Little Red Portable Campfire

Little Red Portable Campfire

Posted by Claudia Haddix on 13th Jan 2016

With the Camco Little Red Portable Campfire you can take your fire with you!  This compact and portable campfire is great for campsites with fire restrictions against in-ground fires or take it tailgating or put it on your patio.  Realistic log pieces and full 9.5″ diameter ring burner help create the natural look and ambiance of from-scratch campfires. Includes 8′ propane hose to connect to standard LP gas cylinders.  RV campground approved.  This unit has a nice,  big 11.25″ fire tray diameter. 

Little Red Campfire

The full burner ring allows even gas and flame distribution. The heat-resistant base and tray elevates the fire off the ground and keeps the base cool. This gas fire pit, has an easily adjustable flame height, that puts out up to 18,200 BTU per hour. The ceramic logs give your campfire a realistic look and feel on your family’s camping trip. It is a perfect addition at your RV campsite once your motorhome is parked and set up. Just grab your lawn chair, light the fire pit and instantly, you have the heat and ambience of a campfire.

  • No Smoke

  • No Ashes

  • Easy Set Up

  • US Forest Service Approved

  • Self Storing

  • How would you like to have a campfire that is safe and approved by the U.S. Forest Service and campgrounds?  Imagine camping and not being able to enjoy the warmth and comfort of a campfire because of strict fire restrictions.  Even when the risk of wildfires is high, the Little Red Campfire is safe and campground approved because there are no burning embers or sparks.  Simply connect the Little Red Campfire to a propane tank and you’re ready to enjoy your camping adventure.

This is a convenient and economical alternative to messy wood fire pits or expensive charcoal fires. There is also no ash and no mess afterwards.  Because the Little Red Campfire is fueled by propane and can be turned off with a quick turn of a knob, you can still enjoy a fire pit or campfire during fire bans.