CampV is more than just a place to stay, it’s a space to inspire… both the creators and the guests. The concept of CampV was born from a desire to spark creativity, transform a community and utilize our talents to create an authentic experience and concept that can be brought to other rural communities.
We are preserving the history and creating a new story rooted in unique design, community, service, art, outdoor recreation and partnership to offer an experience that will enrich the lives of the surrounding community and the people that come together to create and maintain CampV.
CampV is the vision of Natalie Binder, and Jodie and Bruce Wright, founders of Telluride’s One Architects, as well as Steamboat Springs’ Four Points Funding, which invested as part of the Opportunity Zone that invests in rural communities in Colorado. There are also hosts and artists who live at CampV and run the day to day operations.