Outdoor Gas Fire Pits

6 products

Propane & Liquified Petrolium (LP) Gas Provide Fire Without The Wood Smell

Clean Burning Natural Gas, LP & Propane Fire Pits for Outdoor Spaces

If you want a gorgeous outdoor fire without the hassle and mess of dealing with logs and ash, then browse our large assortment of artistic fire pits. Outdoor propane and natural gas items offer an alternative to wood-burning pits and are often sought after. The small models are more transportable, portable and offer increased flexibility, making them a popular pick for those who want to bring their eternal flame on the go. You will also find many larger table styles that are perfect for the patio and even to double as a table!

Many models are available for the perfect combination of warmth and artistic beauty. We have cauldron styles with decorative mantels, Globe designs, tables and other stunning sculptures that are hand-crafted by master artisans. Every propane and natural gas outdoor product we sell is constructed from tough materials such as carbon steel, cast aluminum, granite and marble that also look stunning.

Natural bowls available from Serenity Health include the Kokopelli style by Fire Pit Art, a durable steel design hand-crafted in the Tennessee Ozarks; the Manta Ray unit designed by Rick Wittrig and featuring four points which recall the triangular, horn-shaped wings of a manta ray; the Third Rock style made of heavy-duty mild carbon steel and designed to highlight the beauty of this planet; and the Saturn unit with a 120K BTU brass crossfire burner and a choice between match-lit or electronic ignition, and propane or natural gas.

This is an excellent alternative to wood-burning models for areas that have burning restrictions or in locations that wood burning pits are not practical. You will fall in love with the unique artistic  bowls that have fuel options as well. Pay less for these products with our price-match guarantee! 

LP Gas/Propane vs. Natural Gas Fire Pits

Gas units can be installed outdoors using existing lines, or they can use propane tanks. Propane styles are more portable and can easily be moved wherever needed. For safety reasons, an outdoor design that uses natural gas should be installed by a licensed contractor who has the skills and knowledge to work with your lines. If you have a portable unit, consult with a professional technician about how best to transport and set it up.

Gas Fire Pit Safety

Every gas fire pit has a BTU rating and smaller ratings generally mean a safer blaze, which is especially desirable if you live in a windy area or if children play near the fire. Safety is the most important priority, so don’t cut corners in order to have a cheaper installation process. Professional installation is RECOMMENDED. You will also want to check with local authorities to make sure your pit is up to code.

Check out the fire glass that looks great and is perfect for gas and propane fire pits. Also, see our guide for keeping your investment looking and working great.


Forgot your password?

Don't have an account yet?
Create account