27, 1911, and the all-time record low is −24°F (−31.1°C), set on January 15, 1888. The freeze-free season averages around 120 days, with the first freeze in a typical year being on September 21, and the last freeze being on June 1. On average 21 days per year reach 90°F (32°C) or higher, and 2 days per year reach temperatures of 0°F (−18°C) or lower. For more information on the weather in Crater Lake, please visit www.weather.com.

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