Best Camping Wood Stove in 2020
Camp Chef Alpine Heavy Duty Cylinder Stove
- Wide form shelf/drying rack
- Adjustable legs for uneven ground
- 5" diameter chimney pipe (over 10 ft. total height)
- Wire spark arrestor
- Fire grate in bottom to protect the base from overheating
Guide Gear Outdoor Wood Stove
TOMSHOO Camping Stove Camp Wood Stove Portable Foldable Stainless Steel Burning Backpacking Stove for Outdoor Hiking Picnic BBQ-Upgraded Version
- ♨Sturdy & Stable: This camping stove made of durable stainless steel. The windproof serrated cross stand offers a stable platform for your cookware and increases heat contact.
- ♨Unique Design, Efficient Burning: The wood stove has the double wall inside makes cold air to be heated fast when entering the chamber, thus significantly improve burning efficiency.
- ♨Unlimited Fuel: Use the twigs, leaves, branches, wood as fuel to cook a meal on your hike, and the stove includes a tray to hold solid alcohol fuel.
- ♨Foldable & Lightweight: Easily collapsible into a compact size (5.4" x 2.8") and packed in the mesh carrying sack for convenient storage. At only 1 pound.
- ♨What You Get:1*TOMSHOO Camping Stove,1*Alcohol Tray, 1*BBQ Grill Net 1*Mesh Storage Sack, 12-month worry-free warranty and friendly customer service.
Unigear Wood Burning Camp Stoves Picnic BBQ Cooker/Potable Folding Stainless Steel Backpacking Stove
- Stable and Durable: Made of premium quality stainless steel for rugged backpacking.
- Portable and Ultra Compact: Unigear camping stove made with stainless steel, which can be folded like a book, and come with a carrying bag for your easy carry. Perfect for camping, hiking, backpacking.
- Multifunction: Camping stove can work with many kinds of pots, which can cook Food, boil water and BBC. Meet your camping needs.
- High Efficiency: Those camping stove not only can use wood, also can use spirit burner, twigs, leaves, coal, gas and solid fuel tablets, which makes it easy for outdoor camping or hiking.
- If you have any quality problems within 6 months, you can contact us at any time for after-sales service.
TOMSHOO Camping Wood Stove Portable Folding Lightweight Stainless Steel Wood Burning Backpacking Stove for Outdoor Survival Cooking Picnic Hunting (Stainless Steel)
- ENVIRONMENTALLY-FRIENDLY and UNLIMITED FUEL FROM THE NATURE. Different from traditional gas stove, TOMSHOO camping stove gives you an environmental and simple way to enjoy camping. You can get twigs, leaves, dry grass, pinecones as original fuel from nature naturally.
- COMPACT & LIGHTWEIGHT: Lightweight and easily collapsible. Package collapsible size is 5.5"x5.5"x 3.38" and the weight is 0.61lbs (0.28kg), compact design makes outdoor stove easy to be packed in a small storage bag leaves more room in your backpack.
- STURDY STAINLESS STEEL: Crafted with high quality stainless steel and owned pot support system creat a stable cooking platform and distributes hear evenly. This portable camping stove will steadily burn bright, whatever heavy weight or high heat comes its way.
- High Thermal Efficiency: Pocket bellows and air vents for good ventilation and efficient burning. The secondary combustion keeps camping wood stove burning continued for 20mins with dry firewood and wood chips.
- What You Get: 1 x wood burning stove, 1 x storage bag, 1 x pocket bellow,1 x user manual, 2-YEAR PROTECTION FOR FREE from the date of its original purchase.
Lixada Camping Wood Stove Folding Lightweight Stainless Steel Wood Burning Backpacking Stove for Outdoor Cooking Picnic Hunting
- STURDY and RUST-PROOF: Lixada foldable camping wood stove is made of high quality stainless steel , works great under heavy weight or high heat, and anti-rust for outdoor use.
- COMPACT and LIGHTWEIGHT: This folding stove is collapsible and lightweight, very portable to put in you travel backpack or case.
- EASY TO USE: Simple and ingenious design, easy to install within 20 seconds. Big enough to boil water or cook in a small to medium pot.
- EASY STORAGE BAG: Each wood stove comes with a storage bag for convenient carrying, free up more space in your backpack.
- 100% SATISFACTION GUARANTEE: Lixada is dedicated to provide product and service issues and is committed to delivering a 5 star experience for all customers.
VidaLibre Camping Stove â€“ Portable Outdoor Wood Burning Folding Camp Stove for Camping, Hiking, Fishing, Hunting, RV, Emergency Preparedness - Portable Camping Grill - BBQ Rocket Stove
- ✅ UNIVERSALITY Portable camping stove by VidaLibre includes all you need to prepare a hot meal for 1-10 persons. You can cook, fry, simmer, bake bread, make BBQ and kebabs. In short, VidaLibre Camping Stove can be used to cook anything you would cook in your kitchen. An additional benefit of the portable outdoor camping stove is the ability to use almost any kind of fuel (wood, branches, biomass, charcoal or dry alcohol)
- ✅ COMPACTNESS & MOBILITY Dimensions of the camping stove in the traveling state: 14" x11"x13", weight is 20 pounds. The portable camp stove doesn't take up a lot of space in your car. VidaLibre portable folding camping stove comes with a carrying bag, so it is very easy to transport this camp stove.
- ✅ EASY TO USE - Wood burning camp stove VidaLibre is ready to work in 30 seconds. You need only pull out the camping stove from the carrying bag, remove the cover, remove all the items from inside, install the chimney, and the outdoor camping stove is ready to cook your favorites dishes when you are fishing and hunting, hiking, camping, expeditions, etc.
- ✅ RELIABILITY, STRENGTH AND HIGH EFFICIENCY All the components of the camping wood stove portable are made from high-grade 1 mm thick stainless steel. The backpacking camping outdoor stoves exterior is painted with a special heat-resistant paint. Also, the portable folding camping stove is designed in such a way that even with a small amount of fuel, the camp stove is highly efficient. For example, a large pot of water boils in just 8-10 minutes.
- ✅ ANY WEATHER & ANY CONDITIONS! Neither rain nor strong wind will prevent you from preparing delicious food since the stove body protects the fire from the weather. Thanks to its versatility and low fuel consumption, the VidaLibre Multifunctional Portable outdoor camping stoves can be used in various places. NO PROPANE OR ELECTRICITY NEEDED! Perfect for serving hot food to people in military operations. Camping stove is not intended for use as a source of heat indoors. USE OUTDOORS ONLY!!
Lixada Camping Stove Portable Stainless Steel Backpacking Stove Wood Burning Stoves for Picnic BBQ Camp Hiking
- BUILT TOUGH: Made of hardened stainless steel, the stove is meant for rugged backpacking and camping.
- SMART DESIGN: With open mouth for convenient adding wood. Extremely easy to assemble. Sturdy structure: Stably place your cookware.
- UNLIMITED FUEL SOURCES: Cook a meal using the twigs you collect on your hike. Say goodbye to heavy, costly, polluting petrol fuels.
- ENVIRONMENTALLY FRIENDLY: No fuel canisters, no chemical emissions, no batteries, less carbon footprint.
- PORTABLE: Come in a reusable pouch for convenient carrying. NOTE: Wood Stove ONLY, other items displayed in pictures are for illustration purpose ONLY, they are NOT included in the listing!
TMS Portable Military Camping Wood Stove Tent Heater Cot Camp Ice-fishing Cooking Rv
- Stove can be used in an outfitters tent with a stove pipe vent; Four (17" long × 2 1/2" diameter) interlocking flue pipe sections
- Spark arrestor for added safety; Removable dual side cooking tubes can be used for baking potatoes, foil meals, etc.
- The stove has front and rear air flow regulators and an easy access bottom ash clean-out
- Top grate is hinged and doubles as a carrying handle when stove is not in use
- Grate folds to provide flat heating surface on top of stove and can be folded out for drying gloves, socks, small items
Solo Stove Campfire - 4+ Person Compact Wood Burning Camp Stove for Backpacking, Camping, Survival. Burns Twigs - NO Batteries or Liquid Fuel Gas Canister Required.
- The #1 wood-burning camp stove recommended by Backpacker Magazine and serious survivalists including Discovery Channel's Matt Graham.
- Patented design (#D701,721) features a unique double wall that creates ultra-clean gasification and a secondary combustion. This allows fuel to burn more completely and with less smoke.
- Uses twigs, leaves, pinecones and wood as fuel. Eliminates the need to carry heavy, polluting and expensive canister fuels.
- Compact design nests inside the companion Solo Stove 2 Pot Set (sold separately) leaving you with more room in your backpack.
- Boils water in 2-4 mins (34 fl oz. water). 7" Diameter, 6.7"/9.25" tall (packed/assembled). Weighs only 2.2 lbs. Made of premium stainless steel and nichrome wire. Nylon stuff sack included.
How to Install a Woodburning Stove
Installing a wood stove can provide you with inexpensive heat, but it's crucial to play by the rules, that by law, must be included in the packaging of all new wood stoves.
When ready to install the stove, unless the hearth is made of stone, brick or concrete, you will need to lay a stove board down first. Center the wood stove so that at least 18 inches of board extend out on all sides of the stove. The stove should be at least 20 inches from any back and side walls. If this clearance cannot be met, attach another stove board or a piece of sheet metal that is at least 3/8 of an inch thick to the side and back walls. This board or sheet metal should be attached to the walls using 1-inch spacers.
Place the first section of stovepipe crimped end down into the flue collar of the stove. Mark the holes in the flue collar onto the stovepipe and remove. Drill holes where the marks are, coat the inside of the flue collar with furnace cement, replace the stovepipe, and attach using number 8 sheet metal screws. Wipe off any excess cement with rags or paper towels before it dries.
Repeat this procedure for all sections of stovepipe until you reach the chimney opening. If the chimney is in the roof, you will need all straight pipes. If the chimney opening is in the wall, you will need a stovepipe elbow. The connection process is the same for all sections.
When ready to insert the last section of stovepipe into the chimney opening, you may need to shorten it to fit. Measure carefully, taking into consideration the length of the crimped end of the pipe that will fit into the last section of stovepipe, cut the pipe so that you will have enough length to insert into the chimney. Drill 3 holes on the connector end of stovepipe, spread cement on the insides, and then screw them together. Wipe any excess cement off.
Insert the chimney end of the stovepipe into the chimney as far as it will go. Seal any open space where the stovepipe goes into the chimney with cement. If the last section of stovepipe is too large to fit, make several small slits with the tin snips in the end and crimp those in until you can work the pipe into the chimney opening. Stovepipe can sometimes be difficult to work with. Using pliers can make connecting the sections easier. Make sure to insert each piece of stovepipe crimped-end down into the last piece to eliminate any soot falling out of the stovepipe during burn times.
Tips: Purchase all materials from a reputable hardware store or stove shop, and keep their name and phone number handy in case you have any questions about installing your stove. They should be more than happy to help you with your project.
If you are at all unsure about any phase of the installation and don't feel comfortable with your hardware dealer's advice, don't hesitate to contact your local fire department. They will help put your mind at ease in order to get the best and safest use out of your new wood stove. Keep a fire extinguisher in a handy location in the event of any problems with the operation of your stove.
Installing a Woodstove
UI Extension Forestry Information Series: Woodstove Installation and Safety