Outdoor Fire Pits - Create the Perfect Backyard Gathering Place
There's nothing better than gathering around the warm glow of a fire with your friends and family. Our outdoor fire pits are available in a number of unique designs, materials, and sizes to complement any yard, patio, or outdoor space.
Make sure to check out our detailed fire pit buying guide to find the best style and size for your space.
What Size Outdoor Fire Pit Do I Need?
Large (36-Inch Diameter or Larger): These heavy-duty large wood fire pits are designed to be permanent structures and can hold the most amount of wood for the biggest fires.
Medium (30-Inch to 35-inch Diameter): One of the most popular types, these typically feature convenient stands and are easy to maneuver.
Small (29-inch Diameter or Smaller): Small or portable fire pits are lightweight and easy to move, making them a great option for camping and traveling.
Do I Need a Propane or Outdoor Wood-Burning Fire Pit?
There are several aspects you need to consider when choosing a fuel type. Propane fire pits are powered by clean burning liquid propane which means there is no smoky smell. These are also easier to light, provide a continuous flame, and require very little maintenance. On the other hand, wood fire pits create a relaxing ambiance with the sound of crackling logs and aroma of campfire smoke. Plus, firewood typically costs less than liquid propane, so wood-burning fireplaces cost less to use.
Does My Outdoor Wood Fire Pit Need a Cover?
Yes. A fire pit cover will offer protection from the natural elements and help prevent rusting. This well also help extend the life and longevity of your patio fire pit.
How Do I Start a Fire in a Fire Pit?
First, it's important that you have the proper equipment and you are following proper fire pit safety. You'll want to gather items such as tinder, kindling, and a fire starter.
Next, you'll want to create a pile in the bottom center of your wood-burning fire pit with your tinder, grab the kindling and place it at a 35-degree angle directly above the tinder, take the fire starter and light the tinder pile, and once it starts burning place your seasoned firewood in a similar structure as your kindling. Ensure that you are leaving small gaps between your firewood to maximize the air flow of your outdoor fire pit.
For a more in-depth guide to get that perfect fire at your next backyard party, make sure to check out our How to Start the Perfect Fire in a Fire Pit article.
Can I Use a Fire Pit on a Wood Deck?
Wooden decks are more susceptible to burning because of their material, but if you following the proper precautions, you can safely enjoy your fire pit on a wood deck. Make sure to read our article on The 5 Do's & Don't When Using a Fire Pit on a Wood Deck before placing any fire pit on your deck.
Find the Ideal Patio Fire Pit Style for Your Yard
What is a Chiminea Fire Pit?
A chiminea fire pit is a miniature outdoor fireplace with a potbellied body and a narrow chimney. Typically smaller than traditional fireplaces, chiminea fire pits are better able to contain the fire due to their unique enclosed shape. This allows them to retain more heat and create less smoke.
What is a Fire Table?
A fire table is piece of outdoor furniture which features a outdoor fire pit built into a table. Not only do fire tables provide warmth and flame, but they also provide a convenient surface where you can place drinks or snacks.
A fire pit is the ideal place to warm up during chilly nights and gather with your loved ones. With a variety of sizes and styles to choose from, you're sure to find the perfect style for your lawn or patio.