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Propane campfire


Sometimes ya just wanna press the EZ button

Or "true" campfires are not permitted

I received an e-mail from camping world, they have their Little Red Campfire on sale for about $160 and some similar models

We already have a 20lb cylinder for our BBQ

Just reaching out to those who may have something like this, for a recommendation

Thanks,

Bill 



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Being old fashioned, if I can’t have a wood burning campfire I skip it.

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Cookie Dough wrote:

Sometimes ya just wanna press the EZ button

Or "true" campfires are not permitted

I received an e-mail from camping world, they have their Little Red Campfire on sale for about $160 and some similar models

We already have a 20lb cylinder for our BBQ

Just reaching out to those who may have something like this, for a recommendation

Thanks,

Bill 


 I had one but the ceramic “logs” got pounded into dust while riding in the bed of my truck.  I just threw it away.  Others may have had a better experience.



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I would search for another brand, paying attention to the BTUs that a propane campfire puts out. We have the Camp Fire in a Can - no longer available unfortunately - and compared with friends Little Red Can ours put out much more heat. We hosted a gathering (pre-Covid 19) with about 30 people and 3 propane campfires and ours was the most crowded because it was the warmest!

BTW, we replaced the "fake log" with lava stones, lighter and easier to transport and a more authentic look of campfire coals.

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We have been full time for a year. We used ours 4 times so far. It seemed like a great idea, but we just found it useful.

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LarryW21 wrote:

Being old fashioned, if I can’t have a wood burning campfire I skip it.


I agree with your opinion

 


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