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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 2 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.
Durable and convenient
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
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
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
Worked Like a Charm
I researched camp kitchens for weeks until I finally decided on Bass Pro Shop's Deluxe Camp Kitchen and I couldn't be happier with my purchase. .I am 5' 11" and have had 2 back surgeries over the last 3 years so having a camp kitchen was a must for me as cooking on the ground is painful and I really didn't want to take up valuable picnic tabletop space on a camping stove. We used this kitchen for the first time this past weekend for a 3 day/2 night family camping trip in PA. It is small enough to fit in the back of a 2005 Honda CR-V. It is lightweight and easlily transported from the car to the site by one person (me). Setting up the kitchen took me less than 5 minutes. The main tabletop offered plenty of space for prep work and the papertowl holder, utencil hooks and two small wire baskets (one for a sponge and dishsoap and one for spices) were a valuable addition. The two side tables provide ample room (when facing the kitchen....the left table was great for keeping the food to be cooked and the right table was great for the camping stove). The collapsable, two-shelved hanging pantry was roomy and appears to be very durable (time will tell). The built in sink was a welcome addition. Just fill with soapy water and boom....cleaning the dishes was very easy. The steel belted cooler I own fit perfectly under the right-side table when I kept the camping stove. The wire rack that fits under the main table table was huge and was where we stored all our camping pots and pans. The carry case (included with the kitchen) is made of heavy fabric and is not super tight fitting so getting the kitchen in and out was no problem. Two minor issues worth noting (but not enough to take away a star): 1) the legs could have been a little taller....being 5' 11" helped as I didn't really need to bend over too much when prepping and cooking, but if you are 6' or taller, and spent a lot of time at the kitchen prepping, cooking, doing dishes, etc...I could see where the kitchen height might become an issue; and, 2) the lantern pole could have been constructed using a heavier gauge as it appears to be a bit flimsy-looking. Since I didn't cook in the dark, I never got around to hanging a lantern on it and instead, used it to hang an empy, collapsable, 5 gallon bucket to air dry. Aside from these two minor issues, this camp kitchen offers the best combination of usable working space and storage space for a very fair price. I would never go camping without this kitchen in my arsenal.
August 27, 2012
Love this camp kitchen and while in gatlinburg this past week we had a bear in camp. He moved kitchen about 4 inches from where it was sitting but no damage.Found it very helpful for preparation and cleaning up.
June 23, 2012
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.
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
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