Fire rings are metal devices used for holding and preventing campfires from spreading or becoming wild fires. They can be buried in the ground or designed with bases that can stand on any surface. Some fire rings have add-in cooking grills.
Types of Fire Rings
Kinds of Fire Rings include the following:
Fire rings with bases
Fire rings with bases use ring stands that elevate them from the ground and prevent grass fires. They can stand on most surfaces. Most models are made of heavy-duty steel frames that gradually become rustic with an oxidized finish with age. Some fire rings with bases come with cooking grills.
Baseless fire rings
Baseless fire rings do not have stands. They are placed directly on the ground. They are commonly used in backyards, campsites, cabins, and resorts. Most models are made of heavy-duty steel that can withstand even the hottest fires. Some baseless fire rings come with cooking grills.
Choosing Fire Rings (Buying tips)
Grill: Choose a fire ring that comes with a heavy-duty cooking grill so you can cook barbecue, hotdogs on sticks, and marshmallow smores (among many others). If you can afford a lockable, theft-proof grill, all the better.
Safe and user-friendly: Choose a fire ring with a dual wall surface that traps heat inside to allow air and heat circulation between the inner and outer wall. The cooling effect reduces the heat of the outer wall surface, making the fire ring safer.
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