We're in bear country here, and I use those plastic drawer units...for clothes. Each of my kids gets a drawer of their own (including labels with my label maker, because I am that particular ). I put DH and my clothes in a laundry basket type of bin. Food stuff lives in the tv. I have one rubbermade bin for cooking stuff (pots, pans, utensils), one for dishes and cups and cutlery, and I'm going to add another smaller one for stuff as I move it around while using it. Then I have a cooler of cold things, a cooler of "cool items" and a rubbermaid of pantry items. They all stack nicely in the back of my van at the end of the night. For food, I'm a bit of a foodie, and I like to cook on site. So I make it easy as possible. I portion out what I need spice-wise for a meal, and put it in a small container. We ate butter chicken this last week, and I had a ziplock of frozen chicken from home in the cold cooler, a small container with spices, one with minced garlic and onion, one with the tomato paste I needed. Add together as I cooked the meal, super easy. Prep and clean up was simple too - especially since I got the kids helping with dishes To make it even easier, I could pre-portion spices and such at home and put them into ziplock bags and just toss them, but I didn't mind a bit of extra dishes. Somehow, it felt like less dishes than I do at home (with a dishwasher too!) I keep a wash station on the go all day. One bucket of water and soap, one of bleach water, and a dishtowel nearby. It's easy to keep up on dishes that way, I've found. I switch the water out as needed. The water at our campsite was listed as "recommended for a one minute boil", so I kept the kettle on the stove and had water going for boil when needed. We also kept all toilitries in another small rubbermaid bin in the tv, and tucked it in there at night.