Eureka Camp Kitchen

Eureka Camp Kitchen
Eureka Camp Kitchen
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Camp Kitchen by Eureka
The Eureka Camp Kitchen gives you multiple tables for cutting up food, preparing meals, and cleaning up dishes afterward. It packs down small for easy transportation, and the anti-rocking feet adjust to keep the tables balanced on uneven terrain. The large wire shelf underneath is particularly useful for drying items and attaching accessories. Eureka included a carry bag to move from campsite to car with ease.

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