Cooking, Eating and Drinking

There’s something for everyone with Wood To Water’s quality camping cooking gear! Our selection of lightweight kitchen utensils are ideal for expert hiking or campfire relaxing. Read More

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Camping Cooking Gear

Whether you're looking to save space when backpacking, or cook up a storm on your next outdoor adventure, look no further than Wood To Water's extensive range of camping cooking gear!

Our huge selection of camping cooking solutions will have you prepared for anything. With leading brands like Jetboil, our selection of high-quality camping stoves suit needs from lightweight hiking to larger family holidays.

We stock dehydrated meals for expeditions. Take your hiking level up a notch with Wood To Water's ultimate survival packs and meals, and become a wilderness expert!

Our range of utensils is sleek, stylish and compact. They're great for serving up delicious meals for family and friends and are stackable for easy, space-saving packing.

Browse our full range of cooking, eating and drinking essentials to stay well-fed and ready for adventure on your next camping trip!


What equipment do you need to cook outdoors?

The camping cooking gear you’ll need will depend on the type of trip. Family campers will need a camping stove, pots and pans, cutlery and serving items. For lightweight hikes, a small, high-powered outdoor stove is ideal for boiling water and keeping you going in the great outdoors.

How do you stock a camping kitchen?

A handy camping kitchen includes a stove, fuel and lighter; cooking utensils such as pots, pans and tongs; plus all your plates, bowls and cutlery for serving and eating. Cool bags are great for packed lunches and days out exploring with the family!

Where to buy the best camping gear for cooking?

Wood To Water is the ultimate destination for quality camping cooking gear. Choose from lightweight outdoor stoves, utensils sets, and more – all designed to meet your unique needs.

Can I cook inside my tent?

Cooking in your tent is possible, but measures should be taken to ensure your safety. Cook in the frontmost part of your tent with open zips for ventilation. Never leave your stove unattended, and cook on a flat, non-flammable surface