How many people do you need to cook for? What size pot do you usually use when camping? Answer these two questions to decide which wood stove is the best for you.
For hiking and backpacking, a compact stove such as TOMSHOO could suffice. This stove can hold pots with a diameter up to 6 inches, and is ideal for one or two people.
Groups up to 6 people will benefit from a stove such as the Volcano Grills. Larger than a backpacking stove but still small enough to transport with ease, it can hold pots with a diameter up to 17 inches. It also works with wood, coal, or propane, so you can easily use it even if it rains and there is no dry wood around your campsite.
A full-size stove such as the Camp Chef is a great choice for car camping with your family. It can hold 18-inch pans and boasts a griddle-like surface on which you can cook burgers, sausages, or heat buns. Such a stove is ideal for groups of 6 to 8 people.