I know what you mean about the turkey burgers/dogs, but I like the Jennie-O ground turkey and we make 4-6 (depending on who's making them) burgers from a pound of the ground turkey and season them up with various spices, and they cook up wonderfully - pretty much the same. I don't eat beef/pork, and never was a big hot dog person, but we camp out a lot as well, and he wanted to bring hot dogs, so went with the Jennie-O brand of turkey dogs(which ended up cheaper and less calories than Oscar-Meyer ones).
I also scramble up some eggs before we go and just put them in a baggie, so we have some protein for breakfast and no mess
... and cook up a few turkey sausage links as well. They stay fine in the cooler - we just reheat them in a skillet over the fire. ... Also the shake/pour pancakes are easy to whip up - just add water.
Another staple of a few meals for us is canned white meat chicken ... i cook the Knorr/Lipton Spanish rice (or whatever variety you like) and it cooks in 7 minutes vs. 20 for others ... then add the drained, canned chicken, corn, black beans, etc. whatever you want and it's easy to count the calories on the total pot and divvy it up. I'm always aiming on one pan/pot to clean
We basically eat just as healthy when we're camping as when we're at home, with the exception of fewer veggies
... I bring along a good bit of fruit that won't get smashed, as well.