5 Great Portable Gas Grills

5 Great Portable Gas Grills

Since you’re an avid tailgater, or camper, you clearly know the value and appeal of a portable gas grill. A transportable grill is a must-have for your on-the-go experiences. They excel in areas of portability, saving space, and saving money. Portable gas grills have advanced with innovative additions such as integrated cutting boards and wheels, catering to anyone looking for convenient grilling experiences while away from home. Check out our top picks!

Coleman RoadTrip 285

With a total output of 20,000 BTUs, the Coleman RoadTrip gets hot relatively quickly, and the heat remains constant. Unlike traditional side-by-side burner configurations, the Roadtrip 285 has the main burner running across most of the grill’s width, and two secondary half-oval-shaped burners complementing it on each side. This design allows for versatile heating options, including independent use of each half, separate temperature settings for each, or even heating across the entire grill. Keep in mind that if you have a smaller vehicle or are unable to lift 50 pounds, consider a smaller tabletop model. Otherwise, the Roadtrip 285 is a great choice!

Weber Traveler

What’s better than a Weber on wheels? The Traveler’s scissor-legged, foldable design and larger cooking surface allow it to rise above other portable gas grills on the market—convenient enough to take with you to the tailgate, but big enough to enjoy cooking with it at home, as it boasts 320 sq.- inches of cooking area. Weighing in at 47 pounds, Weber designed the grill to be light enough but with big durable wheels so that you can traverse over obstacles like rock, mud, and grass with little effort. (There is also a latch that automatically engages when folding and unfolding. When folded, it securely locks the hood to prevent any movement during transportation.

Napoleon TravelQ PRO 285

The Napoleon TravelQ portable propane gas grill provides up to 12,000 BTUs and 285 square inches of cooking area, so you should be able to get two large chickens on it or about 20 hamburgers. Having two burners is a major bonus when it comes to grilling because it allows you to adjust temperatures either side of the grate, which is especially useful if cooking two different types of foods or when certain foods cook faster and require relocation to a cooler section of the grill.

Pit Boss Grills 75275  

Fellow BBQ enthusiasts will agree that this Pit Boss portable grill is one of the best grills you can buy for two hundred dollars. It’s got a high-quality grate and shell in stunning stainless steel. Even when hooked up to a 20 lb gas tank, it is very frugal with propane, so the fuel efficiency is a major plus. If it’s windy, you may want to cover the side vents with aluminum foil to ensure that it lights properly, but otherwise it should work well in both wind and rain.

Magma Marine Monterey II

The Monterey II not only talks the talk, but also walks the walk when it comes to style, performance, and durability for grilling on the go. Constructed with 304 mirror-polished stainless steel this model boasts superior corrosion resistance and is less prone to rust. The combination of infrared radiant screens and a stainless-steel dual-element infrared radiant plate generates powerful and uniform heat while also vaporizing drippings, resulting in that iconic barbecue flavor. Monitor your cooking easily using the ultra-high temperature glass viewing window and the stainless-steel thermometer, which is tightly sealed to maintain accuracy.