Make Your Own Fire Pit Using Concrete Tree Rings


| 7/5/2013 12:00:00 PM


Tags: DIY backyard projects, Instructables, fire pit,

This article was originally posted in Instructables and is reposted with permission from Dewey Lindstrom. 

We recently moved from the remote North Woods of Wisconsin where large lakeside fire pits were simply dug into the ground and lined with large rocks, creating great campfires.  We now live in a residential neighborhood in the Central Valley of California. Campfires here are confined to well-defined containment systems and small controlled fires. These can be easily extinguished with no sparks or embers and can continue to burn or blow into neighboring combustibles when left unattended. fire pit 1

Even with these restrictions, our family still loves to sit around an evening fire.   But we didn’t want to spend a small fortune on a pre-manufactured fire pit or a contractor-built unit.   We were also not sure where we might want the pit permanently located.  So, we needed something we could take down and move to a different spot without a lot of trouble or expense.


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scott
7/22/2015 12:09:54 PM

Haven't been able to find the 14" rings at Lowes or Home Depot. Anyone know of another source?


gerald
7/28/2014 9:08:39 AM

what size are the tree rings for the 14 inch inside diameter concrete tree ring and the 24 inch ?


cheryl
7/23/2014 11:46:21 PM

home depot dos not carry these rings any more where else might we find them




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