We did the same thing. We brought a mini-smoker-charcoal grill. It was cool, but you're at the concerts all day and don't have much time to use it. Mostly used it early, like 11am and once after midnight when we were starving after the shows. Kinda a pain, since you're limited on when you can use it. This year, we're leaving it behind and just doing cold pizza and sandwiches and snacks. So to answer your question; yes you can bring either small grill for cooking, the Gorge is cool with it! Happy Grilling!
Post by know ID yuh on May 4, 2009 17:42:26 GMT -8
Shoot, you can bring a large BBQ if you can fit it in your ride. The only rule is, "no open fires." So if you load up your grill with tons of lighter fluid at 2am, you might get a raised eye brow from the security, but it is still legal.
It is real easy borrowing grills for hotdogs during the daylight hours as well, meaning, throwing your dog on someone else's BBQ for 5 minutes. Everyone is cool there. The main campground party lasts well into the late afternoon, since some only go for the last three acts.