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Sunday, November 24, 2013

Why a Propane Fire Ring is one of those perfect RV Accessories

When you’re camping, there’s nothing quite like sitting around a campfire to make you relax at the end of the day. Unfortunately, many areas regularly have burn bans in place that prohibit campfires from being started, even inside of metal fire rings. The answer is a propane fire ring, one of the most innovative RV accessories on the market today.

Propane fire rings are normally allowed in areas where burn bans have been initiated, because they do not produce a spark that could ignite and cause a forest fire. They look much like a fire pit that is typically used in your backyard, and are made from non-combustible materials such as aluminum, concrete or even stone. Since they are fueled by a propane tank, they can be used virtually anywhere.

Many campers enjoy roasting marshmallows or hot dogs over an open fire. Boy scouts are even encouraged to try cooking various dishes over a campfire as well. Propane fire rings are perfect for cooking on, which is another reason why they are extremely popular with those who camp in areas prone to fire bans.

For those who just don't have the room or carrying capacity to haul wood, a propane fire ring is the
perfect option. And many summer nights really don't warrant the warmth a real campfire can put out. Simply adjust the height of the flame on your portable campfire and stay cool while enjoying that soothing flicker of flames. A bonus is the fact that propane fires do not produce any smoke, so your clothing will not smell bad after warming yourself next to a propane fire.

Currently the two top portable propane fire rings are the Little Red Portable Campfire and the Campfire In A Can.  Both are very similar in style and function with the Little Red Campfire smaller and more compact in size.

You can easily purchase a propane fire ring to carry with you in your RV. That way, you’ll be prepared to have a cozy campfire, even when there is a burn ban in place.

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