The BEST Portable Fire Pit

The Best Portable Fire Pit

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Am I alone when I say I hate the smell of a campfire? Now, don’t get me wrong, I love sitting around a campfire with friends for an evening as much as the next person. It’s the next day when you notice everything now smells like a campfire. I’m talking about your clothes, shoes, chairs, and even skin! And my absolute least favorite place to discover reeks like campfire? My hair! I swear, it takes at least three deep shampoo sessions to get that smell out of my hair.

Now, with that little rant out of the way, let me tell you the best solution for this smelly problem. The Firedancer Portable Fire Pit is seriously my favorite outdoor accessory! This little magic pit produces the same amount of heat as a regular campfire WITH NO SMELL! Oh also, don’t get me started on smoke from campfires. I’m a magnet for smoke. No matter how many times I move my chair, the smoke always finds me. Just me, always me. But with our Firedancer, I no longer play that hellish version of musical chairs.

Convert-A-Ball FD500 Fire Dancer Portable Patio Fire Pit
  • Provides an instant, realistic-looking campfire for any outdoor application
  • No assembly required

This pit from heaven is fueled from propane gas (and if you’re an RVer, you have plenty of that). The propane tube is really long so it’s easy to tuck away behind a chair or tree. From a distance, it looks like a real campfire too, so you don’t have to deal with those die-hard campfire campers making fun of you. Haha, I’ve fooled you all! Not to mention, it’s really easy to tote around and the lid screws in tight when you’re done for easy storage.

Benefits & Features:

  • No stinky campfire smell!
  • No smoke in your face!
  • Gives off a good amount of heat
  • No assembly required
  • Fueled by propane gas
  • Screw on lid for easy transport and cleanup


  • Pricey (but worth it)

Last update on 2021-06-20 / Affiliate links / Images from Amazon Product Advertising API

  1. Can you use this to roast marshmallows, and hotdogs? I’m just wondering if the fumes from this are safe for food preparation!

    1. Yes! They even sell an additional accessory grill top for it. It uses propane which is also used as the fuel source for most RV stovetop cooking. I would personally “season” it a little first and let it run for an hour before cooking over it.

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