The core value and primary concept of CampV is community. Engaging with the CampV community, local community and regional community through ART, story telling, campfires, and extensive programming. CampV will spark a new conversation rooted in connection, community and storytelling.
Long before the miners arrived at Camp V, the Ute Indians lived near Camp V and traded with the first Spanish Explorers. Because history is present in all we do, we intend to preserve history while we journey into the future.
As we build Camp V, we will build community through shared conversations, late night fire talks and art installations. We believe in weaving this community together for dreamers, campers and wanders to share their stories.