buy augmentin We don’t like being told what to do, nor do we like cooking, so the fact that this is so versatile, this camp kitchen organizer begs for a good camping hack and delivers.
go here Of course, you can use it for your camp kitchen to organize, have a prep table, or put your camp stove.
But it can also be used for first aid, bathroom supplies, a nightstand, and a dresser for less bulky items.
Plus, anything with sherpa in the name makes us laugh and laugh. We’ve considered hiring a sherpa to haul our stuff around the next time we go camping.
You can be a camping hack and use this as a nightstand and/or a dresser. It will not fit very bulky items like jackets but will fit a lot of other clothes and accessories. This is so much easier and more organized than packing duffel bags and suitcases.
Do what we do and pack each compartment for outfits you’ll need for the night you run off to stay at a casino, the day you need to get into the city for morning carbs and Starbucks in civilization, etc.
If you go to a place like Yellowstone National Park, you have to put everything away like always because of bears. Oh really?! People still camp with bears. Bears will eat you, not just your stuff. But whatever blows your skirt up. Anyway, this helps you put things away because of bears. Whatever.
This has legs or not, depending on your mood. And no one’s telling you how you have to do it. We like that. So you can have this sherpa freestanding at cooking height, or without legs, it can sit on a bench or table, holding all of your precious camping crap.
Be kid friendly! Pack your camp games or your kids’ stuff in here too. We don’t mind.
And we’ll go ahead and use this camp table organizer as a bar at some point. The beer growler on top, the liquor supplies below. Maybe our propane coffeemaker too? Or take it tailgating to impress your drinking buddies.
The blue organizer is actually lined so that you can use it as a cooler or sink if you like. Again, up to you and your sherpa who will be doing your dishes, right? You might also like this double basin for dishwashing. Just sayin’.
“Packing and unpacking my camp kitchen for a group car camping trip was a lot of work and stress. This is awesome because my whole camp kitchen fit in here and it fits in my trunk fully assembled if the legs are up and if I need space I can take it apart and it is big and soft and compresses.” – A reviewer
More Camp Chef Sherpa Camping Kitchen Cooking Table Details:
- 600 denier fabric. NOT waterproof completely, so grab a tarp for rain
- 4 zippered compartment included, and the blue organizer is lined for use as cooler or sink
- Front of the entire sherpa zips up to hide and protect the organizing totes
- 15 3/4″ x 27″ x 18 1/4″ (with legs collapsed)
- Table height with legs extended – 28″
- Tabletop dimensions: 27″ x 17″
- Individual bag dimensions: 12″ x 11′ x 6 1/2″
- Remove the lower two bags and unzip the divider and you’ll have plenty of room to stow a Mtn. Series stove.
- The aluminum roll-top stores easily in its own compartment (side pouch) when it’s time to go.
- Telescoping, extendable legs are perfect for raising the table to a perfect cooking height.
- Padded handles on the side make for easy transportation.
Positive Reviewer Hacks:
“I took out the red and yellow bags… I put my camp first aid kit in the red one. I put all my travel board games in the yellow one, and they all go in the car boot so I have them for whatever.” (hahaha, they called it a boot)
“The dividers unzip to accommodate other inserts. I took out two bags on the bottom and used a shallow black bus tub with a lid from a restaurant supply place to put my 2 burner stove in with a couple of propane bottles and a plastic folding sink. On top of that, I slid in my cast iron skillet, grill pan, and shallow dutch oven. In the shallow dutch oven I have a steel pot and a lid that I can boil water in for coffee. The blue bag is a cooler but also plastic lined so I put all the cooking utensils in that. In the green one I put everything that goes on the table… citronella candles, plates, cups, utensils, napkins, tablecloth, etc. When I set up camp, the black tub is useful for caddying dishes to wash and then a clean place to stow them while they dry. Everything can go back in when you are done with it fast and easy.”
Are You Ready To Buy Yet?
So, it’s a go for camping, glamping, tailgating, your cook stove, camp kitchen, an organizer, a dresser, gear organization, storage. Annnd go!