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Best RV Wood Stoves 2024

    Updated January 2, 2024

    Dickinson Newport Propane Direct Vent Heater

    Dickinson Marine Newport P12000 Propane Fireplace
    • Dimensions: 7.25" (D) x 10" (W) x 16" (H), Mounting Backplate: 9.875" (W) x 0.650" (D) x 23" (H)

    The Dickson Marine Propane Fireplace isn’t exactly a wood burning stove, but it’s a popular heater for RV and truck riders so we thought we might as well include that. The stove creates soft blue flames that mimic the look and feel of a fire, but without the smoke and sizzle of wood. This fireplace is less than 6 inches deep and weighs only 26 pounds. For such a small unit, its 5500 to 7500 BTU heat output is pretty incredible. This small propane stove is designed for marine life and claims to be unaffected by movement, winds, or weather conditions. The body is made of rust-resistant stainless steel, which isn’t as durable as cast iron, but at 26 pounds, this unit is ideal for the boat or truck dweller, and it comes with a one-year manufacturer’s warranty.

    Kimberly Wood Stove

    The story of Kimberly is based on the story of an inspiring father who spread his peacock family to a boat with more peculiarities than the long-awaited Gran Recession. Need for a peacock to learn that there is not much to eat and a saliva of humo mínima with a time of combustion more prolonged. Nevertheless, create an innovative camera combining two items to keep up with everything that you need, with an increasingly efficient and easy way out. If you can support the need for this unity, it is an incremental inversion. It also includes an expert installation and all the necessary material (tuberculosis of the grip) with its compress, which makes the brand even more translucent.

    England’s Stove Works Survivor

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    With a cooking area of 168 square inches, the England Stove Works Survivor outperforms practically all other models of its size in terms of cookability. So, if you plan on doing a lot of cooking with your RV wood fire, this might be the way to go.

    The heavy-duty American steel reduces the weight to a reasonable 45 pounds. This RV wood stove does not have a viewing window, which is perhaps a more superficial consideration.

    This exclusion probably permits the fire to heat more efficiently, but many RV wood-burning stove fans wouldn’t contemplate an alternative without the dancing flames and warm firelight provided by a window.