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PORTABLE WOOD STOVES
Click PORTABLE WOOD STOVE to view all 35 models to meet any stove requirement.
Portable wood stoves for sale include heavy and lightweight models. Heavy portable wood burning stoves are recommended for strength and durability.
Portable wood stoves listed below are all collapsible stoves. Collapsible portable wood stoves are at bottom of page.
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 portable wood camping stove . The Riley colt and larger stoves have double side walls making it more durable.
If you are searching for a heavy portable wood stove that does not collapse, click heavy portable wood stoves. We have 6 wood camping stove brands available.
The heavy camping wood stoves can also be used as a portable wood camping stove. Weights vary from 50-80 pounds depending on their size. One person can handle the heaviest stove but it can be difficult. Two people carrying a heavy portable wood stove for a camping or hunting trip is no problem. The heavy wood camping stoves are commonly used at trailheads.
If you are searching for a portable pellet stove, click tent pellet stove.
I recommend you read our portable camping wood stove info guide that explains standard features and options on all our portable wood stoves.
Portable wood camping stoves generally include every type of stove that can be used in a tent. These tent stoves all can be transported by 1 or 2 people.
Collapsible stoves are not airtight by their design. As the collapsible stove are used these stoves become less airtight as the metal "moves" during heat. The sliding metal parts just don't fit together as tightly after extended use.
Collapsible stoves saves space compared to a non collapsible stove. However, remember the stove pipe does not fit inside the collapsible stove.
Portable wood burning stoves are generally best for extended camping trips in comparison to propane stoves. Normally, wood is readily available. If using a propane stove insure all fittings are tight and tested by using soapy water as any propane leaks will show as bubbles. Unfortunately, some campers do not check for stove propane leaks and every year there are major problems.