Meal prep, doing dishes or bartending are a dream on a canoe trip when you can stand up straight. The Mason Camp Table is a perfect size and the perfect weight. (~2.75lb / 1.25kg) It’s simple and quick to set up, and all you need is a tree.
Paul Mason and Bill Ostrom designed the first “Mason Kitchen” 15 years ago. They have collaborated again to improve the design and dramatically reduce the weight.
It comes with a storage bag that attaches to the end of the table. Great as a garbage catcher (line with a bag). Check out the optional mesh pockets to keep your kitchen organized. They hang from D-Rings. Check out the photos on the Mesh Pocket product pages.
This table has many uses! E.g., Car camping and winter camping. For you digital nomads, find a shady tree and treat yourself to a stand-up desk.
- Mason Camp Table: 2.76lb / 1.25kg
- Table with Accessories: 3.42lb / 1.55kg with 1 large and 2 small mesh pockets (sold separately)
- Main table - 28 x 19.5 x .75in / 71 x 50 x 2cm
- Upper shelf - 19.5 x 7.5 x .75in / 50 x 19 x 2cm
- Loaded bag - 22 x 15 x 5in / 56 x 38 x 13cm
- Main table is rated to 25lbs / 11.34kg
- Upper shelf is rated to 12lbs / 5.44kg
Table & Shelf: 200 denier nylon covering a foam core. A combination of wood dowels (max ½” / 13 mm) provide rigidity. Some are glued in permanently, and others need to be inserted.
Webbing Straps: The table attaches to the tree with two 1in / 25mm webbing straps with heavy-duty adjustable 1in/ 25mm nylon side release buckles. It fits trees 6 to 24in / 15 to 61cm in diameter.
Leveling Cords: These cords and adjustable camlocks are used to level and create tension on the main table and upper shelf. Use them to adjust the stiffness and stability. (Cords are 3/16in / 5mm)
Note: Assembly and disassembly are required for each use.
FOR SAFETY - DO NOT COOK ON THE MASON CAMP TABLE.
THE STORY OF THE MASON CAMP TABLE
Paul Mason is a world-class paddler and Instructor. He is also a very creative designer. Add being an artist with pen and brush, an author, and a board game designer and you have a very talented guy. Check out his Bubblestreet website.
Bill thoroughly enjoyed working with Paul. They challenged each other’s areas of expertise and boy oh boy did the ideas flow…just like a river. We hope you like the result!