Camp Chef Portable Fire Ring

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Camp Chef Portable Fire Ring -
Pull out the the Camp Chef Portable Propane Fire Ring to create the warm atmosphere of a campfire anywhere with no mess or cleanup. This ''forest friendly'' portable propane campfire provides the warmth of a campfire by the RV, at the campsite, at the tailgate, or for a night out on the patio without the need to gather firewood, smoke, or cleanup afterwards. This take-along propane fire pit comes with metal legs, high pressure burner, 12 pounds of lava rock and a handy carry bag. Forest design cut in the side of this 15'' diameter steel fire ring. Includes two roasting sticks. Great for all types of activities. For outdoor use only. Propane bulk tank sold separately.  

Features:

  • 60,000-BTU high-pressure burner
  • Propane powered – no wood needed
  • Includes 12 lbs. of lava rocks
Backcountry.com (Spring 2014)
You roll up to the campground only to discover it's not campfire-friendly. No worries; just bust out your Camp Chef Portable Fire ring and blast 60,000 BTUs of warmth without breaking any rules (probably). Just dump the included 12 pound bag of lava rocks in the elevated ring, fire up the propane burner, bust out the included roasting sticks, and mow down on hotdogs until your stomach hurts. Ahhh, such is the life of car camping.

Campmor
The Camp Chef portable propane campfire fire ring is a great way to bring your family and friends together for an evening with a great atmosphere. Simply connect your bulk tank. No wood gathering, tending or smoke dodging. Features forest friendly design, built-in high pressure burner. Includes lava rocks and carry bag.5 foot hose with regulator For outdoor use only. Size 15" x 16" x 8.5" Wt 27 lbs.*Note: TANK NOT INLCUDED.

Cabelas
With this propane-powered fire pit you can enjoy all the warmth of a campfire without the wood. This forest-friendly alternative is great for no-trace camping. The portable pit incorporates a 60,000 BTU high-pressure burner, hose and regulator to produce plenty of heat. Comes with 12 lbs. of lava rocks to complete the look. Includes a carry bag for easy portability and storage. Propane cylinder not included.
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Editor's Note:As always, check local campgrounds restrictions and regulations about fires, rings, and other things that burn before you arrive.

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I researched several propane fire ring/pit options before settling on the Camp Chef fire ring. Pros:
*Portable (handy case)
*Easy Assembly (attach propane, arrange lava rocks/logs, and light!)
*Great Heat (used in 40-60+ degree weather, clear or cloudy)
*Awesome Atmosphere (our model features the ceramic logs as well as the lava rock, a definite plus) Cons:
*Low To The Ground (better for safety but not for "atmosphere"/viewing of the actual "fire")
*Folding/Not Locking Legs (great for portability but not so much for stability/safety) We've had our fire ring for about a year (it's used 1x a week-nightly on our deck during spring-fall) and it's still running great. It's picked up a little rust (we live in Western WA and had left it outside - with a cover over it - during the months we used it/had some rain) but it's quite minimal/would be easy to address. On the height issue, we found a heavy-gauge metal 3-legged plant stand to place it on/feed the folding legs through, which provided a nice cozy fire that we can enjoy visually as well as physically (heat). Regarding the heat output...I would not consider it a functional primary heat source, but for our purposes (more atmosphere than heat but the heat's a bonus when it gets chilly!) it fits the bill just fine. The bottom line: the more heat/longer you have it on, the more LP you'll burn through. Overall, a definite plus for use in areas where a traditional fire bowl/pit would not be safe/wise to use (i.e. deck). You would be hard-pressed to find something akin to this product at this price with these features/flexibility.
RaeNae at Cabelas on 02/21/2010

Luv this little ring.

So glad for this fire pit. Our local car-camp ground does not have or allow fire rings but this little item was just perfect & saves us from renting one. Kids & I got to roast marshmallows, & it gave plenty of heat to ward off the mildly cool morning. I checked both compact & bulky because they both apply. The unit itself is pretty compact for a fire pit & the carring case is the best, but the 20lb tank of LP makes it bulky. This item is perfect for RV & car-camping & that's our style. One other con may be the 20lb/5 gal LP tank requirement. I had to actually buy a tank as I could only find 15lb tanks for rent in my area. I don't know if one could get away w/a smaller tank as I know nothing about LP but I tend to follow the manufacturers instr anyway. And, since I bought it, I would not be will to exchange my tank for a rented one, though I couldn't do it even if I wanted to. Luckily, I found one gas station in my area that could fill the tank for me. The tank & where to get it filled really required some prelim research in my smalltown.
Momn2boyz at Campmor on 08/08/2011

Camp Chef Propane Fire Pit

We bought this fire pit to use during a fire ban and even though it is not the prettiest fire pit it did a great job of providing the camping fire experience. We burned it for about 7 hours and used about 2/3s of a five gallon propane tank at almost full throttle. The flames seemed realistic and rose anywhere from 4 to 6 inches out off the top of the lava rocks. It put off enough heat to satisfy us at night and in the morning. Kept the kids entertained as well. The hose supplied with the fire pit was plenty long for us. I would recommend this to anyone that will be camping during a fire ban, it is well worth the money.
NaNaWa at Cabelas on 08/29/2012

Too Good

My friends all laughed on this purchase, until they saw it work. Different story now. Instant heat in the morning. Nice campfire at night, even during fire closures or at music festivals. You will need a 20lb tank. My 10 lb tank won't push enough fuel to make it work right. (Follow the directions on the regulator!!!) A 20lb tank will last about three (4 hour) nights if you baby it along; full blast you can empty a 20lb tank in one night. We take along a bag of cedar chips or sage for that campfire smell, just add a half handfull every once in a while.
Hayduke Lives at Campmor on 04/04/2012

Made our trip!

We had a great time camping in the Colorado Rockies during a burn ban thanks to this fire pit. The Ranger stopped by our first night and was so impressed he requested the manufacturer's information so that he could order one for his personal use. He informed us that out of the 349 camp sites under his office's supervision, we were the only people enjoying a legal camp fire that weekend! Good size flame, nice portability, and we get several nights of fire with a five gal propane bottle. Great product!
Rocky Mtn Man at Campmor on 07/07/2011

Surprisingly good!

THis little propane fire pit gives off a ton of heat. We wanted a firepit for our roof deck but it's an apartment so we can't use wood. We inserted this portable unit into a regular fire pit, cut a hole for the hose, filled it in with more volcanic rock and voila, for a little over $100 we have a really nice, very useful, propane fire pit. But most important, it's very well made and really gives warmth on chilly nights.
firelover at Campmor on 10/10/2010

Much easier/far less smell than wood

We use on our deck as replacement for our wood fire pit. Sits low to the ground but if you have a fire pit to place it in it is the perfect height. Compact and easy to light. Heats up in minutes. Not enough heat to keep you warm on frigid winter nights but perfect for 20F degrees or above. Very portable with included carry case
Sounder the Backyard Lounger at Campmor on 11/11/2010

We Love It we take it with us in camper

I love it take it with us in camper, my sister has one that is bigger for her patio at home and would love to find one like that.
We have had fire bans in Colorado so it is perfect to take with u anywhere.
Just still looking for the bigger one for home.
Thank you and I have already sold a few for u.
Blake the dog at Campmor on 11/11/2011

Love my portable campfire

This is the best portable campfire. Not only is a compact and easy-to-use but it saves on firewood. Whenever I camp I buy several bundles of firewood, it usually totals at least $25. Now for less than $20 I can camp and have a campfire for several days using a propane tank instead.
PopUpSteve at Campmor on 01/01/2013

Works well for tailgating, & rv camping

I added another 5 foot hose, for more distance from the tank. which i can still wrap up and put in the bag. and i use a 20 lbs. tank gauge with it. i had it one summer and it worked well. i think i can find many uses for it.
TR at Campmor on 10/10/2010