Create Specific Spaces
Organize your kitchen by clearly defined spaces so that people know where to go when they want something, instead of digging through three bags and leaving a mess in their wake.
For example, the cooking area should be where the camp stove is. There you can keep the oil, cooking utensils, extra propane or anything else you need. This makes it easy for someone to cook while others come and go. It also ensures everything you need for cooking is close by, so you don't have to go looking for it every time you turn on the stove.
Invest in an Organizer
Sometimes, it doesn't matter how organized you are. Without drawers, convenient storage spaces and a counter, the kitchen becomes a mess. In this case, it may be time to invest in an actual camp kitchen. There are many of them on the market, and each one provides something different. In general, a camp kitchen has storage and drawers that close, a spot for your stove to go, hangers for utensils, and counter space.
The Kelty Basecamp Kitchen is a great option for a large family camping for extended periods of time. It folds down completely making it easy to store and transport. With a counter space, a designated area for your camp stove, and shelved storage in a zipper pocket you can keep everything in one organized place.
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