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                PORTABLE WOOD STOVES

 

Click  PORTABLE WOOD STOVE for tents to view all 35 models to meet any stove requirement.

 

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Heavy duty Wilderness and Yukon stoves ship 1-2 days after ordering. Starting price $400, click heavy portable wood stoves. We have 6 camping stove brands available. 

 

Stoves listed above are mainly collapsible stoves

 

If you are searching for a lightweight stove that does not collapse, click lightweight stoves.  We have 2 brands available.

 

My best lightweight portable wood burning stove is the Riley Stove . The Riley colt and larger stoves have double side walls making it more durable.

 

If you are searching for a portable pellet stove, click tent pellet stove.  

 

I recommend you read our portable wood burning stove  for tents info guide that explains standard features and options on all our stoves.

  

STOVE COMPETITOR PRICE AND STOVE SIZE COMPARISON. 

WILDERNESS STOVE IS THE BEST PRICE STOVE AVAILABLE WITH THE MOST STANDARD FEATURES.

STOVE PRICE, SIZE COMPARISON: SMALL, MEDIUM, LARGE STOVE CATEGORIES IN CUBIC FEET (CF).

Wilderness stove is largest stove in small, medium, large stove categories. 

Largest stove with airtight door gasket will provide heat the longest with most efficient and easiest burn control.


 

Stove

Price

Comparison

SMALL MEDIUM  LARGE

Heating 

Tent Size

8x10 to

10x12

12x14 to

14x16

16x20 to

16x24

Wilderness

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Size 3

2.17 CF

$400

Size 4

2.95 CF

$450

Size 5

3.85 CF

$510

Camp

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Size 3

2 CF

$400

Size 4

2.66 CF

$450

Size 5

3.45 CF

$510

Davis

Colorado

Cylinder

Spruce

1.6 CF

$439

Timberline

2.5 CF

$499

Alpine

3.3 CF

$539

WhiteDuck

Spruce

1.6 CF

$654

Timberline

2.5 CF

$745

Alpine

3.3 CF

$776

Cylinder

Hunter

1.6 CF

$509

Outfitter

2.5 CF

$565

Yukon

3.45 CF

$609

Colorado

Cylinder

Spruce

1.6 CF

$447

Timberline

2.5 CF

$495

Alpine

3.3 CF

$542

Cabela's

Colorado

Cylinder

Timberline

2.5 CF

$649

Kodiak

Colorado

Cylinder

Spruce

1.6 CF

$498

Kodiak

Cylinder

Hunter

1.6 CF

$469

Kwik Kamp

Blaze

2.49 CF

$740

Inferno

3.3 CF

$775

Four Dog

Four Dog DX

2.47 CF

$565

 FREQUENTLY ASKED QUESTIONS

 

WHAT SIZE OF PORTABLE WOOD BURNING STOVE  FOR TENTS SHOULD I PURCHASE WHEN CAMPING? 

 

1. Tent Size and Heating Capacity: Consider the size of your canvas tent. The stove's heating capacity should match the tent's size to provide sufficient warmth. Check the stove's specifications for the recommended tent size. 

 

2. Stove Size and Weight: Choose a stove for a tent that fits comfortably inside your tent without taking up too much space. Additionally, consider the weight, especially if you need to move campsites often. All tent stoves designed specifically for tents are considered portable.  Weight can range from 20 lbs to 100 lbs. Naturally, the most portable are the stoves that weigh the least.

 

3. Material and Durability: Opt for a stove made from durable materials such as rolled steel.  Thin sheet metal 20 gauge is often the metal used for portable wood stoves as it is lightweight. The stove should withstand the heat generated by the fire and withstand outdoor conditions. Lightweight portable wood stoves are not as durable as the thicker metal stove.  The deciding factor is how critical the portable stove weight is that determines the steel gauge used in stoves.

 

4. Ventilation and Draft Control: Look for a stove with adjustable vents or draft control to regulate airflow. This feature allows you to control the intensity of the fire and maintain a comfortable temperature inside the tent.  Air intake on door and stove damper should be a requirement for any stove you purchase. 

 

5. Safety Features: Ensure the stove has safety features, including a spark arrestor on the stovepipe to prevent sparks from escaping. Safety is crucial when using a wood stove inside a canvas tent. Sparks can land on a tent roof and burn holes. 

 

6. Chimney Compatibility: Check that the stove's chimney is tall enough to safely vent smoke away from the tent. Some stoves offer extensions or adjustable chimneys to accommodate different tent heights. 

 

7. Ease of Assembly: Choose a stove that is easy to set up and take down. Quick assembly and disassembly are essential for convenience, especially in outdoor conditions.  All stove parts should fit inside the firebox.

 

8. Stability: Evaluate the stability of the stove, especially if it will be placed on uneven ground. Sturdy and adjustable legs contribute to stability.

 

9. Cooking Features: If you plan to cook on the stove, consider models with a flat top or a dedicated cooking surface. Check the size and design of the cooking area to meet your culinary needs.

 

 WHAT IS THE BEST WAY TO LEVEL MY PORTABLE WOOD STOVE ON UNEVEN GROUND?

 

Often during camping not in campgrounds the ground is not level. Some stoves have adjustable screw in legs that have about 1 inch adjustment.  A 1 inch adjustment may not be sufficient.  Use a shovel to dig out stove legs to level stoves as necessary.  Another method is to use 6 x 6 pieces of plywood to place under any stove leg that is not touching the ground.  Leveling a stove is critical for cooking and boiling water to avoid any issues.  

 

DO STATE PARKS AND FEDERAL CAMPGROUNDS HAVE ANY RESTRICTIONS ON PORTABLE WOOD BURNING STOVES?

 

Some federal and state campgrounds require a spark arrestor at all times during use.  Other campgrounds require the spark arrestor only during high danger fire conditions.  If there is extreme fire danger use of a wood stove can be prohibited. 

All stoves sold by Wall Tent Shop have a spark arrestor,

 

HOW DO I CONTROL THE PORTABLE WOOD STOVE BURNS?

 

Amount of wood in a stove and air input determines how hot a stove burns and for how long. Portable wood stoves have an air intake on the door that regulates air input.  Air input determines how hot and how long a fire burns.  More air allows the stove to burn very hot but for a shorter period of time.  It is best to practice regulating the door air intake at home to determine the correct air intake before going camping.  At night minimum air input is required as your sleeping bag will help keep you warm. Allowing too much air intake will cause your stove and stove pipe to turn red hot.  Immediately close your air intake completely if this occurs.  When your portable wood stove turns red hot the stove will warp and sometimes the door will not close properly. Practice at home and you should have minimum issues adjusting the air intake during camping.

 

All portable wood stoves for tents offered by Wall Tent Shop have both a damper and door air intake adjustment.

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