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    6 Reviews


    No more squished cookies brought from home.

    Chocolate chip cookies fresh out of the oven on a camping trip? Yes, you can! The Camp Chef Outdoor Camp Oven is a fully portable oven and range combo you can take to the state park, the lake, or anywhere else you set up camp. Two 7,500 BTU propane burners on the rangetop take care of dinner, while the 3,000 BTU/hr oven heats all the way up to 400 degrees to bake casseroles, cookies, muffins, and other delicacies.
    • Stainless steel construction and nonstick enamel cooking surface make cleanup easy
    • Matchless ignition keep your tender little digits out of harm's way
    • Oven includes two racks and thermometer
    • Powered by disposable one-punt propane can or can be adapted for a bulk tank
    • Item #CCF0042

    Tech Specs

    stainless steel, [cooking surface] non-stick enamel
    (range) 21 x 12 in, (inside oven) 10 x 16 x 10 in, (full dimensions) 21 x 13 x 18 in
    Fuel Type
    Auto Ignition
    Fuel Bottle or Canister Included
    Claimed Weight
    35 lb
    Recommended Use
    outdoor cooking and baking
    Manufacturer Warranty

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    Awesome for trips

    • Familiarity: I gave it as a gift but have feedback to share

    This thing is ideal for long camping trips so you can make your favorite food in the outdoors. I purchased this oven as a gift and the receiver immediately put it to use and raved about how well it works. I believe I am going to have to buy one for myself now ;)

    If you like the comforts of home.

      This is a perfect example of a peice that is for certain people or certain situations. Great places to have this would be car camping, tailgaiting or just living out of your van down by the river. This isn't something I would use if I was car camping by myself +1, but if your heading out with a group of friends to go squatching for a few days, this is something you should consider. Bake or use the range to cook up homemade meals for you and your friendly area squatch to enjoy.


      • Familiarity: I've used it once or twice and have initial impressions

      Just saw this in action. Finally you can go camping and not have to worry about eating out while still eating well. Its much nicer to stay at camp and just cook, with this the options are truly endless. Not just about what you can cook but, how easy it is to cook it. Sure you can make pizza but, with an oven you can BAKE pizza. I cant wait to get mine, car camping excursions in the summer just got a whole lot better. I cannot speak to its durability but, Camp Chef is the leader in this industry so if you take care of it I am sure it will last for years.

      Love the Camp Chef Camp Stove/Oven

      • Familiarity: I've put it through the wringer

      After looking at this item for nearly a year, I finally decided to purchase. And I am so glad that I did.....we used the oven in our camper all the time when we are out, and the problem was, it would heat our camper up to the point that we had to run the air conditioner in the middle of the late fall and early spring..and in the summer it was worse.

      After looking at 5 different locations to purchase the item, I got it here at Back was the cheapest price that I found.

      In the past 2 weeks, we have been camping and have used the oven for lasagana, bread, cinnamon rolls, cake, and even bacon. It is WONDERFUL....Now I am just waiting to buy the carry case to go along with the oven.

      Our friends seen the unit and want to buy the same is outstanding

      Great Camp oven

        Used on the verandah for at home 'camping' on hot summer days ,wish I had it when we owned our off the grid camp cabin!!

        I suggest you get the optional connector for the bulk tank. Well constructed, true value for your dollars. Top burners allow a normal skillet, or pot. Oven needs smaller cookie sheets than normal. LOVE this unit!

        Gourmet in the woods!

          This is another great Camp Chef product. Cooks just like a household range. I've baked everything from brownies to pork roast in the oven and it ALL turned out perfect. The burners are easy to control and simmer as well as heat up fast for frying or boiling. I have used one pound canisters as well as a bulk tank with a Camp Chef supply hose to fuel the stove and both work very well. If you are going to be in the woods or mountains for more then a day or two and want to enhance your time there with something more than roasted wieners over a camp fire or freeze dried space food hydrated with water you heat with your Jetboil then get this! If you can't really cook at home please move along and don't waste your time or money with this sweet piece of gear until you learn some culinary basics. This unit will compliment the proficient and elevate the connoisseur to new levels of tasty wilderness cuisine. The one and only thing I do differently when baking with this oven is to rotate the roasting pan, muffin tin, or cookie sheet, 180 degrees half way through the allotted cooking time... but that is just precautionary and only done to insure everything is perfectly cooked.

          if you have a range vent, can this stove/oven...

          if you have a range vent, can this stove/oven be used in a camper

          Can the stove and range be used indoors...

          Can the stove and range be used indoors with use of propane, or do sides of this oven get hot enough to be a fire hazard?

          Best Answer

          Hey Will,

          That's so not recommended! Good way to die, dude. Fire hazard is the least of your worries, it's the carbon monoxide that'll get you. If it's really something you have to do, just make absolutely certain that you have lots of ventilation.