Coming to Aldi: Adventuridge Single-Use Portable Campfire 2-Pack

Last Updated on July 9, 2023

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Camping is my happy place. There’s something about being off the grid, pitching a tent on a tiny parcel of campground that’s my own, and looking with satisfaction at the small living space that we’ve created. Camping is work, but it’s work I enjoy, and it’s something I’d like to keep doing as long as my body will let me.

Life, though, doesn’t always allow the time to go camping. So it’s always fun when I can bring slices of the camping experience to my home, such as putting a fire ring in the backyard.

This year, Aldi introduced something I hadn’t seen the grocer sell before: a portable campfire. Portable campfires are tiny little things, often in metal tins. You simply light the starters inside and in short order you’ll have a self-contained fire. When you’re done, you just need to put the lid back on to extinguish the fire.

This is no bonfire — it’s a lot smaller than that — so don’t expect it to do much more than roast a single marshmallow at a time. On the other hand, it can be set up in a lot of places where you could never put a fire ring or fire pit. It might also have value if you were camping in a remote area where building a large fire was either difficult or potentially dangerous.

What We Know:

Adventuridge Single-Use Portable Campfire 2-Pack

The Adventuridge Single-Use Portable Campfire 2-Pack (Product Code: 706324) is an Aldi Find, which means it’s only in stores for a short time. Once it’s sold out, you won’t be able to find it in stores anymore. Aldi doesn’t ship products online, so if you can’t find it on your shelves, you’re out of luck.

At the time of this post, the 2-pack costs $14.99. That’s less than anything I can find on Amazon.

According to Aldi, features include:

  • A burn time of up to 4 hours
  • 14.5 oz. weight for each
  • Great for roasting marshmallows
  • Easy to light and extinguish

What We Don’t Know:

We haven’t tried out this particular portable campfire yet, although we will test and review it if we can get our hands on one. In the meantime, we don’t know how easily it lights, how large the flame is, how long the fire lasts, or how easily it cleans up afterward. That’s why we created this open thread for users to share their experiences.

Do you have experience with these portable campfires? Let us know in the comments.

About Joshua

Joshua is the Co-founder of Aldi Reviewer. He is also a writer and novelist. You can learn more about him at


  1. This was not available in my Sayre, PA store. Lots of items on the same flyer as this was advertised were not in the store. Very disappointing. When I ask the staff (not friendly at all); don’t have a clue what is in the store or what is NOT in the store. This is disturbing since the stock in the store is very limited and the staff should then know what is in the store to begin with. Huge turnover in staff in that store as well.

  2. Kelli kiekhafer

    Where are the wicks. Can’t get it to light

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