The Cabins Continued
Honey Moon - Built in the 1960's this cozy log cabin features 2 rooms and a full bathroom. Plans to remodel the interior are in design and plans to be more of a private honey moon style cabin with living room and wood burning stove for a true romantic wilderness setting. To see the guest rooms click here: THE ROOMS.
La Chase - Built in the early 1990's this log cabin is a neat bunk house style building with large logs and a wood burning stove. To see the guest rooms click here: THE ROOMS.
Caribou & Moose Cabins - These newer cabins were built in the last few years as private cabins on the the hill with a private deck and view of the lake, Puntilla Mountain and the property below. To see the guest rooms click here: THE ROOMS.
Buckey's Cabin - This is Buckey's private home and year round residence. Buckey first came to the lodge in 1963 and built his log cabin in 1981. He is the lodge Historian and Museum Curator; as his cabin is also a world-class museum filled with unique treasures from all over the world. It is a hunting and outdoor history of over 400 years, with some relics dating back over 10,000 years. Some of these items are the only one's in Alaska and some you have never even heard of. You will not be able to see it all in one trip. To see the guest rooms click here: THE ROOMS.
Snob Hill - Affectionately named by Denise's brother Marc is the lodge home of Steve & Denise Perrins. Built in the late 1980's and features, a small kitchen, dining room, master bedroom loft, guest bedroom, full bathroom, and entertaining area filled with game mounts and antiques from around the globe.
The Perrins Rainy Pass Lodge is your rustic, yet well-appointed 'Cabin in the Woods' nestled in the heart of the Alaska Range. The buildings here are primarily log cabins dating back to 1937. The lodge is located on 5 acres of private land and surrounded by hundreds of miles of un-inhabited State land . On the property there are 12 main buildings with a handful of little sheds and service buildings. Off the property are 10 'OUT CAMPS' that we use for guest activities and hunting camps.
Main Lodge - Built around 1989 and includes our 4 deluxe rooms, kitchen and dinning room during the winter season, caretakers quarters, full guest bathroom, laundry room, basement storage and FAA weather reporting room. Dinning room may also be used for presentations and meetings. To see the guest rooms click here: THE ROOMS.
Cook House - Built in 1982; one of the few non-log cabin buildings is used as our main cooking facility during the summer and hunting seasons, includes, large dinning room, kitchen, office/gift shop, guest bathroom, full bathroom, laundry facilities, basement storage, wine cellar, and extra staff room. Dinning room may also be used for presentations and meetings. this building is given to the Iditarod during the race and is used as their headquarters for the checkpoint.
Hunter's Lodge - Built in 1978 this cabin features 3 bedrooms, 2 full bathrooms, a large social room with luxury leather couches, a wrap around bar with bar seating, and a separate seating area by the wood burning fireplace. This cabin is decorated in the unique fashion that you would expect to see at a remote wilderness lodge. To see the guest rooms click here: THE ROOMS.
The Cabins Continued
Guide Shack - Built in the early 1960's this was one of Bud Branhum's first cabins and personal residence. It should have been restored 20 years ago and has been falling apart ever since. Efforts are underway to restore it as much as possibly as the history of this place is extremely important to the Perrins Family. This cabin is used for some guest services, staff housing, and storage. To see the guest rooms click here: THE ROOMS.
Puntilla's Cabin - Built in 1937, the year the lodge was founded, is the oldest building on the property. Wayno Puntilla born in 1881, was a trapper in this country in the early 1900's and sold his area to Bud Branhum who started the lodge and named the lake and mountain after Wayno Puntilla. Clay Perrins restored this cabin with his wife April and now use it as their private cabin.
Boys Cabin - Built in the early 1960's this is a cute little cabin built by Bud Branhum's brother Dennis as his residence. It is currently used as Shane & Jana Perrin's private cabin along with their 3 kids.
Trapper's Cabin - Built within the last few years this cabin is the newest log cabin on the property and is the private home of Steve II & Carly Perrins. Although it's the newest on the property and features a covered 'snow machine port' it was built and looks like an older style trappers cabin. The tree's have been left around it for a more 'Cabin-In-The-Woods' feel and the logs were left with the bark on them to give it a more older rustic look. Another thing you won't see very often is a sprinkler on the roof, that's right, It's a sawed roof with grass, wild flowers, and fireweed.
Musher's Cabin - This cabin is strictly a bunk cabin used to accommodate the mushers during the Iditarod race and lodge staff during the rest of the season.
Other Buildings Include
Floating Sauna, Green House, Tack Shed, Meat Shed, Generator Shed, Shop, Tool Shed, and Feed Shed.