I outfitted three crews of eight people each with a Katadyn Base Camp Water Filter for a week trip to Boundary Waters Canoe Area in Minnesota. Each crew had similiar experienc…
- STEVE, 07/31/06
Start with fairly clear water and it will last you all season on one cartridge if you rinse it at home after each trip. I've heard folks complain about the weight (within a co…
- Trevor, 03/29/09
My boy scout troop uses these. It's pretty simple. It's just a big griddle that covers two burners. The heat is distributed pretty evenly and the little gutter at the end is…
- , 01/09/13
I run a camping group and organize trips for 30 to 40 campers at a time. This griddle sits perfectly on my Camp Chef Big Gas Grill and makes preparing breakfast a dream. Cle…
- Melissa, 12/14/12
This thing is so sweet. It's a total kitchen that folds up neatly into a provided carrying bag no more than a few inches thick. I'm bringing this to a music festival at the en…
- Michael, 06/09/11
Bought this to go camping to make pudgy pies and it gets the job done but I wish it was slightly larger. It is very light weight which is a bonus. The price is reasonable comp…
- Emily, 06/17/13
About Camp Chef
Camping and eating are two of my favorite things to do. Of course, eating extravagant meals and camping don't really combine all that well. Or, at least that's what I thought until I found out about Camp Chef. Camp Chef makes everything you need to bring your camping meals to the next level.
Making everything from pots and pans, to stoves and ovens, even grills and smokers, Camp Chef has the cookware you need for any event. For example, I'll take my Camp Chef grill with me when I go car camping, but I'll also use it for other events like tailgating. Lightweight and easily portable, my Camp Chef gear is always a hit everywhere I go. If you like to eat great meals, but need easy portability, check out Camp Chef cookware. You'll still look like a grill-master, even if you burn the food.