The Best Prime Day Deals on Outdoor Cooking Gear
Now’s the time to stock up on everything you need for wilderness and backyard cooking
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Amazon Prime Day has arrived, and with it, a bunch of low prices on outdoor cooking products. Whether you’re looking to stock your camping kitchen with convenient, portable tools or upgrade existing gear, there are deals to be found on everything from backpacking-friendly stoves to camp cookware.
Here are our picks for the best outdoor cooking gear available this Prime Day. Not a Prime member? Sign up for a free 30-day trial here.
Coleman Gas Camping Grill/Stove ($90)
This classic grill/stove combo is discounted from its regular retail price by 41 percent. The foldable appliance provides you with two adjustable burners that can operate as a stove or a grill–or you can use both functions at the same time. With 130 square inches of cooking surface, it fits a 10-inch pan and is easy to start thanks to a push-button ignition and wind-blocking panels. And when hooked up to a 16.4-ounce propane cylinder, it’ll provide you with one hour of cooking time.
Coleman Classic Backpacking Stove ($19.30)
Another low-priced option is this backpacking stove discounted 36 percent off for Prime Day. With a foldable design and clocking in at just 6.7 ounces, it fits right into your pack so you can create a cooking surface anywhere outdoors. It’ll provide up to 10,000 BTUs of cooking power and can boil water in just over three minutes flat.
Energizer LED Headlamps (from $12.79)
Don’t find yourself cooking in the dark–both the Energizer LED Headlamp Pro360 ($14.71) and the Energizer Rechargeable S400 Headlamp ($12.79) are discounted significantly for Prime Day. Both the battery-powered and rechargeable models are powered by bright LEDs for longevity, efficiency, and great illumination.
Solo Stove Ranger Portable Outdoor Fire Pit ($249.94)
Create a smokeless DIY campfire–or cooking fire–with this pit from Outside-favorite Solo Stove. Discounted to $249.94, the 18-pound Ranger is compact, portable, and burns wood efficiently thanks to its smart double-walled design and oxygen vents meant to naturally feed the fire while it’s lit.
RTIC Hard Cooler 45 Quart Ice Chest ($250)
The toughest, most capable coolers rarely see deep discounts—until now. The RTIC Hard Cooler 45 Quart Ice Chest is reduced 24 percent from its usual price. Featuring three inches of foam insulation and heavy-duty rope handles, it’ll stand up to wear and tear. Inside, there’s enough room to carry supplies for a group (or food and drinks for a few days).
RTIC Soft Cooler ($130)
Don’t want to lug around a weighty, hard-sided cooler? The RTIC Soft Cooler is smaller, far more portable, and designed to be carried easily with an included crossbody or shoulder strap. The 30-can cooler is generously roomy—and nicely marked down 26 percent from its regular price. It can keep whatever’s inside sweat-free and cool for up to 24 hours.
Lodge Cast Iron Dual Handle Pan, 12 Inch ($24.90)
There’s really no better way to cook over a campfire than with a cast iron pan. This staple piece from Lodge is durable and versatile: use it to sear, bake, braise, saute, or fry. It’s built brutally tough, which means it’s able to survive the high heat of your campfire cooking or your oven at home. Plus, with time and use, it’ll become well-seasoned and even better to cook with.
Stansport Camping Accessories (from $5.59)
Set up your camp kitchen with the array of tools, cooking gadgets, and handy gear on sale from Stansport. From a 24-piece enamel cookware set ($24.60) to a heavy-duty steel cooking tripod ($24.79) and a collapsible campsite trash can ($19.19), you can grab everything you need to start cooking—and clean up when you’re ready to head home.
Stanley Adventure All-in-One French Press Coffee Maker ($19)
This mug might look simple, but it’s a surprisingly versatile cooking tool. You can boil liquids, brew a cup of coffee, and heat it over a campfire. It’s small enough to fit into a backpack but roomy enough to hold 32 ounces. Carry a serving of your favorite coffee grounds inside for easy packing.
Stanley Base Camp Cook Set ($57.80)
Pack everything you need in one durable container, and you’ll never forget a vital piece of camp cooking gear again. This 21-piece set contains cookware as well as serving supplies for up to four people, including a 7-inch frying pan, a cutting board, sporks, and a 5-liter pot. Everything fits inside the pot and secures shut with a locking bungee. Bonus: the stainless steel construction is scratch- and rust-proof.
Stanley Adventure Stay Hot Camp Crock ($47.17)
Keep meals at serving temperature (and food-safe) with this vacuum-insulated 3-quart stainless steel pot. Double-walled with a leak-proof locking lid, you’ll be able to confidently carry both liquids and solids inside.
Cuisinart Petit Gourmet Portable Gas Grill ($127.50)
This compact, travel-ready Cuisinart grill weighs just over two pounds and has porcelain-enameled grates and a 5,500 BTU burner. There’s just enough space to cook for four to six people, plus a telescoping stand allows you to set your grill at the perfect height for any outdoor environment.
Meater Plus Smart Meat Thermometer ($79.95)
Smarter than your average kitchen thermometer, this wireless meat thermometer has Bluetooth capability and a smartphone app that lets you monitor what’s cooking within a 165-foot distance. It features dual temperature sensors, a guided cook system, and the ability to set up custom alerts and notifications.
Char-Broil Performance TRU-Infrared Gas Grill ($360)
With a sleek stainless steel exterior and efficient TRU-infrared cooking technology, this Char-Broil backyard grill dispenses even heat and prevents problematic flare-ups. It provides 450 square inches of cooking space atop porcelain-coated grates, which are rust-resistant and easy to clean, and includes a swing-away warming rack.
Traeger Grills Pro Series 780 ($849.95)
Another Outside favorite, the Traeger Pro Series 780, is now more than $100 off. Get the wood-fired taste you love, plus all of the perks of smart cooking technology, thanks to precision temperature control and WiFire technology that links to your home WiFi and the Traeger app. Plus, you’ll be able to grill, smoke, bake, roast, and barbecue for a crowd with 780 square inches of cooking space.
Thermacell Mosquito Repellent Devices (from $23.98)
Cooking outdoors also means swatting away mosquitoes, but these handy, sleek devices help keep pests at bay. We’re eyeing the mosquito repellent lanterns, which add a little ambiance to your outdoor patio or backyard, as well as the rechargeable mosquito repellent perimeters.
Land Guard Galvanized Raised Garden Bed Kit ($56)
Create your own thriving veggie garden with this raised garden bed kit made out of double-layered galvanized metal sheet. It takes just five minutes to set up, and its open base gives you plenty of room (and aeration) to protect plants from seed to food. You’ll get 7.14 cubic feet of room to grow your favorite herbs, vegetables, flowers, and more.
Alitade LED Outdoor String Lights ($19.83)
Brighten up your backyard and add a little ambiance with this set of waterproof, shatterproof, and energy-efficient LED outdoor string lights. The bistro-styled bulbs can survive all kinds of outdoor weather, emitting a nice, warm white light that lasts up to 30,000 hours.
Walker Edison Outdoor Wood Patio Furniture Set ($893)
Entertain a crowd in your backyard with this attractive wood patio dining set made out of solid acacia wood. It includes a total of seven pieces: four chairs and a dining table that can extend to fit six people. The wood is naturally primed for plenty of outdoor elements, and maintaining it is as easy as applying teak oil every so often.