8 Best Fireplaces And Fireplaces

1. Orvis Fatwood Carton.

Orvis is one of the most popular brands when it comes to outdoor supplies. This Fatwood Carton comes with all the fatwood you’ll need for up to a dozen fires. It is also baled for compactness so you can easily put it anywhere you want. The fatwood has been dried naturally, so it is going to burn longer and cleaner than some of the other woods sold in other brands or even other brands made by Orvis. It also contains a sap that burns cleanly with very little residue at all.

2. Solo Stove Bonfire.

When it comes to building a bonfire, most people just think of piling up the firewood together and adding a log. However, this Solo Stove Bonfire can change all that. The bonfire is based on the awesome idea that only working gases should be used to light the fire. This is why this one can last longer and burn cleaner while still providing all of the heat you’re looking for on any winter night. It’s a great choice for those who want to extend their enjoyment of natural fire even further and last even longer than before.

3. Smithey Carbon Steel Farmhouse Skillet.

While this one is not a fireplace per se, it is a solid choice for those who want to cook something on the fire. The Smithey Carbon Steel Farmhouse Skillet can be placed directly over an open fire and will still work perfectly. It is also made of carbon steel and comes in a beautiful black finish. The Smithey skillet will last you a very long time and work great while doing so. For the best cooking experience possible, don’t forget to use this skillet next time you’re making something on your heart.

4. Kindling Splitter.

For those who are looking to get a fire going and don’t have any kindling on hand, this Kindling Splitter from the Pinty Stove Company is a great choice. It can split wood just like its name implies. This one is made to work with logs, firewood, and sticks of any size. While this one does work great for splitting wood, it also works well for starting fires in general since it can split firewood into sawdust and kindling. This one was designed for campers, hunters, and outdoor enthusiasts in mind so if you’re looking for something to crack open the ice or start a campfire this one is worth the price.

5. Feast by Firelight.

Now what kind of hearth would be complete without fine cooking? Feast by Firelight is the only cookbook you’ll need to impress your friends and family with your heart cooking skills. This one comes with more than sixty recipes that are designed for outdoor fires. It’s packed with tips, tricks, and information on which types of wood work best for certain kinds of foods. It even offers suggestions on the types of gear or tools that you’ll need to make sure your cooking experience is as smooth as possible. After all, it’s hard to cook a meal over an open fire if you don’t have the right tools.

6. Marshmallow Roasters, Set of Two.

Before you start pulling out your grilling gear, make sure you have these Marshmallow Roasters by Grill Outfitters in your outdoor cooking arsenal. They are extremely easy to use, cook hotdogs and marshmallows to perfection, and allow the marshmallows to keep their gooey caramel consistency. The roasters are great for traveling or just hanging around the house. Just take them out of the oven, relax and eat, and enjoy a nice campfire treat while you’re at it.

7. National Parks Fatwood Wooden Crate.

While most fireplaces are made of wood, this one is made from fatwood. This type of wood burns up to 2400 degrees Fahrenheit and stays lit for a long time. In the right conditions, it can even burn without any kindling or fuel at all. This one has a sturdy wooden crate that can be used to store and transport your fatwood when you don’t need it. It also comes with everything you need to get started with your fatwood including an easy-to-understand guide on how to select and use the best kind of fatwood for your fireplace.

8. “The Dude” Streamside Cowboy Cauldron.

The fireplace isn’t the only thing you can cook over. This “The Dude” Streamside Cowboy Cauldron is a great choice for those who want to cook a stew or a hearty soup outdoors and make sure it stays warm for many hours afterward. It’s great for use over an open fire so if you want to throw something on the grill and make sure it stays hot in between cooking times, this cauldron will keep everything warm until dinner is ready. It even comes with rock potholders which help protect your hands from getting burnt when taking the cauldron from a fire.


If you are looking to enhance your outdoor fireplace or make sure it stays in prime condition for the cold winter months, these products are a great place to start. Just remember that the quality of the wood you use is extremely important so don’t forget about the fatwood when it comes time to get your heart fire going.