Camper Grill

(2 customer reviews)

Camper Grill

Our Camper Grills are perfect for smaller patios, such as apartments or town homes. All of our grills are made of new, ¼” pipe and hand-welded. Our camper grills come in two sizes: 16” x 26” and 20” x 28”. You can also add our receiver hitch attachment to either of these campers to turn them into tailgaters.

16” x 26” Camper           $545

20” x 28” Camper           $620

Dimensions:

16” x 26” Camper 20” x 28” Camper
Overall Height 54″ 57″
Overall Width 25″ 29″
Overall Length 35″  37″
Weight (lbs) 125 175

 

Camper Grills come with a cook surface grate, a wood/charcoal bottom grate, and a clean out tool.

Additional options include:
Receiver Hitch Attachment – $75
Temperature Gauge – $40.00

Category: Product ID: 1316

Description

FEATURES:
· New 1/4″ steel chamber and lid with flange seals
· Large cleanout door with butterfly intake draft and stack damper
· Removable steel bottom grate
· Grated steel cook surface
· Stand that swivels
· Metal handles on ends of pit for moving
· Solid hardwood handle on lid
· High heat paint
· Temperature gauge port
· Clean-out tool for ash removal

2 reviews for Camper Grill

  1. Ray Tedder

    Bought mine at Montalbano Lumber in Houston,TX over 20 years ago. Best pit I’ve ever owned!!!! Money well spent!

  2. Jack Kirchhoff

    Like the old guy on the lid of my Lyfe Tyme camper grill, long since burned and weathered off, I bought mine when I was young. Well, I bought it more than 20 years ago. It’s been in my back yard, through all those summers and Canadian winters, and is still sound as a bell. I have a Weber Smokey Mountain as well (and recently was gifted a Bradley smoker), but the Lyfe Tyme is my default pit. For a small, simple barbecue setup, the camper grill is remarkably versatile. I’ve done whole turkeys on it, and countless other meats and fish. I reverse seared a lot of tri tips on it over 2019, just piling the charcoal at one end and cooking it slowly at the other end, then opening up the grill and firing up the charcoal pile and putting the meat right over it. Perfect. I even tracked down and bought a single-lid grill with the big vertical smoking chamber for my stepson on his birthday. He loves it.

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