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Camp Chef Rainier 2 Burner Stove with Griddle


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    Hot pancakes + crisp morning = happiness.

    Nobody craves a cold energy bar when waking up at the campsite. Pancakes, eggs, and a sunrise? Now that's perfection you can't find at home. Camp Chef's Rainier 2 Burner Stove with Griddle is an ideal mini-kitchen portable enough to take to every campsite, tailgate, hunting or scouting trip and convenient enough to make just about any breakfast you could make at home (if you get creative enough). Two separate burners, a stove and a griddle, allow you to make breakfast and boil water at the same time. Leave the dangerous matches at home: the Rainier 2 lights itself quickly and easily every time. Attach a one pound propane cylinder and you're ready to impress your friends and family with the best camp breakfast they've every had. The lightweight aluminum, non-stick griddle, foldable windscreens, and carry handles make the Rainier 2 easy to pack away in minutes and stow away until the next feast.
    • Aluminum, non-stick griddle
    • Stove burner
    • Matchless ignition
    • Three-sided, foldable windscreen
    • Adapter for one pound propane cylinder
    • Built-in carry handles
    • Item #CCF000E

    Tech Specs

    [griddle] aluminum, [drip tray] stainless steel
    13.5 x 10.5 x 4.5 in
    Fuel Type
    Heat Output
    [stove] 10,000 BTU, [griddle] 8000 BTU
    Piezo Ignition
    Heat Reflector
    Cleaning Tool
    Fuel Bottle or Canister Included
    Recommended Use
    Manufacturer Warranty

    Tech Specs

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    • Q & A

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    Love this thing but not the non-stick

    • Familiarity: I've put it through the wringer

    Love these burners, but the non-stick coating on the grill has faded, and needs replacement, otherwise, the perfect backcountry breakfast maker!

    This is a nice grill!

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

    This grill is great for grilling on the patio or the next camping trip. The burner will boil a pan of water in around 3 minutes and the grill will cook frozen hamburger patties in about 10-12 minutes. I am pleased with my purchase and look forward to many years of use.

    Where Have You Been All My Life??

    • Familiarity: I've used it several times

    Okay, maybe a little dramatic. But for real this stove is legit. I love cooking over an open fire as much as the next guy but being able to make breakfast hassle free like you would in your kitchen at home is the way to go. Pancakes and coffee at the same time? You bet. Super easy to clean, the griddle comes off no problem and both burners heat up QUICK. No complaints so far and this will be coming with me on every camping trip in the future.

    Car Camping Essential

    • Familiarity: I've used it several times

    This stove is an absolute necessity for any car camping adventure. Being able to boil water and cook 2-4 people worth of food simultaneously saves a lot of time. This thing would even do great tailgating, whether at the game or on a warm spring day at the slopes. The skillet cleans easily, but make sure you keep metal off it to keep it that way. It would be truly 5 star if it had adjustable leg knobs and a level bubble on one corner, but rocks and sticks do the job pretty well too. Would highly recommend!

    awesome stove

    • Familiarity: I've put it through the wringer

    this is a great two burner stove. Really nice have a griddle stove combo in your camp kitchen. makes cooking some camp meals a lot easier being able to use a griddle as oppose to using to pan.


    • Familiarity: I've put it through the wringer

    I love using this stove car camping! It's offered the ability to make so many different meals while camping whether it's pancakes for breakfast or fajitas for dinner. Regardless of the meals it helps prepare, it's been great at efficiently using gas and getting around 6-8 meals per cylinder. Lastly, it's been easy to clean up and keep clean, and have not had any rusting parts on it just yet so it should last for years to come.


    Great Car Camping Stove

    • Familiarity: I've put it through the wringer

    AWESOME stove. Use it every time I go car camping. Cooks food fast and the skillet is a great addition. Whats better than cooking bacon and eggs on your skillet and your coffee pot on the burner...answer NOTHING!

    Classy two burner

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

    Probably the saddest thing about backpacking vs. car camping is not being able to make coffee and breakfast at the same time. Two burners and a griddle give you the luxury of boiling water for your press while you sear your hashbrowns and scrambled eggs and bacon and country ham and pork chops and eggs over easy and GRITS OH GOD DELICIOUS GRITS BEAUTIFUL GRITS GRITS WITH HONEY AND MILK AND DONT PUT THE GRITS ON THE GRIDDLE DEAR LORD THE GRITS ARE RUINED!!!!!!!!!

    OK sorry I'm a bit of breakfast enthusiast, particularly when it comes to grits. But that's another great thing about twin burners - You can fry up all the wonderful breakfast proteins that you crave when crawling out of the tent WHILE BOILING WATER FOR GRITS AT THE SAME TIME! Brb gotta go scratch this grit itch.

    Also in favor of this stove is that it packs up pretty small and is not actually heavy, for what it is. You're obviously not carrying it 12 miles into pristine god country but if you did want to hike back a mile or two off the main road it's not unthinkable. We had no problems getting it lit(with 0mph winds, no less) and it's very user friendly.

    Pic related. Also it looks like we're filthy humans that hate the Earth but I can assure you we scoured the area for any stray plastic or paper before we packed out. Always leave it better than you found it.

    Classy two burner

    Awesome stove

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

    Went on a camping trip with friends that had this stove. It was amazing so we finally gave up our 30 year old coleman and bought this stove. I love having the grill. I plan my meals accordingly and have 1 less pan to pack.

    Awesome stove

    • Familiarity: I've used it several times

    I've been waiting for a stove like this all my life. Grill burgers on the grill grate at night, cook bacon /eggs in the AM on the griddle, all white you boil water for coffee or sides on the single burner. The grill/grate are nonstick coated so cleanup is a snap. Fast boil, great flame control, this one is going to last a long time.

    *My regulator ended up failing after a few uses (started losing pressure), but after an email to Camp Chef they FedEx'd out a replacement part in 2 days. Stuff like that happens from time to time, but I was very impressed with their customer service.

    Great for Car Camping

    • Familiarity: I've put it through the wringer

    The griddle and grill combo on this stove great. Cooking eggs and burgers has never been easier. Make sure the grill is level though, you will lose your eggs if its not.

    Great for Car Camping
    Unanswered Question

    Confused by some of the reviews below - does this stove come with a grill as well? Or is the griddle reversible into a grill? Thanks!

    can these stoves be used indoors?

    Best Answer


    Thanks for the question, I'd recommend that any time you use a stove like this, you use it in a well ventilated area.

    Shoot me an email anytime you have questions!

    Jared D.

    Expert Gearhead


    Unanswered Question

    Can the griddle be removed to utilize both burners for cooking with pots and pans?

    Anyone have an idea of the weight of this...

    Anyone have an idea of the weight of this stove?