CampV Listed in “Bright Ideas in Travel” by Condé Nast

CampV Listed in “Bright Ideas in Travel” by Condé Nast

Glamping adventures can be found in nearly every corner of our Big Blue Marble. And now – drumroll please – just down the road a piece (about an hour away) from Telluride is CampV, a place grounded in the logic of the land and its history, offering guests somethings old and somethings new.

“CampV is more than just a place to stay; it’s a space to inspire… both creators and 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 travel to other rural communities,”said creators/founders Bruce + Jodie Wright, (One Architects), and Natalie Binder, luxury hospitality expert.

Recently CampV was recognized in Condé Nast Traveler’s first ever Bright Ideas in Travel List. The Bright Ideas list is the 56 players and places and bold new concepts moving the industry into the future.

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The recognition is for CampV’s work in “repurposing a former mining boomtown [Vancorum] for tourism that revitalizes forgotten places with jobs, creativity and a sense of community.” Further, “as architects and planners push for greater recycling of buildings and public spaces, many of these places are being cleverly repurposed as vacation destinations.”

“We are so humbled to be included with brands we admire in the travel space. It is inspiring that Condé Nast values work being done to restore a former mining town and create opportunity in our rural corner of Colorado,” said Natalie.

According to Condé Nast Traveler, CampV and the other innovators featured on the list are changing the way we travel.

Honorees were selected by their global network of editors working in the United States, United Kingdom, Spain, Italy, India, the Middle East, and China. 

Looking ahead, CampV is working on Vtrove, a mixed-use art and event space recently awarded $2 million from the Colorado Community Creative Revitalization Grant. 

To learn more about Condé Nast Traveler Bright Ideas in Travel 2022, click here.

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