. . . the only ones I've found so far are the ones with the mesh screen, which are not approved?
Thank you!1) I haven't seen one for under $100.
. . . one I found is close to $100
. . . majority are $150 and more
2) Just look for any pit that has
. . . mesh sides to prevent sparks/embers from escaping, AND
. . . solid metal top and bottom to prevent holes if pit is damaged *
3) For pits, look at
. . . Firepits.com for a catalog of outdoor firepits and fireplaces
. . . Wood Pit for $109
. . . Wood Pit for $150
* Also, mesh tops can deterioate due to the rising high heat and have ember holes.
That looks great! Just right for the Fort. We've never had to deal with a fire pit before, so I don't know much about them. When we camp here usually there's a little pit already at the site.I was able to find one that is called Masterbuilt Grizzly Cub Portable Fireplace.. I love it . We have used it at home a few times. It was only $59 at Dick's sporting goods store.
It's a good size for RV but most people say it's small online, but I think it's just the right size... it's about 34" tall about 20" across... Closes down really small enough to pack in RV or trunk of the car...