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Portable Campfire offers heat during winter months
Cold weather doesn't stop RV owners from hitting the open road, and modern motorhome accommodations have made it possible for travelers to stay comfortable throughout the winter months.
Campfires are a long-standing tradition among RV owners, but they can be difficult to start without the right materials. Travelers may have to spend hours gathering the wood needed to create a roaring fire, which otherwise could have been used to enjoy the great outdoors. Instead of dealing with the hassle of starting a fire from scratch, campers can invest in the Little Red Portable Campfire.
The portable campfire omits 18,200 BTU per hour, keeping travelers warm during even the chilliest nights. Its full burner ring also evenly distributes the gas and heat.
"I purchased my Little Red Portable Campfire some time ago and just hooked up," wrote one Camping World customer. "The process could not have been easier: screw into the five gallon propane tank, stack the logs ...and light it up. The longest part was taking it out of the box. I was surprised at how much heat it put out."
The product also comes with a heat-resistant base, reducing the risk of starting a wildfire. When you're done using the item, just fasten the lid to compact the campfire for easy storage.