Cast Iron Scrubber - These stainless steel pot scrubbers are great for cleaning Dutch Ovens or other cast iron pots. They get the stubborn stuff off really well and are easy to clean. We always have one of these in our Dutch Oven bag.
Lid lifter Handle - Don't make the mistake of trying to handle a Dutch Oven without one of these. The only way to safely handle a hot and heavy oven over a campfire.
A friend of ours had this kit and we were impressed with everything it could do. There's a video on the Amazon listing that shows all the functions of it. What I liked most is the skillet option for the lid.
A good pair of heat resistant gloves is a great Dutch Oven accessory. They are especially handy when using the dutch oven upside down where there's no easy way to grab the bottom part of the oven.
Lodge Cast Iron Camp Dutch Oven, 4-Quart
This is the Dutch Oven that we are using. We find the size is perfect for the two of us. We often have plenty of leftovers which is never a bad thing. The feet on the bottom provide just enough space to place coals underneath it. And the lid has a good raised edge to keep the coals on top.
With proper care and seasoning we've never had an issue with any foods sticking to it. To clean we simply wipe with the stainless steel pot scrubber and then give it a quick rinse. Once dry we take a paper towel and give it a quick wipe with some Olive oil before storing it.
Dutch Oven Canvas Bag
A simple Dutch Oven bag with a cinch closure on top. We like the way this bag closes and can handle a few extra items on top like the lid lifter and BBQ tongs. These bags really help to keep things clean in the RV because the pot will get soot on everything.