Parks & Rec
LIGHT & NIMBLE
At 11 feet long and only 720 pounds, a Parks & Rec can be pulled by any vehicle with a tow bar. Easily hand-maneuver it into a single parking space or through a disaster recovery situation. The hitch can be removed for both security and safety.
EASY TO OPERATE
If you can flip a burger and load a woodbox, you can run a Parks & Rec. A single cook can feed hundreds of people in a day, making it easy to take shifts. Whether used in disaster recovery situations, to feed the homeless, or to make a profit, an OMG connects you to your patrons face-to-face.
At only $5,900, you won’t find a similar price on a full-featured mobile kitchen with a griddle, smoker, steam table, and four-compartment sink. And with our lease-to-own program, we’re providing the opportunity for anyone to open a business, feed the hungry, or connect with the community.
BUILT TO LAST
Each mobile food trailer is hand-built from the ground up in Azle, Texas. We use only high-grade steel from trusted suppliers and our welders are expert craftsmen.
The Flow of Food
Slice it, dice it, and chop it on the attached poly-resin cutting boards. Easy to clean and perfect for prep work.
The four-compartment sink enables you to wash both your utensils and your hands. A tall divider separates the two.
Grill, boil, and fry on both of the 36” Blackstone griddles with removable drip pans. Each has four independently-controlled 15,000 BTU burners.
Stack your plates, bowls, napkins, and utensils or any other items of your choice on a pair of removable metal shelves. Keep your condiments in the attached holder.
SMOKE IT, KEEP IT WARM, OR COOK MORE
Select one additional cooking space: a 16-gauge steel vertical smoker, a warming box that will hold food up to 400 degrees, or a flat cooking top with two 30,000 BTU burners that can hold large pots.
Three 30,000 BTU burners provide heat to the steam table. The five steam tray slots can hold the various sizes of your hotel-size restaurant pans.
Questions? Call 817-382-2728
- 4′ x 11’ and only 962 pounds
- Hand-built from the ground up
- 2” square steel tubing frame
- 2,000-pound axle, 600-pound springs
- 13” 5x4.5 chrome wheels
32” x 76” open underneath storage
- Complete hookup for the LED tail lights and brake lights
- 2” ball coupler and removable tongue to prevent tripping and trailer theft
- 32” x 14” removable tailgate that converts into a rear serving tray
Powder-coated in your choice of color to match your brand
- Hookup and holders for three 20-pound propane bottles
- Your choice of sides in aluminum diamond plate or 16-gauge steel panels with a customizable sign area
- Two 2” square metal openings can hold a banner, umbrellas, flags, or the optional marquee sign
- RAM trailer jack that supports up to 3,000-pounds
- 48” x 18” x 19” lockable storage
Just ordered one, what a great experience it was! Professional and personal care…highly recommend them.
An OMG is a must have for a chef. Indoors, outdoors, patio, on the street, you name it, this trailer is amazing!
Venus, Jackson, MS
BUILD YOUR PARKS & REC
A New Way to Serve
Lightweight and affordable, an OMG can launch your food service business, whether that's onsite catering, setting up in outdoor food courts, or hitting the road to do fairs and show. And with our lease-to-own program, limited finances won't stop your dreams from coming true.
What better way to connect with your community than to feed them? Many of our models are GSA-approved. OMGs are used throughout the country by police and firemen, parks and rec departments, and the U.S. military to connect to the community in the way that best meets the situation.
Food is one of the greatest ways to connect with anyone, including your employees and customers. Companies across the U.S. are using our outdoor mobile kitchens to forge deeper connections with all of their stakeholders.
From churches to schools and athletic groups to disaster relief orgs, our outdoor mobile kitchens have provided nonprofits of every size a way to feed hundreds of thousands of hungry people. Uses vary from fundraising, to community outreach, to feeding the homeless, to being a lifeline to those in a disaster scenario.