Get It Before Labor Day Weekend—Order With Free 2-Day*by 5pm MT 9/2/15


Campground-friendly, toasty warm, and super portable.

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.

  • Editor's Note: As always, check local campgrounds restrictions and regulations about fires, rings, and other things that burn before you arrive.

Share your thoughts

What do you think of the

Camp Chef Portable Fire Ring

? Share a...


No file chosen

Rather attach a photo from another website?

Rather attach a photo from your computer?

    Add a:
  • Share a photo
  • Share a video


Only jpg, jpeg, png, gif or bmp files please.

Now review from the App.Download

Here's what others have to say...

Unanswered Question

I have a 20lb. propane tank to use for car camping. How long would it take to use up all of the propane in the tank if this was used on the high (60,000 BTU's) setting?

4 5

Hell Yeah!!

This thing just showed up and I have been sitting out on the back deck drinking a beer and staying toasty warm next to it even though winter has finally arrived in Seattle and the temperature is right at freezing.

The bag is going to be awesome to store and carry it. The folding legs are sweet too.

One of the biggest reasons I hate car camping is the fact people are idiots and many times you can't have a campfire going anymore even where there is a huge fire pit and there nothing to catch fire anywhere close by. Plus, I hate smelling like smoke the next day or when you get home and everything smells like a campfire.

This thing puts out some heat. It comes with two wire roasting sticks for wieners or marshmallows. I wasn't quite sure how well it would work for cooking but it would actually do really well with a grate over the top of it and using a pot or frying pan. Plus, you can adjust the flames so easily.

With all the fire bans usually in effect this thing will make camping much better than not having anything at all.

I will also use it when I drag the flatscreen out onto the deck during the summertime when we have movie night out under the stars. Sometimes it gets a bit chilly later in the evening and this thing will be perfect to have out there providing some warmth and ambiance.

I will just call it a new age campfire.. Because some idiot will burn down the forest if they let them.

5 5

Best Purchase This Summer!

  • Familiarity: I've put it through the wringer

I wasn't expecting to use this fire ring very much - but it has become a staple of every car camping trip, tailgate bbq, and yard party throughout the summer. It packs down fairly small & sets up easily. It has a fully adjustable flame, uses far less fuel than I had expected, and provides heat instantly in the mornings or on rainy days when starting a campfire used to be a pain. This fire pit has easily been the best camp gear purchase I've made this summer in terms of making my life easier.

is the propane tank included

is the propane tank included

Best Answer Responded on

Hey Edward,

This does not come with a tank. It is made to be used with the bulk propane tanks you can pick up at most gas stations.

4 5

Good. Not too small.

  • Gender: Male
  • Familiarity: I've used it several times

The shapes of the flames look natural. The lava rocks are fine. Lots of intensity control. I like the skewers it came with. Cooked hot dogs and s'mores. Wish the hose was longer than 5 feet though. Great for cool fall nights with friends around the fire.