Cabela's Deluxe Camper's Kitchen

Priced: $162.99 Rated:   - 5 stars out of 5 by 4 reviews.
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Cabela's Deluxe Camper's Kitchen -
With our Camper’s Kitchen, camp cooking takes on a whole new meaning, letting you create meals with virtually all the workspace and conveniences found in your own kitchen. Because it folds down and packs into its included 42" x 26" x 14" Cordura® nylon carry bag, it’s compact enough to stow virtually anywhere – the campsite, lakeshore or hunting shack. The strong tubular steel frame offers quick, easy setup and takedown without sacrificing strength. Three oversized tabletops create plenty of stable, level space for preparing meals, cleaning fish or game and organizing dinnerware. The center tabletop effortlessly removes to expose a PVC sink with drain, so washing pots, pans and utensils after the meal no longer requires hauling them streamside or to the nearest water faucet. Weather-resistant, removable hanging pantries with zippered front openings under the left- and right-side tabletops are ideal for storing everything from paper plates and plastic silverware to canned goods or dry ingredients. Plus, each has sturdy carry handles, dual, overhead lantern hangers and a folding spice shelf complete with S-hooks. Other accessories not included. Imported.
Standing dimensions: 87.5"L x 23"W x 81.25"H (35"H to top of center table).
Folded dimensions: 42"L x 14"W x 26"H.
Weight: 53 lbs.
Load capacity: 75 lbs. (center table); 50 lbs. (side table including pantries).


  • Easy setup and takedown
  • Compact, lightweight, tough
  • Dual lantern hooks
  • Plenty of table space
  • Removable hanging pantries
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Cabela's Deluxe Camper's Kitchen Reviews:


Best Kitchen In The Park!

I have been looking at this kitchen for years and years, and I finally got it for my birthday! It is large and heavy -- be prepared for that. However, it is really well thought-out and functional. For a car camper who has the room to tote this along, or like me, a pop-up camper who can carry it inside the trailer, it's great. The lower tables fit a standard Coleman stove, but the Camp Chef Everest is the same size, so the bottle hangs off the edge. I solved that by using the stove on the left table and propping the bottle on the wire shelf beneath the center table. (Although the pic I attached shows it on the other table -- this was before my revelation...) The lantern hangers are up really high for this 5'3" woman, plus when under a canopy it would mean putting a flame very near the fabric, but for a battery lantern this wouldn't be an issue. I just don't have any battery lanterns, so I didn't use them. The center table is counter height and has made food prep an absolute dream! The shelf above it is handy, and the hooks are great. Love it. The bags that hang under the left and right tables are sturdy and seem like they will hold up well. I used the cardboard that the table shipped with to make inserts that keep the bags rigid(ish) when I take them off the table. I just unhooked them and stored them in the camper fully backed. It's astonishing how much they hold -- I had two large tote containers that were organized at home and quickly became a jumbled mess at camp, and the contents of both containers fit nicely in the bags and I have room to spare! It was so much easier to find things. SO MUCH EASIER! As someone who has spent years digging in various containers looking for a pot or a pan or a lighter or a bowl, I cannot stress this enough! If you have the room, of you hate hunching over the picnic table, if you don't mind carrying a heavy thing from your car to your kitchen area at camp (and really, what are we talking about, 15 yards max? C'mon! You can do it!) then you need this. Oh yes, you do! (Oh, and I can't comment on the sink. I likely won't ever use it. I have a sweet sink set up that I've been using for years that involves a small Coleman kitchen table, a tub I use to transport propane, and a solar shower on a lantern hook around a tree. And I likely won't want to give up the middle table just to wash dishes. So sorry, no review on that part of this otherwise amazing table!)
NJDrummer at Cabelas on 11/11/2013


Hi we are out the beach and set up camp, the whole family came out to set up and they all want to know where the Caleba kitchen came from. They just could't believe how much space that you have to work with, and where you put your light for cooking. There is so much room in the cupboards and the bench space is wonderful. The family all wan't one in their camps now, because every thing is within reach love my kitchen.
campmother1 at Cabelas on 12/16/2013

Must have for tent or pop-up campers

My husband loves this cook table! It is perfect for putting our stove on and all of his cooking equipment. The only problem is that it is pretty heavy when folded up and put in the tote.
Missyk55 at Cabelas on 11/19/2013

Great product

Love this camping kitchen. Arrived fast and in exellent condition. Also at a good price.
Backtonature at Cabelas on 11/19/2013