Camp Chef Lumberjack Over Fire Grill 18″x36″

October 1, 2019 - Comment

Camp Chef OFG36, Portable, simple, and ready to go. The “minimalists’ heavy-duty stove” will have you cooking naturally over a fire in no time. Prepare a nice bed of coals, set the Lumberjack Over Fire Grill on top and you can cook steaks, chicken, or burgers directly over the fire. Or use a Camp Chef

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Camp Chef OFG36, Portable, simple, and ready to go. The “minimalists’ heavy-duty stove” will have you cooking naturally over a fire in no time. Prepare a nice bed of coals, set the Lumberjack Over Fire Grill on top and you can cook steaks, chicken, or burgers directly over the fire. Or use a Camp Chef Lumberjack Skillet and fry up a hearty breakfast. Folding legs make for easy transportation and compact storage. Made of steel for a strong and durable life. Easy setup, out of the box ready to cook, heavy gauge steel grill, folding legs, total cooking surface 648″

For easy cooking over the campfire, this simple, sturdy table offers plenty of room to prepare a feast. Somehow, food just tastes better in the great outdoors. It’s with this in mind that Camp Chef created a wide-ranging line of camping cookware designed to combine the versatility and cook quality of patio grilling with the portability of traditional camp stoves.

With the 36-by-18-inch (W x D) Over the Fire Grill, gone are the days of cooking each item individually on a skewer. Simply build a nice, hot bed of campfire coals, place this device over the fire, lay out your fare, and relax. Durable plated steel will hold up to years of use while providing an even cooking surface, and four folding legs ensure stability and packability.

Warranty
Camp Chef stoves and grills include a limited one-year manufacturer’s warranty against defects in materials and workmanship.

Product Features

  • Heavy gauge steel grill
  • Out of the box ready to cook in seconds
  • Folding legs
  • 18″ x 36″ cooking area
  • Total Cooking Surface: 648 sq in

Comments

Anonymous says:

Perfect for state camp ground fire pits! I bought this primarily to go over the fire pit at state campgrounds since they’re always so large. Finding a circular grate at 34″ or so is not cheap. I just finished using this for our last camping trip of the season and I’m really impressed. We tossed it over the fire pit and it fit perfectly with no overhang. Primarily we used the legs, but a few times we also retracted the legs and just plopped it right on top of the fire pit as well. I cooked some peppers and onions directly on the…

Anonymous says:

Great grate – be warned of possible warping. Used this for 15 days of cooking over the fire while camping.All-in-all it’s worked out well and is plenty large. I didn’t have any issues with food sticking.The leg bolts did need tightened to keep them from closing easily.Also, because I was cooking every day multiple times a day the unit has warped which is why I dinged a star. If it was made out of a bit thicker metal or had better support this probably wouldn’t be an issue. I’ll probably weld on a little stiffer support…

Anonymous says:

Sturdy enough for a lobster pot We built a round fire pit in our yard, mostly for keeping warm on cool nights but also for cooking.After spending a vacation in Maine, we discovered that there are fewer things better than cooking boiled lobster over an open fire. If we wanted to recreate that experience, that meant we needed more than a simple grill that could support hamburgers and other lightweight items – we needed something that could support a pot with gallons of water and 3 or 4 lobsters…

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