A nice feature of the Roadtrip grills is that you can get a half-size or a full-size griddle to cook things like pancakes or omelets. You have a lot more cooking options without having to bring a bunch of extra pans.
I like the half size because you can cook your eggs and grill your sausages at the same time – or grilled cheese sandwiches and hamburgers simultaneously. It’s made from the same durable cast iron material with the easy-clean porcelain coating.
Keep in mind that this accessory does not fit all RoadTrip models, so check the details for the grill you have.
If you have more people to cook for, you may want to go for the full griddle option. When you wake up at your campsite in the morning, you may want breakfast to be easy – just whip out the griddle! You can essentially cook everything you’d want for breakfast on it.
It has a non-stick coating for easier cooking and clean up. If you are a healthy eater, you will also dig the grease reservoir.
OK, so you may already have the cooking utensils that you need… but what if you don’t? Or what if you are like me and you want your separate stash of camping gear so that you don’t forget to bring stuff?
GrillArt makes a heavy-duty 4-piece tool kit that includes a set of tongs, spatula, fork and basting brush. In other words, it covers all of your common cooking tasks and makes grilling a lot easier.
Propane Gas Adapter
Let’s say you will be using your barbecue mostly at home, or you have a lot of hungry friends. You may want to hook up to a 20 lb propane tank rather than buying the small 1 pounders all the time. It’s cheaper too.
Well, you can get an adapter with a hose that is 5 feet long, so you can situate your propane tank however you like.
RoadTrip Grill Cover
So what if you never plan to take your Roadtrip on a road trip? You love it for what it is and want to use it exclusively in your backyard. You may want to cover it with a durable cover that doesn’t cost too much – but it has to be stylish, of course.
This is a heavy-duty pvc-coated cover that resists fading and cracking (not like the cheap one I originally purchased that fell apart after one season and did not save me any money at all). You can also secure it so it won’t blow away.
RoadTrip Grill Regulator
If you need to replace the stove pressure regulator, here’s the part for about $17. Don’t worry, it’s easy to install yourself. Don’t go buy a new stove for goodness sake!