Woodwind Pellet Grill
Woodwind Pellet Grill with Sear Box


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The Woodwind wood-fire pellet grill brings easy and delicious BBQ right to your back patio. Grill, smoke, bake, roast, braise, barbecue, or even sear all your favorite foods. Note: Grill and free gifts ship in two boxes.

Included free with your grill!
  • Free shipping
  • Bonus patio cover
  • Bonus pellets

Price as configured: $899.99


Are you sick and tired of bad BBQ? Well, so are your friends, neighbors, and family members. With the Woodwind woodfire pellet grill, mediocre grilling can be a thing of the past. Put the bland chicken and burnt steak behind you, and become the grill master you were born to be. With digital temperature control, the Woodwind does all the work for you. All you have to do is turn it on, set the temperature, and let it work while you play. Which means no more babysitting! The Woodwind doesn’t just make grilling easier—it also makes it more delicious. The Woodwind is fueled by premium hardwood pellets to generate heat and smoke, infusing your food with a savory wood fire taste that’ll make your taste buds sing. With grill temperature settings from 160° F to 500° F and the included Sear Box that reaches up to 900° F, you can achieve perfect results, whether you’re grilling, smoking, baking, roasting, braising, barbecuing, or even searing. And when you’re finished cooking, cleanup is a breeze with our patented Ash Cleanout system. Discover the heavenly taste of a woodfire pellet grill with the Woodwind. Buy now to begin your journey to grill mastery.



  • Electric auto-start ignition
  • Dual LED temperature readout
  • Easy setting selection system
  • Automatic pellet auger
  • Included warming rack
  • Included meat probe
  • Patented Ash Cleanout system
  • Large capacity pellet hopper
  • Included recipe pamphlet
  • Pellet hopper cleanout and purge
  • 160º F up to 500º F temperature range for slow smoking to grilling
  • Included bottom shelf
  • Four wheeled legs for easy movement

Sear Box

  • Stainless steel construction
  • Enamel-coated cast iron grill grates
  • Raised ribs on grates for distinct grill marks
  • Propane burner for high heat
  • Propane tank holder included
  • Grease management system with drip tray
  • Built-in ignition for easy lighting
  • Heat diffuser plates for infrared cooking
  • Reaches temperatures up to 900° F
  • Easily replaces existing side shelf with existing holes and hardware
  • Propane tank not included


  • Grilling Area Dimensions: 19.5" x 22"
  • Smoking/Warming Rack Dimensions: 6" x 24"
  • Total Rack Surface Area: 570 sq. inches
  • Side Shelf Dimensions: 16" x 12"
  • Hopper Capacity: 18 lbs. of pellets
  • Overall Height: 32.5"
  • Overall Weight: 146 lbs.

Sear Box

  • Searing Area Dimensions: 11.5" x 16"
  • Total Surface Area: 184 sq. inches
  • 16,000 BTU stainless steel burner
  • Overall Weight: 34 lbs.


Woodwind Pellet Grill with Sear Box is rated 4.8 out of 5 by 42.
Rated 5 out of 5 by from 1st cook in progress, very happy with the Woodwind I bought this on a Friday night and it delivered Free the following Wednesday! I burned it in after assembly and it really hold temps well, even in the Cold. (Less than 5 degree's to either side of set temp) The side Sear box is a Game changer, i have a couple nice Rib eyes on now and will finish with the reverse sear. Very pleased overall and i'm a Traditional Offset Stick burner guy. There is something to be said for being able to set temp and walkaway, that is huge. I have Ribs for Sunday and will be following with Tri Tip and a Brisket after that. I will report back with how that goes, but i am very Happy with the Woodwind so far. As far as the review saying "No smoke?" Please.... "Pitmaster?" I think you need to re-read the Instructions.
Date published: 2018-02-17
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Best grill I've ever owned They call me the grill master as I grill about 3-4 times a week, year round. So far, since getting my Woodwind grill with side burner about 10 days ago, I've tried salmon, steak, scallops, tri-tip roast, and chicken. Everything turns out amazing! The flavor you have to try to believe. I particularly like the temperature probe for getting perfect results each and every time. The sear box finishes off everything just the way it should be. My brother has a Traeger, and I'm so glad I went with the Woodwind. If you're thinking about a pellet grill this is the one to buy. Happy grilling!
Date published: 2017-08-17
Rated 5 out of 5 by from The Grill God is real I unpacked, assembled, and seasoned my Woodwind grill yesterday. That aroma from the competition blend gave me an extra skip in my step. Assembly was straightforward and took me about an hour (I did have a 3 and 5yr old wanting to "help" while running off with parts at times). I did my due diligence in researching wood pellet grills before purchasing the Woodwind. The features are what separates it from the rest for me. The sear box topped the cake. With all things considered, the Woodwind is priced just right. Thank you for a great product.
Date published: 2017-08-20
Rated 4 out of 5 by from Smoke Like A Pro I've had my Woodwind for about 6 weeks. I have used it every weekend and many week days. While I haven't had the chance to try a brisket yet, both pork and beef ribs turn out great. Reverse sear on steaks works great with the optional sear box. Perfect medium rare throughout the steak with great external sear. Chicken is tender and moist. Cleanup and changing pellets is easy. A good friend has had a Traeger for several years (the reason I bought a pellet grill), he's been commenting on the extra features on the Camp Chef. Great value for a top notch product. The only negative is I am having issues with the temp probe controller. However, Camp Chef's customer support has been responsive and helpful. A new controller is on it's way. This is the only issue that kept it from a 5 star review. I've had a couple of different smokers over the years. This is the easiest and best by far.
Date published: 2017-08-07
Rated 4 out of 5 by from Great but......... I bought my woodwind 3 months ago with the Sear box.........I like it but if youv'e only ever cooked on a propane grill (like me)....get ready for a steep learning curve......Night and Day....seriously.......YouTube and Campchef instructional videos are sketchy at best......expected better for the expense involved in this grill..........After only 3 months my temp probe has quit working.......but I have a temp pro backup.....so working with that....cooking a 10lb turkey as we speak........set the temp to 375 and the temp display went up to 260 and now is going down to 181......but the meat probe is going up.......Go figure??...........
Date published: 2018-05-12
Rated 5 out of 5 by from GET IT NOW! If you're reading this, then you're probably doing your research on pellet grills. I originally bought a Traeger from Costco but ended up returning it and getting the Woodwind with Searbox and I'm glad I did! I've only had it for a few days and have cooked some chicken and tri tip. Both were the best I've had...juicy & smoky. Pros vs Traeger: - better material. I like the stainless steel...not only does it look better, but it's also easier to clean. - easier clean up. Besides the stainless steel, the ash clean out is so convenient . - more features @ a better price. Ash clean out, hopper clean out, 2nd warming rack, bottom shelf. - SEARING! The sear box is awesome! I know Traeger claims they can sear, but it's not the same. If you want a pellet smoker/grill with the ability to really sear all in one unit, get the Woodwind w/ Sear Box!
Date published: 2017-05-16
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Amazing Grill This grill is an absolutely amazing machine. The searbox is a must, it's a game changer. It takes the standard gas grill cooker and turns him into a 5 Star Steakhouse Chef. CAMP CHEF MY FAMILY LOVES YOU!!
Date published: 2018-04-16
Rated 1 out of 5 by from Don't believe the hype. Total waste of money. I suggest buying a gas grill and a smoke tube as it'll be the same thing just way cheaper. My grill produces zero smoke on either smoke settings. I've talked to 2 different Camp Chef customer service reps and they both told me "Our grills smoke very little, if at all and that I should use a smoke tube for smoke." I don't feel like I should have to use a $30 smoke tube to get smoke out of my $1000 pellet "smoker". I've done 5 briskets on my woodwind and there is zero bark and zero smoke ring. Customer service has sent me different pellets to try, a new controller and temp. probe. None have fixed the no smoke problem. I was told as long as the grill temps were in range the grill was functioning normal and that there isn't anything more they can/will do.
Date published: 2018-02-14
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Has Camp Chef developed a larger, natural gas valve orifice yet?  This will drive my buying decision.

Asked by: Tom Staf
I have some information from a test I performed at my home after purchasing the sear box for my Camp Chef SE grill. A similar question had an answer from Camp Chef Support, who wrote that the engineer for the sear box said the existing orifice designed for propane would work with natural gas but the maximum temperature would be less. The advertising indicated the sear box could reach 900 deg or higher with propane. I first hooked up my sear box to propane. I purchased an infrared thermometer to test the surface temperature of the cast iron grates. After 30 minutes, the grates read 980 deg F. The next day I disconnected the propane and hooked up my natural gas hose that I have used for my gas grill for years. No other changes. I waited half an hour to reach max temperature and tested the surface temperature: 740 deg F. More than 200 degrees less but still high enough to sear many meats. So the engineer was correct. Users who want to use natural gas will have to decide if 740 deg is sufficient for their searing needs. I am going to continue using natural gas for a while and see if I am satisfied with its searing. If not, I'll go back to the propane tank. Overall, the pellet grill combined with the sear box is terrific.
Answered by: Lee_in_AZ
Date published: 2018-05-21

How do you bake a pie, bread, etc without it smelling like smoke?

Asked by: Todd C
you could put it in an aluminum foil tent and the smoke wouldn't get to it but I personally love a good "smoked" apple pie! you should try it
Answered by: fencedog
Date published: 2018-05-09

I have a different brand of wood pellet grill and the biggest problem I have is that rodents nest in it during the winter chewing through the wires on the controller because the bottom is open. Do your units close this area off?

Asked by: JBHall56
We do have a guard plate on the bottom of the hopper that will prevent rodents from nesting.
Answered by: Camp Chef Support
Date published: 2018-05-09

Is there an iPhone app that will let me monitor my temp?

Asked by: Kolijah
Answered by: Camp Chef Support
Date published: 2018-05-12

I want to build a Cook center around this Woodwind, will you please give me the dimensions.

Asked by: Rich M
51"L x 31"W x 42"H (with sear,chimney & handle)
Answered by: Camp Chef Support
Date published: 2018-05-09

Does the Woodwind come with a grease trap or some other way of catching the drippings to use for gravies?

Asked by: ginovel1
The Woodwind comes with a drip pan on the inside to catch grease, as well as a grease bucket to cath the grease on the outside of the grill.
Answered by: Camp Chef Support
Date published: 2018-05-09

I love my new Woodwind but never received my pellet or cover. Why doesn't the grill good love me?

Asked by: RJNCSU
Hello, Thank you for your question, I can assure you the Grill God loves you. Can you please contact our Customer Service Team at [email protected]
Answered by: Camp Chef Support
Date published: 2018-05-09

Does the pellet smoker plug in to electric outlet for energy source? The seat box states propane. Thanks

Asked by: Rookie Smoker
Yes the Pellet grill is run off of 120V outlet, the Searbox is run off of propane
Answered by: Camp Chef Support
Date published: 2018-05-09
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