Solo Stove & Pot Give Away-Extended

The Solo Camp Stove Give away has been extended until Thursday, 12/11/14.  We have sweetened the “Pot” as that will be added to the give away.  Simply head over to Fun Camp Stoves fan page and click on the “Win” tab.  Follow the steps that follow.  The winner will be notified by email.  Hurry time […]

KLGR Home Show in Redwood Falls, MN

Make plans to attend the KLGR Home Show in Redwood Falls, MN where Fun Camp Stoves will display and feature many great camp stoves, grills, cookware and more! The 29th annual KLGR Home Show will be held March 17 and 18, 2012 at the Redwood Area Community Center Arena in Redwood Falls. Hours will be […]

Minnesota State Parks- Summer Fun for the Family

Here in Minnesota our state park system has great resources for family fun throughout the year.  All you need to do is simply log in to your computer and pull up the Minnesota Department of Natural Resources website.  Once you are there click on (summer) activities guide.  Poof, it is magic and you will see […]

Review: Bleuet Pocket Stove w/6 fuel cubes

Are you looking for a very lightweight stove for backpacking?  The Bleuet Pocket Stove would be fantastic for backpacking, but as an emergency backup from another stove you may have with you on the trail. In fact, this little guy weighs in at about 3.25 ounces or 92 grams and fits nicely in a shirt […]

Camp Stoves- Maintenance Tips for Better Performance

Are your camping days done because the cold weather is here?  Maybe you’re a fair weather camper.  If so don’t forget to check your camp stove for cleaning and repair before storage or before each trip.  Here are some tips to help you complete that task: Multi-Fuel Stoves Always remove excess fuel from the stove […]

Camping Gear Simple Maintenance

We have had an exceptional fall run on weather here in Minnesota.  So much I was able to extend my camping adventures into the beginning weekends of October.  It has been enjoyable to continue something I love and share in the outdoor experiences.   You might say I am a fair weather camper and only have […]

JACCARD Home N’ Away Stove

This portable stove is a single burner stove that runs on butane.  I like this stove because it’s wonderful to have on hand for an extra burner at a family gathering or for emergency purposes.  It comes with its own carrying case for easy storage or transportation. Also, you should be able to purchase the […]

Make Plans for Camping in 2012

If you plan to camp this summer at your favorite campgrounds now is the time to plan.  To plan now most likely will guarantee your reservations especially if it happens to be a holiday weekend.  You may use website to reserve your spot 6 months out from the day you plan to camp at […]

Diamond Plate 4 Burner “Tuff” Stove

This camp stove has 4 burners that put out 15,000 British Thermal Units (BTU) with easy access to clean each grate area.  Also, very rugged and can easily have four large pots cooking at once. Moreover, this camp stove can be your back up cooking appliance in emergency situations.  Another thought would be cooking at […]

Spontaneous Road Trip – Camping, Geocaching, and Fall Foliage the goal

First weekend in October, I decided to take a road trip. I wanted to camp and combine geocaching and seeing the fall colors as my goal. Fortunately, my camping equipment recently cleaned and was ready to be stored for the winter, was accessible and packed in the car for a road trip. I wanted to […]