So camping season is upon us, and one of the loveliest things we've got to look forward to is a bit of outdoor cooking. For those of you with families, or anyone who enjoys the great facilities and community spirit offered by campsites, you may be wondering whether using your stove on a public campsite is allowed. We're here to tell you that it is!
The lovely folks over at Get Out With The Kids have done a little recon for us and asked lots of campsites what they thought about people using the Horizon stove on campsites. We couldn’t be more pleased with the responses – 100% of campsite owners asked were perfectly happy to have the Horizon stove used on-site.
Remember: it's always best to sit your Horizon on a flat stony surface or path if possible for extra protection, especially as embers can sometimes fall out of the front when refuelling.
Here are some of the responses:
Looks great. At least it won’t burn the grass!
It looks like a really good device.
We would have no concerns at all, so long as people do not burn our grass or other people’s tents, we are happy.
Looks great – I’d be fine with that.
Can’t see any probs except it burns very little wood, so my wood sales would go down!
So you can rest assured that when you take your trusty Horizon with you to your favourite campsite, you shouldn’t have any problems. As it’s smokeless, you won’t bother other campers if they’re camped nearby – so they’re more likely to share their marshmallows with you!