Heat-resistant tabletop with removable wash basin and side tables
Heavy duty aluminum frame and strong steel legs
Spice rack, utensil hooks and paper towel holder
Zippered fabric pantry with 2 internal shelves and bottom wire rack
Towel and dish rag rack
Includes heavy-duty zippered carry bag
Perfect for the campsite, tailgate, RV trip, or barbecues, the Bass Pro Shops® Deluxe Camp Kitchen combines lots of table space with a load of convenient features to make food prep at camp a breeze. Enjoy lots of room to prepare food, set supplies on, or handle the camp stove with a main table top made of heat resistant MDF flanked by a wire side table on one side an another MDF table on the other. Heavy duty steel legs and a durable aluminum frame provide a strong base for the kitchen, while the adjustable feet accommodate uneven terrain. A heavy-duty bottom wire rack and zippered fabric pantry with two internal shelves give you space to store goods off the ground. A spice rack, utensil hooks, and paper towel holder on the flip up backspash help you keep the basic tools close at hand when preparing meals, while the towel and dish rag rack on the side helps make clean up in the kitchen's removable plastic wash basin more convenient. This convenient design also incorporates a side divider ''splash screen'' to separate your cooking and wash areas for safer use. A telescoping lantern pole makes it easy to keep a light close after the sun goes down. Measuring 84'' x 19-3/4'' x 30'' when in use, this lightweight 36 lb. camp kitchen folds up compactly for easy transport and storage in its heavy-duty zippered carry bag (included). Weight capacity: 90 lbs.
Rated 4 out of 5 by PoppaDoc Perfect accessory for your accessories
The kitchen is easily set up for a weekend trip and adds even more when you're camping for a week. The lantern pole is poorly designed unless you have a very lightweight lantern or light. The kitchen cleans up quickly and stores in it's carry bag nicely. The weight is more than noticeable, but it wasn't designed for backpacking anyway. For a few of us driving to a state park to set up camp for a fishing weekend it is great.
March 30, 2013
Rated 5 out of 5 by DubyaD My wife loves it!
My wife usually does not comment about any of my hunting/camping purchases. However, after setting this up, she loves it.
November 26, 2012
Rated 5 out of 5 by HerrLes Great addition to camping equipment.
We decided to purchase this unit because it was the only one we could find with adjustable legs. The adjustment is the only disappointment we have experienced. (Not much travel in adjustments). Easy to set up with large work areas and good storage. Stores almost flat in its own carry case. A tad bit heavy, but means it probably will last longer. Wife doesn't impress easily, but really enjoyed using this unit.
September 17, 2012
Rated 5 out of 5 by Acheson2 Loved The Camp Kitchen!
This was my favorite part of camping! My husband and I are foodies and even when we are camping we still like to cook. Being able to prep the food on this countertop was great! It was easier to keep things organized and clean. It kept us from having to pile everything on the picnic table. My husband actually made fun of me after he found out I bought this. He thought it was totally unnecessary. However, that didn’t keep him from using it throughout the WHOLE CAMPING TRIP!! True, it’s quite heavy but other than that I LOVED IT!
September 6, 2012
While I don't know the manufacturers weight rating for it, i'd say yes. I have the powerhouse dual fuel stove and use cast iron on both burners and would guess it's hold well with another 20lbs on top of that too.
Yes. However, the cans of propane you use to work the stove do not fit on the shelf you are supposed to put the stove on. So, my husband had to breakoff a piece of wire shelving he had left over and wire it together to extend the shelf so it would fit both the stove and the propane canister. I forgot to mention that when I reviewed this product. We have to use tie wraps to hook our make shift shelf extention on and then when we breakdown the camp we have to cut the ties off to fit back in the carrying case.
There aren't any provisions for stakes, but Mine went through a freak thunder storm with high winds and hail without a problem. The center of gravity is quite low and there isn't a lot of surface area that'd catch the wind if your stove lid is down. You could put tie downs on the lower rack that run to tent stakes if you think it's that necessary.
When zooming in on the photo online, the legs do have stakes to stake down for support. In addition, you might try the Canopy Weight Bags item number 38-612-517-14. You would just fill up the bags and tie around the legs. Thanks