Management Team


Skip Bell, Manager skip@campnavarroca.com   Skip Bell hails from Utah and has spent his entire career immersed in nature in various capacaties as a an outfiitter guide, property manager and a master carpenter and builder. Skip has lived with the Sioux Tribe, run his own Grand canyon river company, and as the onsite manager of Camp Navarro, helped transform the camp into the vision that was dreamed up years ago. Skip looks forward to welcoming you into his home at Camp Navarro.  

Skip Bell, Manager

skip@campnavarroca.com

 

Skip Bell hails from Utah and has spent his entire career immersed in nature in various capacaties as a an outfiitter guide, property manager and a master carpenter and builder. Skip has lived with the Sioux Tribe, run his own Grand canyon river company, and as the onsite manager of Camp Navarro, helped transform the camp into the vision that was dreamed up years ago. Skip looks forward to welcoming you into his home at Camp Navarro.

 

Dan Braun, Owner/CEO dan@campnavarroca.com     Dan was born in San Francisco and has spent his thirty year career connecting people to nature and building world class outdoor companies. For Dan, it all started with spending fifteen years at summer camp near Yosemite and at a young age he knew his calling and that someday he would own a camp. He is also the co-founder of Evergreen Lodge-Yosemite, Southern Yosemite Mountain Guides and Nature Partners. Nothing makes Dan happier than sharing experiences in nature and stewarding underutilized land assets forward for public good and use.

Dan Braun, Owner/CEO

dan@campnavarroca.com  

 

Dan was born in San Francisco and has spent his thirty year career connecting people to nature and building world class outdoor companies. For Dan, it all started with spending fifteen years at summer camp near Yosemite and at a young age he knew his calling and that someday he would own a camp. He is also the co-founder of Evergreen Lodge-Yosemite, Southern Yosemite Mountain Guides and Nature Partners. Nothing makes Dan happier than sharing experiences in nature and stewarding underutilized land assets forward for public good and use.