|Item Weight||15 pounds|
|Product Dimensions||13.5 x 13.5 x 10.7 inches|
|Item model number||58031|
|Manufacturer Part Number||58031|
|OEM Part Number||58031|
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Little Red Campfire 11.25-Inch Portable Propane Outdoor Camp Fire by Camco , Approved For RV Campgrounds - 65,000 BTU's Includes 8 Foot Propane Hose (58031)
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Camco's Olympian Propane Portable Camp Fire allows you to "take your campfire with you". The compact, portable campfire is great for campsites with restrictions against in-ground fires. Take it tailgating, or put it on a patio. Its size is convenient for wherever you need a fire. Realistic log pieces and full 9-1/2" Diameter ring burner help create the natural look and ambiance of from-scratch campfires. Its sturdy lid and security latches make it safe and easy to transport. The campfire includes an 8' propane hose for use with standard LP gas cylinders. The fire tray diameter is 11-1/4". It includes an adjustable regulator with a maximum output of 65,000 BTU/HR.
From the manufacturer
What's in the Box?
- (1) Camco portable propane Little Red Campfire
- (1) Self-storing carrying case
- (1) 8-foot propane hose and adjustable regulator
- Realistic log piece
- Large interior burner ring
- Elevated fire tray
One Year Limited Warranty
The manufacturer extends a 1 year warranty from the date of purchase against manufacturing defects in material and workmanship to the original purchaser of this product if used under normal conditions of operations. If this product fails to operate because of a manufacturing defect, the defective part will be repaired or replaced on written consent of Camco Mfg., Inc. This warranty covers only the repair or replacement of parts and does not cover labor or shipping costs.
Portable Propane Campfire
All the charm of a wood-burning fire
Camco's Propane Portable Little Red Campfire allows you to take your campfire with you. No mess, no ash and no need to gather firewood--you can have a campfire wherever you go. The compact, portable campfire is great for campsites with restrictions against in-ground fires. Take it tailgating or put it on a patio. Its size is convenient for wherever you need a fire. Realistic log piece and full 9-1/2" diameter ring burner help create the natural look and ambiance of wood-burning campfires. Its sturdy lid and security latches make it safe and easy to transport. The campfire includes an 8' propane hose for use with standard LP gas cylinders. The fire tray diameter is 11-1/4". It includes an adjustable regulator with a maximum output of 65,000 BTU/HR.
A Safer Option
The Little Red Campfire is perfect for use in campgrounds with fire restrictions. Features like the elevated fire tray make the Little Red Campfire the safest portable propane fireplace on the market. Protect our forested areas and our campgrounds with a safer, easy-to-use fire. The Little Red Campfire can be used as for cooking if using the Little Red Campfire Cooktop (sold separately). Use to boil water, or cook up your favorite dish in a frying pan.
Self-storing carrying case
Lid easily latches on to base for added portability
Elevated fire tray
Keeps heat off the ground and other surfaces
Realistic looking log pieces
Help create the ambiance of wood-burning fires
Approved for use at campgrounds with in ground fire restrictions
How it Works
Set up the Little Red Campfire wherever you plan to use it and remove the lid. Make sure the log piece is in place. Attach the propane hose to the base of the Little Red Campfire. Attach the other end of the hose to your standard LP gas cylinder via the standard ACME female end with regulator. Make sure each connection is tight to prevent gas leaks. To ignite the fire, turn on the propane gas and regulator on low until you hear gas hissing. Once you hear the gas, carefully hold a flame near the burner ring to ignite the propane. To turn the fire off, simply turn the regulator and propane all the way to the off position. Wait for Little Red Campfire to cool before moving or storing it.
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Update. It now has 4 camping trips on it. The half tank of propane I started with is still supplying it no problem. So I'm pleased with the gas consumption. Far cheaper than $3 to $5 a bundle for firewood at a campground. And no messing with getting the fire going. All it takes is a spark. Lights every time.
As far as putting it on the cover. I made a little wooden spacer that spaces it over the handle. The tray keeps it from getting hot. Just gets warm. See picts. It's a much nicer fire raised up on top of the cover. I also found that if you put the cover upside down and twist it around so the handle goes into the dirt, the campfire can be put on the cover upside down with no wooden spacers.
I bought an inexpensive adapter to run it off the small 1lb bottles. As others found out running it on half the bottles freeze up after about 45 to 60 minutes. I saw someone who said it worked if you submerged the bottle in a pail of water. But I dry camp a lot so water is not plentiful enough for that. On low the small bottles are ok. But on medium or higher they seem to freeze up after about 45 to 60 minutes. And they make the campfire pretty expensive if you are buying the little bottles in the store and not refilling them yourself. I found long ago the little bottles are easy to refill with an adapter.
I heat my house with wood. So I get all the "wonder" of starting and maintaining a fire all friggin winter. When I'm on vacation camping I've gotten to the point where I want something simple. And now that it's impossible to carry firewood with all the restrictions and have to instead buy it at crazy prices at the campgrounds, I figured I'd give the little red a try. I agonized over the decision between little and big. I bought the little red over the big red because I wanted the small size. I am disappointed you can't put little red on the cover. I just figured out though a couple blocks would raise it over the handle and it would work. From what I read the Big red and the little red both have the same size burner. Big red just has larger logs and tray. I'm quite pleased with little red. I have it running at about half throttle in the picts attached and it's really nice. Puts out some decent heat. And the hissing several complained about is barely noticeable. Turn on a little soft music and you won't. Itice the hiss. This was my biggest concern. You can hear it hiss, but at half throttle where the fire is nice size but efficient on the gas it is barely noticeable. And wow it's a really nice fire. I have no clue how long the tank will last. This weekend will be the big test. I have it connected to a grill tank which was probably half empty. I found the cooking grate worked well. And I could even use my Coleman folding oven with the campfire. I'm quite pleased. Bigger might be better. But this sure is nice and small and compact. Fits right in a camper cabinet. And I love the metal cover. The logs seem fragile. When it is not use I'm wrapping them in shop towels for transport.
One trick is to tape over the air intake holes above the 90 fitting (or replace this drilled 1/4" coupler with a new one). This stops the loud hissing many complain about when on high, makes the flame more calm, natural, seem bigger and ironically it feels hotter too. This could create some mild soot over time because the flame is "dirty" without a lot of air, but I dont care. I dont need to touch anything. You let it cool, wrap the hose, put the top on, and go.
The second trick is to remove the 90" 1/4" elbow and using a hex wrench, screw out the restrictor. This will make a HUGE difference and your flame will be as big or bigger than you actually want.
We paired it with a 15 lb propane tank and it seems to burn through about a pound per hour on medium.
FYI - be sure to check the connection where the hose meets the burner. Ours was loose when it arrived (and can loosen after transport). It is a 2-second hand tightening so no big deal but you do need to check it for safety and to prevent gas leaks. If you read the directions it does tell you to do this.
The ceramic logs "char" and get soot deposit after use, which actually makes them look much better and more realistic than they do in the picture or straight out of the box.
I was undecided between the Little and Big versions, but ended up getting the Big Red because its lid has an indentation that allows you to set the campfire on top. This makes for a more comfortable height when it's on the ground and you're sitting around it in chairs. My understanding is the Little does not have that indentation, so would need to be set directly on the ground or on another stable surface.
Overall I'm very pleased and will be using this even on my home patio on chilly evenings. No eye-burning smoke to deal with, and instant on/off. You'll be the envy of your neighbors, guests, or other campers.
I bought this because some parks and campgrounds do not allow
a campfire or if I go camping and wood is wet I don't have to worry about
gathering wet wood and baby sitting it while it smokes me out.
The downside to this, having to carry a propane tank which takes up more room.
But convenience out weighs the downside of gathering wood. I have an instant campfire.
Having said all the above, this does not warm a group of people around it like
a real campfire does.....but creates a quick ambiance for a gathering of family