“RURAL AMERICA DESERVES ART, it deserves to be heard,” says Natalie Binder, founder of a new glamping hub-meets-artists haven outside the tiny town of Naturita, Colorado.
Binder is on a mission to bring engaging art installations and world-class hospitality to rural western Colorado. Her new glamping resort Camp V opened to travelers in April, 2021. Its name is taken from the old mining site that the area was named for — Vancorum. Nowadays visitors discover large-scale artworks combined with live performances, campfires, and on the best nights, inspiring stories bellowing from intrepid travelers who somehow, someway, have made their way to “the middle of nowhere.”