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Tent Stoves And Campfire Gear

Below are essential for keeping your tent warm on those cold nights. Our tent stove comes in a bundle option to properly outfit your hot tent safely.  We also have a tent stove jack that can be easily attached to your canvas tent.  Plus, explore our favorite firewood tools for camping.  



Choosing a wood stove for a tent can be a great way to enjoy camping in cold weather. A wood stove can provide warmth, comfort, and cooking options for your outdoor adventure. However, not all wood stoves are suitable for tents. You need to consider several factors before buying one, such as size, weight, material, safety, and budget. Here are some tips to help you choose the best wood stove for your tent.

  • Stove Size: The size of the wood stove should match the size of your tent. You don’t want a stove that is too big or too small for your space. A big stove can produce too much heat and smoke, while a small stove can be inefficient and require frequent refueling. You also need to consider the size of the firebox, which determines how long the stove can burn without reloading. A larger firebox can hold more wood and last longer, but it also adds weight and bulk to the stove.
  • Stove Weight: The weight of the wood stove is an important factor if you plan to carry it on your backpack or vehicle. A heavy stove can be a burden and limit your mobility, while a light stove can be easier to transport and set up. Titanium is a popular material for lightweight stoves, as it is strong, durable, and resistant to high temperatures. However, titanium stoves can be more expensive than steel or iron stoves, which are heavier but cheaper and more widely available.
  • Material: The material of the wood stove affects its performance, durability, and maintenance. Steel and iron are common materials for wood stoves, as they are sturdy and affordable. However, they can rust and corrode over time, especially if exposed to moisture or acidic substances. Titanium is a superior material for wood stoves, as it is corrosion-resistant and has good heat conductivity. However, titanium stoves can be more difficult to weld and repair than steel or iron stoves.
  • Camp Safety: Safety is a paramount concern when using a wood stove in a tent. You need to ensure that the stove is properly installed and ventilated, and that the tent is made of fire-resistant material or has a stove jack. A stove jack is a hole in the tent wall or roof that allows the chimney pipe to exit the tent safely. You also need to keep a safe distance between the stove and the tent walls, floor, and furniture, and use a fireproof mat or platform under the stove. You should never leave the stove unattended or let children or pets near it.
  • Your Budget: The budget for your wood stove depends on your personal preference and needs. You can find wood stoves for tents in various price ranges, from less than $100 to over $1000. Generally, you get what you pay for in terms of quality, durability, and features. However, you don’t need to break the bank to get a good wood stove for your tent. You can find some decent options that are affordable and reliable if you do some research and compare different models.