If you love using your RV, you might think that enjoying grilled meat is not something you will be able to enjoy. Fortunately, there are portable grills that deliver that great taste you have come to expect from grilled meats and vegetables.
You can connect a portable grill to a low pressure propane supply on your recreational vehicle and cook a meal without heating up the inside of your home on wheels. Many products have the option of placing the grill on legs, or a specially designed rack that fits on the side of your RV.
Best Stainless Steel Portable Grill
This Camco portable grill – Camco Olympian 5500 (57305) Stainless Steel Portable Grill is stainless steel with a cooking area of 180 inches. You will enjoy full flavor from your grilled foods when you cook on its smoker plate made of cast iron. This smoker plate is designed to minimize grease fires. It has a stainless steel burner that resists rust, is easier to clean, and heats up faster. If you are ready to start cooking right away, you need not worry about setting this grill up because it is easy and quick to put together.
This item does include a quick-connect valve and hose for use with the low pressure propane supply on a RV or trailer that includes a built-in low pressure quick-connect propane connection. Hoses for use with a throw away propane container or a 20 pound propane cylinder must be purchased separately. This item does include a mounting bracket for attaching grill to the side of your RV and legs if you choose to use it on the table top. Unit comes with a limited one year warranty.
Happy customers agree that the option to mount this grill on the side of the RV is a wonderful convenience. Many of them mentioned that the grill gets hot and does a great job of cooking their food. One person used a cast iron skillet on this grill to scramble eggs and fry some bacon. They were very pleased with the grill’s performance. Another customer mentioned how easy and convenient it was to use the grill with the low pressure side of the propane on their travel trailer.
Top Portable Infrared Grill
Included in the design of this grill is a push button electronic ignition and a real infrared stainless steel and ceramic burner. Solaire has included 140 square inches of cooking space on the Solaire Everywhere (SOL-EV17A) Portable Infrared Propane Gas Grill and boasts that you can fit four burgers on a special “v-grate” that improves flavor and minimizes flare-ups. The manufacturer claims that their grill will heat up in just three minutes and at such a high heat that sears flavor into the food you are grilling.
This item is made by a family business that has 100 plus years of experience. Purchase of grill includes the following accessories: low-pressure propane kit, a tank adapter, portable stand, tripod, natural gas conversion, mount adapter plate, and grid scraper. You can use this item with one pound propane bottles, purchase an adapter for larger propane containers, or it comes with the hose to use with your low pressure side on with RV propane.
One person who purchased this item was impressed with its construction, ease of assembly, and compact design. They said it cooks food fast, so do not walk away from it when you have the food on the grill. Others agree that this small grill is hot and cooks food well. Another customer mentioned that they love cooking on infrared because it cooks food fast and it makes clean up afterward very easy.
Best Portable Grill for RV
If you purchase this Coleman portable grill, you will probably adding on to it to enjoy the swap-able interchangeable cook tops. (The stove grates, griddle, and full size griddle are sold separately.) Cooking surface of the Coleman Road Trip Propane Portable Grill LXE is 285 square inches. It has matchless lighting with an integrated push button ignition.
The manufacturer claims that even in challenging weather conditions, the grill performs consistently because of the “PerfectFlow” technology design. Easy transport and compact storage is also designed into this grill thanks to the collapsible stand with wheels. A removable grease tray, and the porcelain and cast iron cooking surfaces make clean up easy.
This item was adapted by one customer to work with the quick connect fitting on their travel trailer, and it worked great. They liked the compact and fold away features on this grill for storage. Another person likes this Coleman grill because it looks great and it is easy to use and clean. Other customers agree that assembly, grilling, and clean up are easy with this “Road Trip” grill.
Top Portable Charcoal Grill
If you prefer charcoal grilling, you may want to consider purchasing this Kuuma Stow N’ Go 160 (58110) Charcoal Grill. It provides you with 160 square inches of cooking surface and it comes fully assembled. The manufacturer constructed this item with 300 marine grade stainless steel.
Other features included with this grill are: a “stay cool” handle, latching lid, and a removable liner. High heat discoloration on the cover is prevented by an inner lid liner. You can purchase a separate rod, rail, or pedestal mount from the manufacturer to use grill attached to your RV. Legs fold away for storage.
A person who was pleased with this item mentioned that they like the removable charcoal pit because this feature makes it easy to clean. Other customers like the sturdy construction and performance of this Kuuma grill. One mentioned that they like the locking lid, especially when they want to let the coals burn out.
You do have the choice between propane and charcoal when choosing a grill to use when you are enjoying your RV. Many propane grills come with the convenience of use with your low pressure propane connection on the RV. If you prefer the flavor of foods cooked over charcoal, you have the benefit of easier cleanup in the design of most smaller grills.