There’s just something extra special about eating camp cooking. In fact, if you’ve never eaten it before, you should try it sometime soon. Unless someone prepares all their food over an open fire, which can become quite burdensome over time, they’ll need a good camp stove. As with sleeping pads, stoves come in different sizes for different types of camping. Car campers can haul large, extravagant stoves on which they can cook more than one pan of food at a time. Those who pack in their gear often prefer tiny stoves that mount on top of a gas bottle for use, then fold back up into a very small package.