Road-trip grills are a great option for people experiencing wanderlust
The great American road-trip is a temptation that many U.S. citizens will experience at least once over the course of their lives. There is something mystical about dropping everything to pile into a fuel-efficient car with a bunch of friends to see the sights and sounds of North America. Often, these journeys result in a lot of camping and cooking in public places, and a durable grill is a must for quick and easy meals.
The aptly named Coleman Road Trip Classic Grill should be the first thing purchased by a person looking to embark on a migration across the country. This mobile propane-fueled device can be used on the included stand or a table, and boasts 285 square inches of cooking surface.
"I have had the Coleman Road Trip for nearly 10 years," wrote a customer on CampingWorld.com. "This grill gets used during all seasons and in all sorts of conditions. It starts every time with one push of the ignition. I would recommend this grill to anyone. The durability, performance, and available accessories make it a great buy."
The Coleman grill can easily be collapsed and stored in the trunk of any car, and deliciousness awaits any road tripper smart enough to use it.