All Camping Stoves, Cookers & Systems

Cooking is part and parcel of camping, so it’s essential to choose a good quality stove that will make the experience hassle-free.

At Wood to Water, we have a range of portable camping stoves and cookers that are both easy to use, efficient and built to last.

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There are many types and sizes of camping stoves designed for a range of applications. For example, some camping stoves are designed specifically for cooking meals while others are better suited for boiling water or heating up food.

When choosing a camping stove, it's important to consider how many people you'll be cooking for, as well as what type of fuel you'll be using. For instance, if you're planning on cooking for a large group, you'll need a stove that's powerful enough to handle the demand.

Alternatively, if you're using a camping stove for boiling water or heating up food, you won't need as much power (or fuel) and can opt for a smaller model.

Cooking systems, for example, may include a range of accessories such as pots, pans and utensils, which can be stored in a neat and tidy carry case. These are perfect for camping trips where space is limited.

No matter what type of camping stove you're looking for, we're sure to have the perfect one for you in our range. Browse our selection of camping stoves and cookers today and find the perfect one for your next camping trip.

FAQs

What types of camping stoves are there?

There are many different types of camping stoves, designed for different purposes. For example, fast-boil stoves are designed specifically for boiling water, while multi-fuel stoves can be used for cooking meals.

What size camping stove do I need?

The size of the camping stove you need will depend on how many people you're cooking for. If you're feeding a large group, you'll need a powerful stove that can handle the demand. Alternatively, if you're just boiling water or heating up food, you can opt for a smaller model.

Is a butane or propane camp stove better?

This is a matter of personal preference. Butane camping stoves are typically more portable, while propane models tend to be more powerful.

How do I clean my camping stove?

After each use, it's important to clean your camping stove to prevent the build-up of dirt and grime. Use a soft cloth or brush to wipe down the stove, paying particular attention to the burner heads. For a deeper clean, you can disassemble the stove and soak the parts in soapy water. Dry all the parts thoroughly before reassembling the stove.