Bespoke Campground's strives to support education & growth of our state for years to come. We will accomplish this through these impactful partnerships:

Representing 1.4% of the primary farm operators in the state, black farmers account for less than 600 of the more than 76,000 agricultural operations in Kentucky.The mission of Black Soil: Our Better Nature is to reconnect black Kentuckians to their legacy and heritage in agriculture.

Bespoke Campgrounds has partnered with Black Soil for resources across the entire 
campground to help foster sustainability for black farmers and producers as they provide healthy food options to a larger consumer base.

Fund for The Arts

Fund for the Arts works to maximize the impact of the arts on economic development, education and the quality of life for everyone by generating resources, inspiring excellence, and creating community connections.

A portion of funds from Camp Bespoke will be donated to the Fund for the Arts to support visual, performing, and culinary arts programming for minorities, underserved youth, and artists throughout the state of Kentucky.

Kentucky Native American Heritage Museum

The Kentucky Native American Heritage Museum was founded in 1999 to promote understanding of North America’s Indigenous People from both historic and contemporary perspectives, through collection and dissemination of information about their histories, cultures, beliefs, and expressive arts; their existing communities, lifestyles, occupations and ways; and their past and ongoing contributions to Appalachia’s and our nation’s cultural weave.

Upon opening, $1 from every Tipi booked at Camp Bespoke will go directly to the Kentucky Native American Heritage Museum with a yearly minimum donation of $5,000.
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