Some times on a camping trip you want more from a meal than something freeze-dried in a bag. There's something about bacon and eggs for example that's hard to beat at the camp site, and that's where renting this cast iron camping skillet shines.
Pretty much impervious to anything known to man, a cast iron skillet can make short work of anything you may want to fry up on the old camp stove. This one is 8" in diameter, so it's probably smaller than your skillet at home, but it's the right size to use on most camping stoves. And it's not well seasoned and non-stick, so you'll want a spatula and some scour pads to help clean up after a meal.
We have lots of other comfort and cooking items you can rent to make the transition from your home and kitchen to the campground a little easier:
Buy general camping accessories package - Towels, toilet paper, matches, paracord, first aid kit and more
Buy a vinyl camping/picnic tablecloth - covers up the funky concrete slab and adds some class
Rent stainless steel pots - For boiling water, soups, pasta etc
Buy dehydrated meals - Just add boiling water. Better tasting than you might think
Rent a really awesome cooler - When the ice store isn't nearby, this does the trick
Buy a portable camp fire in a can - Check it out - have a fire even in no-fire zones
Rent an individual's camp dining set - Plate, bowl, cup, knife, fork, spoon for each camper
Rent group dining serving utensils and supplies - spatula, tongs, can opener, extended fork, serving ladle, etc
Rent a portable camp shower - Get the grit and grime off
Rent a privacy shelter for shower or bathroom - Get the grit and grime off in private
Rent propane stoves - Crank up the heat for frying and boiling