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Light My Fire

Camp Stove Basics
Camp Stove Basics

Sure, you could survive on Clif bars and peanuts when you're camping if you had to, but after a long day of hiking, biking, or skiing, you're going to need a hot meal to truly satisfy your hunger. Cooking over an open fire is fine for hot dogs and marshmallows, but if you plan on eating anything else, you need a camp stove. There is a wide array of different types of camp stoves, but they can be generally divided into two groups—campground stoves and backpacking stoves.


Backpacking stoves are lightweight, compact stoves that are ideal for multi-day trips and solo camping. Although not good when cooking for more than a couple of people, they can't be beat for weight and convenience.

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If you're car camping, opt for a campground stove. While heavy and not good for long treks, they're ideal for cooking for a group and much more versatile than backpacking stoves.

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