Outdoor Ovens

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  • Why is my camp oven is getting too hot?

In order to pass camping regulations, we had to put a manual thermostat in. It will not automatically shut off when it reaches a certain temperature. You must manually watch it. One cooking suggestion we have would be to not wait for the oven to heat to your desired temperature before baking. For example, if you are baking cookies at 350 degrees—do not wait until it reaches 350 degrees to put the cookies in. Instead, put the cookies in at 15—175 degrees, the oven temperature will not climb as fast with food in it.

  • Are there different heat zones in my camp oven?

Yes. Depending on rack height and location within the over. To find the best baking location we suggest you try it out a few times to know where the heat zones are.

  • Are the camp ovens insulated?

Yes. The camp ovens are extremely well insulated allowing you to bake with less fuel, that being said, the oven cools slowly.

  • Can I use my camp oven indoors?

No, all of our products have been safety tested and approved to outdoor use only.

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