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Updated on April 12, 2010

Camping can be as simple or complicated as you want to make it. But there are certain things that just make camping easier. Camping is a strenuous trip but it's fun and healthy for you. Having a camping stove is just a little thing to have that can make the trip a little less difficult for you.

Yes, you can cook on a fire, but it takes a lot of work and waiting especially in the morning when you really want that first cup of coffee. Or like me you have been out fishing all day in the boat and just want to eat as quickly as possible when you get back to camp. A flick of a match and your camp stove is ready to use. I prefer this method because when you cook on a fire the outsides of your cookware get all charred and black. Now you have the added work of washing off this charred mess on your pots and pans and if you don't you hands will be black next time you pick up your cookware.  You can avoid this by using a camp stove.

2 or More Burner Camp Stoves

This Coleman PerfectFlow InstaStart 2 Burner Stove is excellent. It uses a propane bottle and regulates the fuel flow for an even heat.

The Coleman 2 Burner Dual Fuel Compact Liquid Fuel Stove is the old standard. This is the most common stove seen at campsites. I have one of these myself and it is well over 25 years old and still going strong. You can still get parts for these stoves and they are very much worth the money spent. You probably won't ever need another camp stove.

The Stansport Outfitter Series 50,000 BTU Output is a propane cylinder stove, and it has an electronic igniter for matchless starting, which is excellent in the rain or wind. A really great buy.

The Coleman 3 Burner is exactly the same as the 2 burner. A really great buy.

One Burner Stoves

The Coleman Propane Powerpack Perfectflow Stove is a propane stove, so a cylinder of propane is needed. Very lightweight stove, just over a pound is great for backpacking.

The 10,000Btu Single Burner Stove with Carry Bag, is a simple stove that screws onto a cylinder of propane. Great stove for backpacking.

The Coleman Perfectflow 1 Burner Stove screws onto a cylinder of propane, lightweight it's perfect for the backpacker.

The Coleman PowerPack 1 Burner Stove is a bit fancier stove, and is fueled by propane and has the Coleman name behind it.

Camp Stove Accessories

The Coleman Stove Carry Case is a great way to store your stove after the camping season is over.

The Coleman Fuel Filler helps you avoid spilling the fuel if you are using the liquid fuel type of camping stove.

The Flint Striker helps your start your stove or your campfire. It will spark when it's windy when your lighter won't.

Waterproof Matches are a must when out camping. Nothing worse then being wet and cold and you can't get the stove lit for that much needed cup of coffee.

Some foods are tough to make while out camping. With the Camp Stove Toaster this food is made easy again.

Some days are just windy, with the Optimus Wind Foil you can block more wind from reaching your stove and blowing out the flame.


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    • fishtiger58 profile image

      fishtiger58 7 years ago from Momence, Illinois

      LOL thanks for reading Sandy, ummm it will be finished tonight.

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      Sandy Mertens 7 years ago from Wisconsin, USA

      OK, I have my tent, sleeping bag and camping stove. I can't wait to see what is next. Nice hub.

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      fishtiger58 7 years ago from Momence, Illinois

      You are so very welcome zzron thanks for reading.

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      zzron 7 years ago from Houston, TX.

      Thanks so much for this information.