a fire, not bigger than 1 m in height and 1 m in diameter, built for the purpose of cooking or providing warmth.
A place to enjoy the company of family and friends and cook hot dogs and s'mores, if the fire can be lighted before everyone loses interest in such camaraderie.
an outdoor fire
a small outdoor fire for warmth or cooking (as at a camp)
a fire for cooking, warmth or ceremonial purposes
a fire lit at a campsite , usually in a fire ring
a fire which is used for cooking, personal warmth, lighting, ceremonial or esthetic purposes that is not within a building, mobile home or living accommodations mounted on a motor vehicle
a fun part of recreation, but not a toy for kids
a good place to sing and tell stories
a small outdoor cooking fire
A gathering of Scouts, usually around a fire, to have fun by singing, acting, telling jokes, and hearing stories. Campfires usually end with a Scouter's Five.
As used to classify the cause of a wildland fire, a fire that was started for cooking or warming that spreads sufficiently from its source to require action by a fire control agency.
Made of small dead wood with a flame of about 24” in height, usually everyone can sit about five feet from it. Opposite of signal fire.