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I’ll share why a camping grill is important for you to bring when camping and which one I recommend. You don’t want to be stuck with burgers and no way to cook them on the trail!
When camping at many campsites (even
drive-in camping), many sites do not have grills, so you need to bring your own
if you want to grill any food on the fire.
Before I recommend the grill, make sure that you build the rocks around your fire BEFORE you light the fire, and then test your grill and make sure that it is very sturdy and can handle your pot (with food inside). Then, remove the grill, build your fire, and place grill on once fire is hot, or has become coals.
I prefer a nice medium non-fancy grill. I wrap it in a foamy and use it against my
back in my pack, and then sit on the foamy around the fire.
Here is the simple grill that I recommend (it looks nearly identical to the ones I've used- it's great for groups):
If you want a ‘foamy’ to use as a fire seat and to cushion the grill and protect your gear from soot in the pack, here is what I recommend: