Find A Good Container
The container for a camp box can be store-bought or homemade, including wood, aluminum or a plastic tote.
Lock for the Box
Make sure the camp box has a lock; this will prevent raccoons and other creatures from opening it and eating the food contained within.
Proper Cooking Gear
Fill the box with all the cooking utensils, pots and pans needed for a camping trip.
Common Camp Food Staples
Keep the box filled with non-perishable foods, such as instant coffee, oatmeal packets, tea, salt and pepper.
Keep a pen and paper inside the box, so that when items run out, you can make a list and be sure to refill before the next trip.
Include the necessary cleaning supplies in the box for doing the dishes, including soap, sponges and towels; make sure to keep the cleaning equipment separate from the food.