The North Face Up to 40% offThe North Face Up to 40% off

Description

The only thing better is having someone else do the cooking.

You're practically starving, and breakfast isn't going to cook itself. Unfold the Camp Chef Lumberjack Over The Fire Grill, set it over those glowing coals, and sustenance is only minutes away. This classic, super-simple cooking system lets you fill your grill with tasty treats and cook with old-fashioned authenticity, and the plated steel results in long-lasting durability for years of use.

Share your thoughts

Review Summary
5
13 4
0 3
0 2
0 1
0

What do you think of the

Camp Chef Lumberjack Over The Fire Grill

? Share a...

Write a review

No file chosen

Rather attach a photo from another website?

Rather attach a photo from your computer?

  • Product review:
  • Share a video
  • Share a photo

How familiar are you with the product?(Optional)

Only jpg, jpeg, png, gif or bmp files please.

Save

Here's what others have to say...

5 5

Best Investment EVER!

  • Familiarity: I've used it several times

If you tend to do a lot of your cooking over the fire while camping you absolutely NEED one of these. I personally found the 16x24 size large enough for any cooking I will be doing, but if you plan to head out with a huge group you may want to opt for the larger size. This item is well made, very sturdy, affordable, and perfect for any car camping trip.

5 5

Handy

  • Familiarity: I've put it through the wringer

Packs well, multifunctional, and it's just handy! The grate folds flat to no more than an 2 inches thick making it easy to pack and haul around. Cook on it, eat on it, wash the dishes on it, hell play cards on it!

Handy
5 5

Can't wait to use it more!

  • Familiarity: I've used it once or twice and have initial impressions

Only cooked some chicken thighs so far on one camp out, but man, get some logs on your coals for some smokey flavor and bam. This thing will live in the camp kitchen from now on.

5 5

Essential for car camping

  • Familiarity: I've put it through the wringer

I've had one of these for the past couple of years and they are tough, although it won't hold up if a Crown Vic drives over it.. Haha. Best thing ever for car camping. I once had an Eagle Scout come camping with me and he told Me he had never cooked over an open fire! I laughed and continued to cook my steak.
Ive cooked everything on this from chicken to oysters, you simply can't beat it!

5 5

Great for car camping!

I take this with every time I go car camping. Nice and heavy duty had mine for four years with many a meal cooked on it!

Great for car camping!
5 5

Best Grill Ever!!

  • Familiarity: I've used it several times

This grill is awesome. It's really easy to set up and it's pretty sturdy. It folds up to be relatively flat so it doesn't take up a lot space.

5 5

Heavy..duty

  • Gender: Male
  • Familiarity: I've put it through the wringer

If you camp - even car camp - you need this. We've used it several times and love it. It is heavy. Would not want to backpack with this baby!

5 5

A No Brainer.

  • Gender: Male
  • Familiarity: I've used it several times

Sweet piece of gear, I cant believe it took me this long to get one!

Such a great idea and I'll always toss this in the back of the car for any car camping trip.

Super easy set up, would take a grill brush with you to clean it afterwards and put it back in the box for easy storage and transport.

5 5

Must Have!

I use this instead of my stove whenever possible. The food tastes so much better over a fire, eh? Can fit quite a bit of food on it and it's a solid piece of gear.

5 5

Pretty fantastic.

I purchased the larger three foot variety and found that it worked great set over a National Forest Service fire ring. Need to get the fire down pretty low to do the grilling, it can be difficult to be attentive enough when it's dark out and several beverages have been enjoyed. It gets hot. Highly recommend this beauty.

5 5

Favorite Piece of Cooking Gear

This thing is unreal for car camping. Bringing a grill and propane/gas is a pain in the ass and you are going to be building a fire anyways, so why not just throw this thing on top!? First, food over a fire tastes better! Also, its a cinch to clean. I just let it sit over the fire until all the food bits burn off then a few scrapes with a grill brush and you are ready for the next car camping adventure.

t are its speck? Length/Width/Depth/weig...

Posted on

t are its speck? Length/Width/Depth/weight

t are its speck? Length/Width/Depth/weig...
Responded on

Phillip- the specs for the 24" are 16x24x8 and weight is 11 lbs. The specs for the 36" are 18x36x8 and the weight is 14 lbs.

5 5

Super convenient

Pretty ingenious idea. I mean, why set up a stove if you can just cook over the campfire you are kicking it at anyway? We cooked burgers, brats, dogs, and steak on this already and it works great. Easy simple idea.

Cleaning it can be a bit tedious and I recommend keeping the box it came in so you don't have a greasy metal plate smearing on everything. It is heavy so just sticking it in a garbage bag doesn't work well as it can easily tear through the sides.

Super convenient
5 5

Cooking on the fire

This is a must for anyone cooking on the fire. I use it as a platform for both grilling meat, and as a stove top for the cast iron. It is remained sturdy throughout the most severe uses. I have heated it up to red hot and it has survived and remains functional. It folds flat and as such is easy to pack in your car. I also own a spit and a tee-pee style grill and while each has its purpose, if I had to own just one tool for cooking on the fire, this would be the one. The only challenge I have faced is some park fire pits (steel rings) aren't quite large enough to accommodate the legs extended, but the rig can be balanced on the ring, fairly well. In these particular circumstances the tee-pee grill seems to work best, but be sure you get the longest/highest one you can as the ring is often elevated.