Camping is something that many families enjoy together and one essential piece of camping equipment is a camping grill. While cooking over the campfire is great it is not for everyone and if it is raining you can have problems finding dry wood. Also, some summers there are burning bans in some states to keep from forest fires. When it comes to choosing a camping grill the market can be a little overwhelming. It is important to know what you’re looking for, what you need it to do and most of all what you feel comfortable with.
The Coleman fold n go grill is a favorite of many campers because it weighs about 11lbs and is easy to go with you anywhere. The grate is porcelain coated and provides a surface to grill anything at all that you can think of The water pan and grease tray is removable and make them easy to clean. The lid is dome shaped and will allow you to slow cook things as well and when you are done with it, it has a carry handle to easily take it back and forth. It is a good size and will allow you to cook around 5 hamburgers on it at once.
Weber is one of the leaders in portable camping grills and the Q 2200 offers a large grilling space (280 inches), porcelain-enamel cast iron grates and an ignition that is electric to light faster. For those who go outdoors a lot and not just to the cabin this is an ideal one because it also offers two folding work tables to help you with prep and which will fold up and make it easy to pack and store your camping grill.
The Solaire go anywhere stainless steel portable infrared propane gas grill is what some might call a beast, but a beautiful one. It offers 304 stainless steel construction with 14,000 BTU burner. The grilling grate is V shaped so that the drippings can easily be caught and it will reduce any flair ups. This grill also has a great travel bag to make it easy to take with you and keep it safe.
The Weber Q 1000 is another in the Weber line that campers love. This one is small but has a big punch to it with around 8,500 BTU’s and a cooking area that is 189 square inches. The ignition is push button and there is an infinite control burner valve as well. This grill is made of cast aluminum making it extremely light and easy to take to any location.
Last but no least in the lineup of camping grills is the TEC Cherokee FR Tabletop gas grill, this one is for the serious camper because it has a serious price tag but it is worth it. This I state of the art and a smaller version of the TEC home grill. This grill cooks with true infrared technology takes away the hot air associated with gas grilling, which reduces moisture loss in your foods. If you want juicy and serious food this is the way to go.