Camp Chef Rainier Camper Griddle/Grill/Stove Combo

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Camp Chef Rainier Camper Griddle/Grill/Stove Combo -
The Camp Chef Rainier Camper Griddle/Grill/Stove Combo lets you stew up a pot of steaming, hot deliciousness on one side of your stove while you grill up some tasty, flavor-popping morsels on the other. And even though it's portable enough to fit in your car or canoe, the included non-stick griddle means that your all-time favorite lumberjack breakfast (three eggs, three bacon strips, three sausages, three hotcakes) is always on the menu.

Weather and Wind:

  • Lid and side shields block wind from the burners


  • Operates on 16.4 oz. propane canisters, sold separately
  • Stainless-steel drip tray is easy to clean up; includes a removable grease tray under the grill
  • When it's time to pack things up, the Rainier Camper combo stows nicely in the included carry bag; bag includes space for 2 fuel canisters, sold separately
  • Handy dandy carry bag is included; your favorite hickory-smoked, thick-cut bacon, unfortunately, is not
  • Matchless ignition means that you won't singe off your knuckle hair trying to light this puppy
  • Due to flammable item shipping restrictions, we cannot sell fuel canisters online; they are available at REI retail stores
  • Put the nonstick aluminum griddle on the stove and make a hearty breakfast before the day's adventures
  • Convenient carry handle makes it easy to transport the Camp Chef Rainier Camper grill, griddle and stove combo
  • Non-stick aluminum grill and griddle relinquish your fully cooked meal without a fuss
  • Piezo igniter sparks the stove to life with the push of a button, eliminating worries about wet matches and burning your hand
  • Single burner puts out 10,000 BTUs to quickly bring a pot of water to a boil; use the 8,000 BTU nonstick aluminum grill to make hamburgers, hot dogs and chicken
  • Three-sided windscreen helps conserve fuel and reduces cook time
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Review RatingNumber of Reviews
Activity:Family & car camping
Auto ignition:Yes
Burn time (max flame):Unavailable
Dimensions:23.5 x 13 x 5.75 inches
Fuel type:Canister
Heat output:(Burner) 10,000 / (grill) 8,000 british thermal units
Weight:16 pounds

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Camp Chef Rainier Camper Griddle/Grill/Stove Combo Reviews:

Positive Reviews:

Nice stove for car camping. Has a grill on the left for cookin' up burgers and brats (what else are you eating while you camp?), and a powerful burner for boiling/simmering. You might be asking, "what is the difference between this and the Ranier 2 listed for 79.99?" - this is the same stove, plus an exchangeable griddle top (bacon anyone?) for the grill and a potentially handy carry sack (would be nice...but the carry sack is made from really cheap material and ripped as I was unpacking it from my first camp trip). Overall, good purchase, but i wish the carry sack lasted more than one trip...

Joe Iacono at on 06/01/2012

This grill met all my expectations. I made burgers and hot dogs while heating up baked beans. The next morning I was making sausage and eggs. Great unit overall. I do feel trying to get a low flame out of either side was difficult and the carry bag is a joke. Then handle ripped off the first time I picked it up. I looked all over the web and Back Country had the best price at the time of my purchase.

Rich at on 06/25/2012

Got this grill to use camping and to use on my balcony since there's not much room out there. I love it so far. I have used it about 5 times to cook different things and it handles everything like a champ. I was cleaning it last night and some of the finish started coming off, so be careful with this. Overall great purchase and I am happy with the product.

Maggie at on 04/28/2013

This stove made cooking at camp so easy. It produced good heat at medium to high levels. The setup was easy. The only issue I had was the connection from the propane bottle to the stove. It worked fine, but it seemed to put too much unnecessary torque on the connection piece, the way the bottle weight rests on it at a 45 degree angle.

yanp36865 at on 11/04/2012

Great Stove

We used this for the first (and so far only) time on an incredibly windy day out on the coast. It fired up right away and did a great job under pretty harsh conditions. It was a bit hard to control the temperature, but I attribute this to the conditions, rather than the product itself.
JDB at REI on 07/07/2013

I want 2 more of these!

We use this every year for our camping trips. This year I recently used it for the soccer teams concession. Made my life much easier.
UrbanCampMom at REI on 04/04/2012

Sausages on one side, coffee on the other.

Austin H. at on 05/02/2012

Negative Reviews:

I have had this product for only 1 year now, and used it about 4 times in total.
That is all it took for the extremely cheaply made 'carry bag' to rip in 4 spots. The handles came off there are 2 holes in the material. it is the cheap 'throw away' bag material you might see in disposable bags from a convention souvenier shop.
When it arrived the legs on the grill were bent so those had to be straightened out and the legs on the griddle are held in place with poorly assembled pop rivets. One of the legs came off already so now use a tent stake to keep the griddle level. Also, some coating is now coming off the bottom of the aluminum grill. Not sure if it is just oxidation, but with how large the pieces are it apears to be some type of coating that is flaking off.
The electronic starter workes about 1 out of every 10 tries now.
The stove does give off a LOT of heat and makes coffee pretty quickly but I would shop around if you want something that will last.

Eric J. Goodman at on 06/07/2013

Now that I have used the stove a few times, I can say that the build quality is lacking. Yes, the bag is crap. No storage pocket for the griddle leads to scratches. The legs of the griddle are hard to maneuver and the overall build of the components is flimsy.
Keep looking - there's better stuff out there.

Von Jefe at on 07/12/2013

This should be about a $49 stove. Poorly built, flimsy. Not recommended.

Troy at on 07/31/2013

Neutral Reviews:

Good, but certainly not perfect

I use this stove when I go car camping. I bought this stove because of it's design, options, and price. When comparing to others at the store, side-by-side, this stove seemed to have it all and I still believe it is a good buy.

Great looking
Easy to set-up, use, and pack-up
Comes with both a griddle and a grill
Long burner for griddle/grill
Serious flame heat
Size is great. Very thin.

The drain design is poor. The drain is not a single piece extending from top-to-bottom, ensuring all material is captured by the drain catch. A simple tube, inserted into the top drain hole, and connected to the bottom drain hole, would have been really nice. With out it, grease can collect inside the hollow body of the stove.

The tote bag is complete junk. The design is great, but the material used to construct it is a joke. The handle ripped off the very first time I used it.

The flames are difficult to adjust with the knobs. The knobs do not stay where you turn them. They "micro" adjust on their own and it takes a few attempts to get the flame right where you want it. Kind of annoying when you don't want to burn something.

The griddle grease resevoir runs around the edge of the griddle which is normal, but the resevoir is very shallow and narrow. You will only be able to cook about 5-6 slices of bacon before having to drain it.

The stove does not come with a utensil to pick-up the griddle while hot. So, after you cook those 5-6 peices of bacon, you'll have to wait until it cools off so you can pick it up, or grab it with the two sets of tonges that you didn't bring.

The griddle "legs" that fold down and insert into the openings on the stove do not lock in place and are sometimes hard to align, especially if you are using a utensil to hold it with. If you don't get the alignment right, the legs will fold back into a retracted position.
AZ Adventurer at REI on 11/11/2012

Purchased this to replace a 26 year old Coleman stove. It does the job, has an easy set up and ignition system. The griddle plate is perfect for cooking eggs breakfast for the family, while brewing coffee on the burner plate. Clean up was quick and easy. On the down side, as others have mentioned, the bag and general construction leave much to be desired. The bag should be better quality and have a protective pouch/sleeve for the griddle plate or grill gate. Without this the piece not actually on the stove will scratch the lid. The stove itself seems as if it is made from flimsy material. While it gets the job done, I'm not sure it will last as long as my trustee family heirloom Coleman.

Stephen at on 05/28/2013