How To Make A Campfire In Your Backyard. You can tell ghost stories, sing campfire songs and cook hot dogs and baked potatoes while sitting around a bonfire. In some areas, severe dry periods can cause campfires to be prohibited even in campgrounds.
Backyard camping can also be planned for a themed birthday party, a play date or as an inexpensive way to enjoy weekend family time. I wanted my backyard campfire to look like something you'd stumble upon in a state park — rugged, crude, and functional. Revamp your backyard with these five how to:
Follow these steps to have a safe and fun time.
How To Make A Campfire In Your Backyard. If you're on grass, carefully dig out a piece of turf the size of the fire you want, and place rocks around the edge to stop the fire spreading. Stack bricks or logs at the side that you will rest your grill on later. In some areas, severe dry periods can cause campfires to be prohibited even in campgrounds. Spread gravel beneath your fire pit to create a barrier between it and add some classic lawn games, like cornhole, to your backyard and your house will suddenly become the most popular summer hangout in the.