This compact fire pit is designed to reduce the amount of smoke given off from the flames, meaning no more smelling like smoke. It’s also portable, so you can take it from your backyard to a campsite with ease. The bundle also includes a stand, which keeps the heat from damaging whatever surface you put it on.
Shop now: Solo Stove Bonfire + Stand, $300 (originally $420)
Another option if you don’t want to smell like a bonfire, this pit uses an airflow system to reduce smoke and ash. You can burn your choice of firewood in it, but the brand does offer its own wood packs that are easy to light and become a full fire in five minutes. The packs contain little pellets that are made from the sawdust that’s a byproduct of lumber manufacturing that otherwise would have been thrown away.
Shop now: Tiki Stainless Steel Low-Smoke Fire Pit, $350
Prefer a fire pit that runs on propane? Here you go. This one ignites with the push of a button, and the tank is easily hidden by the panels so it isn’t an eyesore. The included steel insert transforms the pit into a table (when it’s not in use, obviously)
Shop now: Endless Summer 30″ Outdoor Fire Pit, $265
Proof that you don’t need to spend a ton of money for quality, this more-affordable fire pit is a top seller on Amazon and boasts 4.4 stars and nearly 10K reviews. It’s on the smaller side, making it better suited for intimate gatherings. It’s also portable and easy to assemble.
Shop now: Kingso Fire Pit, $50
For those who want to roast more than marshmallows over their fire, consider this fire pit/grill hybrid. It comes with a cooking grate that easily turns it into a grill. The simple design makes it versatile across a variety of home decor styles.
Shop now: Hampton Bay Piedmont Fire Pit, $99
Weathering steel, the material this is made from, takes on a pretty, rust-like finish—so basically it’s just going to keep looking better and better over time. Something else that makes this one of the best fire pits? The storage space at the bottom for extra wood.
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Despite how complicated it looks, this fire pit actually comes together in about an hour. (You will need to have a caulk gun, level, shovel, and gravel or sand on hand, though.) From edge to edge it measures four feet, with the diameter of the fire bowl being around two-and-a-half feet. It comes with a grill plate, so you can also use it to cook.
Shop now: Necessories Grand Fire Pit Kit, $579
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