We have three trailers available to rent. Check out the options below to see which one will best suit your needs.


Our combination smoker is our most versatile trailer. The main cook chamber​ ​features a reverse flow design for steady heat and smoke, and has 2 slide-out racks measuring 26″ x 50″ and 18″ x 50″. With over 15 square feet of cooking surface, you can smoke large quantities of ribs and Boston butts, or remove the upper rack and smoke a whole hog! Other features include:

  • A grill box with 2 racks, 22″ x 29″ & 12″ x 29″ (almost 7 square feet!), for cooking steaks, hot dogs, or burgers.
  • A rib/warming box with 3 racks, each 18″ x 18″ (almost 7 square feet!), which can be used for cooking ribs, chicken, brats, boudain, salmon, beans, etc., or for keeping cooked items warm and ready to serve.
  • A large (20″ x 24″) insulated fire box to keep your wood use to a minimum, saving you time and money. The butterfly vents help you fine-tune the fire.
  • A propane-fired burner that can be used for frying fish, boiling peanuts or corn, or cooking beans and chili.
  • A full-length wood bin for hauling a load of firewood, or storing your own supplies.


The BBQube’s dual smoking chamber​s feature a reverse flow design for steady heat and smoke, and have two slide-out racks in each chamber, both measuring 27″ x 57″. Each of the dual smoking chambers has its own separate fire box, allowing you to fine-tune the heat in each chamber independent of the other. With over 42 square feet of cooking surface, you can smoke large quantities of ribs or roughly 100-120 small Boston Butts (4-5 lbs), 70-90 medium Boston Butts (6-7 lbs), or 40-60 large Boston Butts (8-9 lbs). Alternatively, you can remove the upper racks and smoke two whole hogs.

High-Capacity Grill

Our 10-foot long, trailer-mounted, high-capacity grill can cook roughly 120 4-inch hamburgers or 35-45 average-size ribeye steaks. It has 2 slide-out racks measuring 51″ x 27″ and 51″ x 22″ for a total cooking area of approx. 18 square feet. Charcoal or wood is placed in a fire box directly under the racks (instead of using reverse-flow heat from an offset firebox, as in our Smoker or BBQube).

We make no guarantees about cooking capacity.  Cooking methods are up to the individual, so they can vary widely. You’ll need to make your own measurements of the meat you plan to cook in the smokers or grill, based on the dimensions of the racks. Remember to leave about 1/2 inch between each piece or meat to allow heat and smoke to circulate.  Also allow space for a water pan in the cooking chambers.

Don’t forget the wood!

Ask us about including a load of firewood with your rental!

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