When camping, it is very important to bring friends who like shitty beer, pithy t-shirts, and travel Scrabble.
It is also important to be open minded when confronted with a person whose approach to certain campfire cooking methods may be different from yours.
I suggest bringing along a pup for company if you can, or barring dog ownership (sad face), you should track down a friend with a lapdog.
You should also bring your friend who likes fishing but doesn't really like fish. Ideally she would have two different tackle boxes but only bring the fresh water box.
Then, while reading an excellent book, come across a passage about the author's mother's bacon-wrapping phase. Read aloud the sentence about stuffing hotdogs with cheese before wrapping them in bacon. Consensus of your fellow campers will be: yes, try this.
Find some plump dogs in the cooler (Nathan's are a delightful weiner, but too skinny for this particular application. These, I believe, are store brand), then, using that handy little knife with a sheath that you always bring out to the kitchen-in-the-woods, slice it most of the way through.
Fold a slice of American cheese in half, then fold one half in half again. Stuff this folded half-slice into the slit you've made.
In order to thwart the oozing of the cheese over the fire, wrap the stuffed hot dog in bacon.
Skewer twice, for easier flipping, and cook to desired doneness over a fire built from logs you chopped apart with someone's dad's old hatchet. Note: it's ok to have a camp-mate do all the chopping, you're busy wrapping things in bacon.
Make sure you leave a few of the batch on the less crispy side, for those who side with Team Floppy Bacon. Stuff into a bun and add mustard if that's your style. Forget to take a picture of the final product, because you're too busy chewing.