The campfire grill tripod is camping's "sliced bread" because it keeps your knuckles out of the fire, your hotdogs clear of a crisp, and your hands free to do other things like play guitar and sing for entertainment while dinner's cooking.
Regardless where you decide to go camping or the type of campfire conditions you face, there's always a way to set up a campfire grill over your fire so that you can enjoy the flavors and the fun of cooking over an open wood burning fire.
However, if you take steps to remove rust relatively quickly after it forms and follow through with steps to prevent additional rust from developing, you can keep your grill looking great and functioning effectively for a very long time.
Dutch oven-Usually used with a tripod to hang over the fire, you can also place a Dutch oven over a low grill directly above a the campfire, and add whatever you want to cook into the pot, like soups and stews, beans, potatoes, and more.
If you leave your grill outside during the winter but only use it during the spring and summer months, it's essential to keep it covered to reduce the potential for damage that can make them difficult to clean or even render them unusable.