Fire Pit Tables


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A fire pit table combines the functionality of a patio table with the warmth and ambiance of a fire pit. It features a built-in fire pit in the center, surrounded by a table surface for placing drinks, snacks, or other items. This versatile design offers a stylish and practical solution for outdoor gatherings, unlike traditional fire pits, which typically lack table surfaces.

Most all fire pit tables are designed with safety features, such as a heat shield or barrier, that make them suitable for use on wooden decks or other combustible surfaces. Anything we offer on site is safe unless otherwise noted on the product page.

Yes, fire pit tables are available in various sizes, shapes, and styles to accommodate different outdoor spaces and design preferences. The most common shapes include round, square, and rectangular fire pit tables and we offer them in popular sizes which typically fall between 36 and 72 inches. Any fire pit table design from The Outdoor Plus can also be made custom to your exact measurements. Reach out to us at

Fire pit tables typically use either natural gas or propane as fuel sources. Each option has its advantages and disadvantages, depending on your outdoor space, accessibility, and personal preferences.

Fire pit tables generally require minimal maintenance and are easy to clean. Regularly inspect and clean the burner, fire media, and table surface to ensure optimal performance and safety. Always follow the manufacturer's guidelines for proper maintenance and cleaning procedures.

While some fire pit tables may be suitable for cooking, it's essential to consult the manufacturer's guidelines to determine if your specific table is designed for this purpose. If cooking is allowed, use the appropriate accessories, such as a grill grate, to ensure safe and enjoyable outdoor cooking experiences.

Fire pit tables can be filled with various fire media, such as lava rocks, fire glass, or ceramic logs, to enhance the overall appearance and ambiance. The choice of fire media depends on your personal style and the desired look for your outdoor space.