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Backyard campfire essentials – Friday Favorites (Everything you need for the up-coming campfire season!)

I am sharing with you ideas on how to make a campfire in your backyard plus campfire essentials!

Friday Favorites is here! It’s my favorite part of the week! This Friday it’s all about enjoying the BEST part of the changing weather; campfires season! Here, I’ve listed some of my favorite backyard campfire essentials to help make the campfire season more enjoyable!

A backyard fire pit with wooden chairs around the fire, there are neutral cushions on the chairs. There is also a a stack of logs beside the fire pit.


Rustic campfire bliss

What’s better than a blazing hot campfire, wooden Adirondack chairs, cozy blankets, twinkling lights, and of course a large supply of s’mores! Nothing of course! Below, I’ve linked all the handy essentials you’ll need to keep you stocked this campfire season. Click the images to be redirected to their sources.

A copper bowl fire pit on a cement patio in the backyard.

Copper firepit

Ok… This is probably the most beautiful fire pit I’ve ever seen. This copper bowl rings up for a little over $200! Not bad!

A propane fire pit with a round covering in grey. There is a coffee cup sitting on the edge of the fire pit.


Propane Fire pit

If you’re looking for a propane fire pit, look no further! I love how rustic and sturdy this guy is. The lovely grey cover encases the propane tank within so there are no eyesores.

A wooden Adirondack chair on a blue and white outdoor rug.

Adirondack chairs

There’s something about tall Adirondack chairs that scream backyard campfires. These wooden chairs are affordable and I absolutely love the rustic wood tones. Just grab a blanket and a throw pillow and you’ll be set for those chilly fall nights!

A brown, gold and white flannel throw.

Flannel throws

I’m loving these flannel blankets from pottery barn right now. They’re the perfect weight for those chilly nights and they’re rugged enough to drag around the leaves without it wearing holes in the fabric.

A row of twinkling lights on a black track.

Twinkling Lights

No fire pit area is complete without pretty twinkling lights. Whether your lights are over your patio or strung up around your pergola; Outdoor patio lights are the perfect warm touch to add the ambiance to your fire pit area.

Caged string of lights hanging up.

caged string lights

These caged string lights are so fun and have a very rustic farmhouse look to them which I love… and they’re only 12 bucks!!!

A wooden crate that could hold many items. Has a rustic look.

S’Mores basket

Check out this cute and rustic wooden milk crate to keep all those essential S’Mores organized. A must-have this campfire season.

Tools for making s'mores on the fire pit.

S’Mores tools

Last and certainly not least are S’Mores tools! Absolutely an essential for those nights gathered around the fire pit. I know no campfire is complete without a perfectly toasted S’More…or at least that’s what my kids say!

I hope you have enjoyed all my campfire essentials! Have fun creating your own backyard experience.

Much Love,

Kori ~ at The Farmhouse Life

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