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Redwood Leisure Camping Stoves and BBQs

Bring the taste of home to the great outdoors with our selection of Camping Stoves and BBQsand BBQs. Perfect for camping trips, picnics, and garden gatherings, our camping stove and BBQs are designed for easy transport and set-up. Choose from a variety of styles including Camping Stoves and BBQs, portable grills, collapsible grills, and traditional Camping Stoves and BBQs. Whether you're grilling up burgers and hotdogs or cooking a delicious meal for your family and friends, our camping stoves and BBQs will help you make the most of your outdoor cooking experience. Browse our collection today and find the perfect camping stove or BBQ for your next adventure.

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FINDING THE RIGHT CAMPING STOVE FOR YOU.

Choosing the right camping stove for your outdoor adventures is a crucial decision that can significantly impact the overall enjoyment and success of your camping experience. Whether it's a lightweight backpacking stove or a garden BBQ we have everything you need under one roof. 

For ease check out some of our biggest camping stove and bbq categories below. Finding the right stove can be daunting but we hope you find what you are looking for and if you need any extra help please use our live chat to talk to one of our camping experts.

Can you use a camping stove indoors?

It is generally not recommended to use a camping stove inside as most camping stoves are designed for outdoor use only and produce carbon monoxide, an odorless and potentially deadly gas. Using a camping stove inside a tent, cabin, or other enclosed space can lead to carbon monoxide buildup and pose a serious safety hazard. Additionally, camping stoves typically produce a strong odor, smoke and may create a fire hazard. If you need to cook inside, it is better to use a stove that is specifically designed for indoor use, like a kitchen stove.

How to use a camping stove?

Using a camping stove typically involves the following steps:

Assemble the stove: Follow the manufacturer's instructions to put together the various parts of the stove, such as the burners, fuel line, and windscreen.

Choose a safe location: Set up the stove on a flat, stable surface, away from any flammable materials or overhanging branches. Make sure the stove is on level ground and not in a location that could be affected by wind.

Connect the fuel source: Depending on the type of camping stove you have, you may need to connect a propane tank, fill a fuel reservoir, or insert a canister of fuel. Make sure the connections are tight and there are no leaks.

Ignite the stove: Refer to the manufacturer's instructions for the specific method of lighting the stove. Some camping stoves have an electric ignition while others may require a match or lighter.

Adjust the flame: Once the stove is lit, use the controls to adjust the flame to the desired level.

Cook your meal: Place a pot or pan on the stove and cook your food according to the recipe.

Turn off the stove: Once you are finished cooking, turn off the stove and disconnect the fuel source.

Clean and store the stove: Clean the stove and all its parts according to the manufacturer's instructions, and store it in a dry place.

It is important to read the instruction manual that comes with the camping stove to ensure proper usage and safety.

Can you use camping gas on a BBQ?

Yes, it is possible to use camping gas on a BBQ. Many portable camping BBQs are designed to use small, disposable canisters of camping gas as a fuel source. These canisters, also known as "butane/propane mix" or "propane/butane mix" come in a variety of sizes, and can be easily screwed into the BBQ. It's important to check the manufacturer's instructions for the specific type of fuel that your camping BBQ requires, and to use only the recommended type of fuel. Also, make sure that the connection between the gas canister and the BBQ is tight and secure to avoid any gas leakage. Keep in mind that when you're using a camping gas BBQ, it's important to use it in a well-ventilated area and avoid using it indoors or in any enclosed spaces.

What is the best BBQ for camping?

The best BBQ for camping will depend on your specific needs and preferences. Some factors to consider when choosing a camping BBQ include:

Size and portability: Consider how much space you have for storing and transporting the BBQ, and how easy it is to set up and take down.

Fuel type: Decide whether you want to use charcoal, propane, or wood as your fuel source. Each has its own benefits and drawbacks. Charcoal BBQs can provide a traditional smoky flavor but can be messy and take longer to heat up. Propane BBQs are more convenient, easy to light and heat up quickly, but can be less portable and require a separate propane tank.

Cooking surface: Think about how much food you will be cooking and what type of food you will be cooking, then choose a BBQ with a cooking surface that is large enough to accommodate your needs.

Durability and quality: Look for a camping BBQ that is made of high-quality materials and is built to last. Look for features such as windscreens, and durable construction.

Accessories: Many camping BBQs come with additional accessories such as a lid, thermometer, or side shelves, which can make cooking and clean up more convenient.