335

miles from
grand canyon

78

miles from
moab

54

miles from telluride

1

magic
bus

Opening Late 2020 - Stay Tuned

Follow our journey on Instagram and stay tuned while we work to bring you a place to get away from it all. In the meantime, shop CampV from home and support rural projects.

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  • CampV Mug
    Visualize. Begin your day with your favorite cup of coffee or enjoy your favorite beverage by the campfire with this custom CampV Emalco mug.    ...
    $20.00
  • V Gift Cards
    Spread the V Love with a V Gift Card! Can be used at our bus boutique or be the first to book your dwelling when we open...
    $25.00
  • CampV Hat
    Blend in or stand out with our custom CampV trucker hat!  Your new hat also supports local trails -  $2 of each hat will be donated to local non-profit The...
    $20.00
  • CampV Robe
    This lightweight Kassatex Turkish Robe will satisfy all your lounging needs! The one size fits most has a fun gray border and snazzy CampV emblem.
    $80.00
  • Adventure Blanket
    Handwoven in Mexico and distributed from Boulder, Colorado these blankets are perfect for cozying up next to the campfire or in your vanlife adventures.
    $85.00
  • Rainbow Fireplace Matches
    These long rainbow matches make starting your campfire (or fire of choice) that much more enjoyable!       12" x 4" x 4" Materials: matches, glass,...
    $40.00
  • Palo Santo Incense
    Smudge or smoke it out with these Palo Santo Incense Sticks! For everyone, anytime 5" x 2.5" x 2.5"  Materials: paper tube + incense
    $18.00
  • Full Spectrum Chalk
    Get creative with this full spectrum chalk in a wooden box!  The first chalk was believed to be used in cave drawings, but lucky for you,...
    $30.00




We believe art can save the world and we plan to begin here with outdoor recreation as our backdrop.

Jodie Wright


I remember when Vancorum was home
to the Vanadium Corporation in the 1950's.

We called it Snob Hill because
it's where the bosses lived.

-Grandma Bette